Grande suspends tour after deadly Manchester attack
NEW YORK: Pop star Ariana Grande on Wednesday suspended her tour until early June at the earliest after a deadly attack on her show in Manchester that left 22 people dead.
“Due to the tragic events in Manchester, the ‘Dangerous Woman’ tour with Ariana Grande has been suspended until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost,” a statement from her management at Universal Music said.
Grande, who has returned to the United States, cancelled shows scheduled for yesterday and Friday at London’s 02 Arena as well as concerts through June 5 in Belgium, Germany, Poland and Switzerland, her management said.
Grande is tentatively scheduled to resume the tour on June 7 at the
Bercy arena in Paris.
A suicide bomber set off the blast moments after the singer left the stage on Monday at the 21,000-capacity