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A few days ago, Manchester became the victim of an ISIS-claimed terror attack that took the lives of at least 22, injuring another 50. The attack targeted an Ariana Grande concert, with majority of the causalities being teenagers. In light of the vile attack, the city of Manchester rallied together, with different communities uniting to aid the authorities in disaster relief and rehabilitation services. Support is pouring in from all over the world, and now Ariana Grande is planning to return to the scene to help contribute to mending Manchester.
Sharing a lengthy, heartfelt statement on her Twitter page, the pop star announced that she plans to return to Manchester in the near future for a benefit concert and to spend time with the families of those affected. Read the full statement below:
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017
While further details are awaited, it is heartwarming to see the entire global community come together in a show of resilience and solidarity.
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The bombing that took place this week in Manchester was a brutal attack of violence towards the music industry as a whole. Attacking and murdering young fans during what should have been one of the most special moments of their lives. It was despicable and the gravity of the attack shook the entire music scene
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A notice issued to venues reads as follows:
“Due to enhanced security procedures, no bags or backpacks will be permitted into the venue except for small personal bags or purses (12″x12″x6″ max) or clear 1 gallon bags. All bags will be subject to a search. We encourage you to not bring in any bag whatsoever and make use of the express ‘no bag’ lanes.”
The statement was originally posted on Sasquatch Music Festival’s Facebook wall, but it has since been hidden. The extent of the new guidelines and how they will affect individual festivals has yet to be seen.
View the full notice below:
Featured image via Live Nation.
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Explosions rocked Manchester Arena at following Ariana Grande’s performance late last night in a tragic turn that made many music lovers’ worst nightmare a reality. As of publication, 22 have been proclaimed dead with dozens more are injured after the apparent suicide bombing. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility, and a 23 year old has been arrested in connection to the attack.
The Manchester bombing hits close to home for the music community as we are reminded that even attending a concert, which is supposed to be an escape, puts people at risk at our current day and age.
Grande took to Twitter to express her devastation shortly after the bombing.
Fellow artists such as Dillon Francis and Martin Garrix are taking to social media to show support for Grande and attendees. Dillon Francis has even promised to pledge money to relief funds following the incident.
Markus Schulz, whose upcoming project “The Nine Skies” was in part inspired by terrorism, also took to Twitter to express his disbelief and condolences.
Touched especially by all those queuing up to give blood. Manchester has truly shown what a strong and compassionate place it is. #LoveWins
— Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) May 23, 2017
While I am still reeling after last night’s atrocity, I keep hearing of extraordinary acts of kindness and bravery in Manchester. #LoveWins
— Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) May 23, 2017
Just woke up and heard about the Manchester attack, absolutely no words my thoughts are with all victims and their families #Manchester
— Nicky Romero (@nickyromero) May 23, 2017
So sad about what happened in Manchester, my thoughts go out to everyone.
— Hardwell (@HARDWELL) May 23, 2017
— Boys Noize (@boysnoize) May 23, 2017
can’t stop thinking about Manchester. heartbreaking.
— Nina Las Vegas صحراء (@ninalasvegas) May 23, 2017
Can’t believe what happened in #Manchester. So sad! My thoughts are with all the victims and their families
— David Guetta (@davidguetta) May 23, 2017
Horrible news about Manchester – my heart goes out to to you my friends. https://t.co/j3OwV45tLh
— Axwell (@Axwell) May 23, 2017
So awful to hear what happened in Manchester.. sending love to everyone affected by this tragedy.
— Kygo (@KygoMusic) May 23, 2017
— Pete Tong mbe (@petetong) May 23, 2017
Fans and artists alike have come together in a show of strength and hope during this sad time for Manchester victims and the industry as a whole. We are glad that the electronic music scene has banded together to provide such overwhelming support, but devastated that it has come to this.
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