Ariana Grande's management announced that the pop star's Dangerous Woman World Tour is cancelled through June 5 following the Manchester bombing incident.
In an Instagram post, the statement says they have decided to suspend further shows, including those of London, Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland, to pay respect to the victims of the tragic event. Ariana's group requests to continue praying and supporting those affected. "Our way of life has once again been threatened but we will overcome this together," it continues.
Tour promoter, Live Nation, will offer refunds to all ticketholders of the cancelled shows.
It is with hope that the tour will carry on by June 7 in Paris. Police, meanwhile, have already arrested five suspects in connection to the Manchester attack.