This weekend, Ariana Grande will return to the city of Manchester, England to host a benefit concert to honor the victims and families of the terror attack that took place on May 22. And she’ll be joined by some of the biggest names in music for the show, including Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, and Justin Bieber.
Unsurprisingly, tickets to the event sold out immediately—as in, six minutes—but you don’t need a flight to the U.K. to show your support: You can still watch the concert live from the comfort of your couch on Sunday, June 4.
According to Variety, BBC Worldwide is coordinating with broadcasters to make the concert available internationally. So far, at least 38 countries will be participating. In the United States, the event will air live on Freeform at 2 P.M. ET, with a one-hour highlights show then going out on ABC after the NBA finals.
“This Sunday, when Ariana Grande and her friends return to the stage, the world will stand united with families in Manchester and across the United Kingdom,” said Ben Sherwood, the president of Disney ABC Television Group, said in a statement. “ABC and Freeform look forward to sharing the music community’s message of love, hope, and resilience.”
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