Ariana Grande confirms shut-down tour after attack in Manchester
The management of singer Ariana Grande has confirmed that her tour has been shut down after the terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester.
On Tuesday, it was already suspected that Grande her tour would be shut down, but there was still nothing officially confirmed.
The management of the singer now confirms to TMZ: “The Dangerous Woman tour by Ariana Grande is shut down so that the situation can investigate further, and the victims can remember.”
Grande’s management has the two concerts in the O2 Arena in London next Thursday and Friday will be cancelled. Also her performances in Antwerp, the Polish Lodz, Frankfurt and Switzerland do not go through. Concert promoter Live Nation said Wednesday that people with tickets for the cancelled concerts their money back.
Tuesday flew the singer and her mother back to her hometown of Boca Raton, where they were met by family and Ariana’s friend Mac Miller.
In the attack remained Grande itself is physically unharmed. On Twitter she wrote “broken”.
Islamic State (IS) demanded Tuesday the attack in the concert hall. In the explosion, just after the end of the concert took place, came 22 people were killed. The victims include many children and teenagers. 59 people were injured.