In Pics - We will never be defeated...One love at Manchester Arena

Members of the public arrive in high spirits wearing One Love Manchester T-shirts. There is tight security with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Members of the public arrive in high spirits wearing One Love Manchester T-shirts. There is tight security with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Women with tickets take selfies infant of security tents at Manchester Arena. Tight security, with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Members of the public arrive wearing Manchester bee T-shirts. There is tight security with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Members of the public arrive wearing Manchester bee T-shirts. There is tight security with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Tight security, with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Tight security, with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

Two girls arrive wearing Ariana Grande T-shirts. Tight security, with police and searches outside Manchester Arena ahead of tonights benefit gig, the first show since the Manchester Bombing.

 

 

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