Manchester is marking two years since a terror attack at the city's Arena which killed 22 people.
It will be a more intimate programme of events compared with last year - here's what's taking place:
A private civic memorial service is being held at St Ann’s church. The families of those killed, people who were injured, and representatives from first responders are being invited to attend.
Many public services across Manchester are planning to take part in a minute's silence, including Manchester Piccadilly station.
Bells will ring out from Manchester Town Hall, Manchester Cathedral, The Hidden Gem Church and St Ann’s Church for one minute.
Manchester Cathedral will also be open throughout the day for people to "spend some time in quiet reflection and prayer" - the city council said.
There will be opportunities to light a candle and spend time remembering those who died, those still suffering physically and mentally and everyone affected by the attack.
Plans are also underway for a permanent memorial in the city centre, close to the Arena and the Cathedral.