#prayformanchester



On May 21st, thousands of teens were excited to see Ariana Grande the next day at the Manchester Arena. This was probably a first concert for many of her fans. For me, the day before a concert is filled with much excitement and anticipation. On May 22nd, the day of the concert, everything was going well but then something unimaginable happened. Ariana was finishing up Dangerous Woman, her last song, and a bomb went off just outside of the arena. I'm glad Ariana remained safe and unharmed, but she will have to live with the fact that more than 20 of her fans died.

Fans across the world have been getting together and releasing pink balloons in honor of the victims.





Due to Ariana's mental state, she and her crew have cancelled the tour dates up until June 5th. She has apologized many times for something 100% out of her control, and that is something almost all of her fans have a problem with. She does not have to say sorry for something that she didn't cause.

Of the 22 people confirmed dead, many of them were teens my age and older. Ariana has said she will personally pay for all of the funerals. She also promises to come back to Manchester, talk to the victims, and have a benefit concert.
The fact that something like this happened at a concert will not stop me at all from attending more of them. What took place teaches me that anything can happen at anytime and I have to go to concerts while I still can.

Has this event taught you anything?

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