Ariana Grande China TourAriana Grande will be making her Shanghai debut in the midst of a few China dates, bringing her "Dangerous Woman" world tour to this city on August 28 at Mercedes Benz Arena. The music and show represents a more "mature" direction for Grande, cementing her status as a self-assured R&B pop diva. The Nickelodeon-turned-every thing else pop star was recently the focus of the world's attention for a tragic terrorist attack on her Manchester concert which left 23 dead. Grande took time out from her ongoing tour to host an emotional benefit concert in June in the UK city to support the victims of the terrible event. One Love Manchester also saw performances by Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and more. Grande subsequently resumed her tour and is scheduled for a Shanghai performance on August 28.
Ariana Grande China Tour
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