Touring company Live Nation has confirmed that Ariana Grande‘s planned 2017 Australian tour will go ahead, after the singer’s scheduled trip down under was left up in the air following a suicide bomb attack at her recent show in Manchester, which led to reports that Grande would suspend her world tour.
In a statement, Live Nation says, “‘The Dangerous Woman Tour’ by Ariana Grande is scheduled to start up again on June 7th in Paris.
“After the conclusion of the European tour, the tour will continue to South America, Central America, Mexico, Asia, Australia & New Zealand as currently scheduled.”
Grande is set to perform in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this September, in support of her third studio album Dangerous Woman.
She’s also scheduled to return to Manchester in the coming days for a huge benefit concert in Manchester, which will also reportedly include performances by the likes of Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry.