Ariana Grande returned to Manchester this weekend only for the second time since the devastating terrorist attack that killed 22 people at her concert in May 2017. thank u, the next singer head to Manchester Pride on Sunday , and admitted that she felt "nervous" and "overwhelmed" by the time she took the stage.
Ariana was greeted with cheers by the fans as she said to the crowd, "I love Manchester so much. Thank you so much for bringing me back" and opened with her song without crying which is the first single which she released after the bombing.
But Ariana's arrival in Manchester left many fans disappointed after hundreds were not released even though there were tickets. Security was understandably strict at the concert, but when no one was allowed to enter the Mayfield depot after 7pm ̵
One fan with the label "unacceptable" is that they were prevented from entering the set. "No warning. Nothing in tickets, email, Twitter or anything. Fans [paid] £ 80 and traveling around the country," writes Seth Mason .
Another person described how they arrived at 3:00 PM, but when they went to the toilet at 8:00 PM, they were not allowed back.
However, the Manchester Pride billboard explicitly states, "Last entry in Manchester Pride live: 7:00 pm."
Not only the attendee entry issues disappointed Pride attendees; others commented on how short the set was The singer was supposed to come at 10.25pm after performances by Tulisa, Pixie Lot and others, and she ended at 11am.
"I just learned that Ariana Grande's set is only 35 minutes tonight, even her it's worth it to continue, " posted one person before the concert.
" The fact that @ManchesterPride has raised so much about her ticket prices because of Ariana and she only makes a 30-minute set * and * they suddenly changed their last record. The time until 7pm (it's 22.25) is another sign of what is becoming a gross money, which is becoming an endeavor , " writes otherwise .
During her performance, Ariana Grande mentions about the tragedy in 2017 that "
" I wanted to take a second to thank you so much for coming to see me tonight. For so many reasons, ”she told the crowd.
 On Monday, May 22, 2017, Ariana Grande undertook her Dangerous Woman World Tour at the Manchester Arena. After the concert, at 10.30pm, 22-year-old Salman Abedi blew a homemade bomb in the lobby as the crowds left. 22 people were killed and many more injured.
In an interview a year after the terrorist attack in the Manchester Arena, Ariana Grande revealed she was left with post-traumatic stress (PTSD) after the bomb. "I don't think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry," she said in a cover interview on British Vogue .
"It's hard to talk because so many people have suffered such a heavy, huge loss, "she added, continuing to say," I feel like I don't even have to talk about my own experience – like I don't even have to say anything. "
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