Ariana Grande One Love Manchester Concert: How to watch benefit show online

Ariana Grande One Love Manchester Concert: How to watch benefit show online
Crowds gather for a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, England, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the day after the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead as it ended on Monday night.
Source: Emilio Morenatti/AP
Crowds gather for a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, England, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the day after the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead as it ended on Monday night.
Source: Emilio Morenatti/AP

On Sunday, singer Ariana Grande will take to the stage in Manchester once again to honor the victims of the terrorist attack at her Manchester Arena performance with a star-studded benefit concert.

The One Love Manchester concert will take place at Emirates Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, which has a capacity of 50,000. In addition to Grande, the current line-up for the concert includes Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Robbie Williams, Coldplay, Pharrell, Usher, Miley Cyrus and One Direction's Niall Horan.

Though tickets to the high-profile concert sold out in 20 minutes, those hoping to watch the event are still in luck. Online viewers can watch the concert through several different live stream feeds, which will be available through YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and MTV.com.

The online broadcasts will start at 7:00 p.m. British Summer Time (2:00 p.m. Eastern), and the concert is expected to last for three hours, according to the BBC.

In addition to the online feeds, viewers can also catch the concert on TV, where it will be broadcast in the U.S. on ABC and Freeform. Viewers in the U.K. can watch the concert live on BBC One or online through BBC iPlayer.

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Proceeds from the event will be donated to the victims and their families through We Love Manchester emergency fund, the BBC reported. Supporters can also donate to the charity fund directly through the British Red Cross website.

In the wake of the terrorist attack in London on Saturday night, music executive Scooter Braun said on Twitter that Sunday's concert "will not only continue, but will do so with greater purpose."

"After the events last night in London, and those in Manchester just two weeks ago, we feel a sense of responsibility to honor those lost, injured, and affected," Braun wrote. "We plan to honor them with courage, bravery, and defiance in the face of fear."