On Sunday night the One Love Manchester benefit concert took place with music superstars taking the stage with Ariana GrandeRead the full story ›
Eagle-eyed viewers last night pointed out that Katy Perry's outfit choice had a special meaning for the One Love Manchester gig.
Katy's dress had pictures of the 22 victims printed on it when she performed at Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground.
The 22 people lost their lives during the Manchester Arena suicide bomb attack on the 22nd May.
An officer who was filmed dancing with children at the One Love concert has said his phone hasn't stopped ringing since the clip went viralRead the full story ›
Greater Manchester Police have shared images from the One Love Manchester event on Sunday nightRead the full story ›
Greater Manchester Police have warned that fake wristbands are being sold outside of the One Love Manchester gig.
They have confirmed that these will not allow entry.
Concert goers have been speaking about the sense of solidarity surrounding the gig tonightRead the full story ›
GMP have described the "buzzing" atmosphere on Twitter as people start to arrive for the One Love Manchester benefit gigRead the full story ›
Metrolink are offering free transport to gig goers for the One Love Manchester concert tonightRead the full story ›
The gates are now open for the One Love Manchester concert and Greater Manchester Police are urging people to arrive in plenty of time to allow security searches.
Traffic remains heavy and road closures are in place so Transport for Greater Manchester are suggesting attendees take public transport where possible.
Concert goers are also being asked not to bring any excess bags, and that only bags A5-sized are allowed in the gig.
The line-up for tonight's One Love Manchester benefit concert has been revealed.
Ariana Grande's song "One Last Time" has also been re-released as a benefit single to help those injured in the attack.