Welcome back, Ariana.
It’s been an emotional few weeks since the Manchester attack at Ariana Grande’s concert on May 22, in which a solo bomber set off an explosion killing 22 people and injuring many more.
In the immediate aftermath, Grande understandably cancelled part of her Dangerous Woman Tour to assumedly regroup and take care of herself, but not before she planned an incredible benefit concert that aired this past Sunday.
Danny Lawson for One Love Manchester – WPA Pool/Getty Images
On June 4, Grande was joined by Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and more to perform at the One Love Manchester concert designed to raise money for and honor victims of the attack, creating a truly moving night to remember.
Now, it looks like she is officially back on stage.
Elite Daily reached out to Ariana’s reps for confirmation on resuming her tour, but did not hear back by time of publication.
However, Grande’s website still shows she will be performing in Paris on Wednesday, June 7.
There was also this announcement made on Twitter yesterday.

Tomorrow: @ArianaGrande resumes her tour in Paris
— AP Planner (@AP_Planner) June 6, 2017

And of course, fans are losing it. Many are commenting on Ariana’s strength and bravery during this difficult time.

Is @ArianaGrande back on tour now if so please show her the love she deserves shes so strong and loves us all and we should give love back
— Sophie.supports ari (@saville_sophie) June 6, 2017

@ArianaGrande i can’t believe you are back on tour. your strength & bravery inspire us so much. thank you for being an incredible human.
— shahira (@SYKSBUTERA) June 7, 2017

baaaaby you’re back on tour tonight oh god i’m so excited. i love u @ArianaGrande
— ㅤ (@whydtry) June 7, 2017

@ArianaGrande hope you have fun in paris tonight back on dw tour, love u so much, please stay safe ❤️ xxxx
— gab (@gabpurpose) June 7, 2017

It could be the love, support, and outpour of positivity generated by One Love Manchester that helped motivate and encourage Ariana Grande to get back on stage.
When the evening was all said and done, Ariana effectively raised around 12.5 million dollars with the British Red Cross and Manchester City Council.


Now, it looks like you can catch her on tour beginning this evening in Paris, performing throughout Europe during the month of June and all over the world, wrapping Dangerous Woman this September in Asia.
The schedule is extensive, and we hope Ariana takes care of herself throughout her travels.
As she posted on Twitter,
Music is meant to heal us, to bring us together and make us happy.
So that is what it will continue to do for us.
We will continue in honor of the ones we lost, their loved ones, my fans and all affected by this tragedy.
Best of luck, Ariana!
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Ariana Grande Is Back On Tour After Manchester Attack And Fans Are Pumped

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