The Rift Tour will feature experiences that pair Ariana Grande's music with elements from "Fortnite", the online game which was launched by US-based Epic Games in 2017.
On May 22, 2017, Libyan-origin suicide bomber Salman Abedi blew himself up outside the arena just as pop artist Ariana Grande's concert was concluding, killing 22 people and injuring hundreds more.
On the fourth anniversary of the tragedy, the 'Stuck With You' songstress shared a heartfelt tribute on social media to express her love for all of the victims and their families.
The "Positions" hitmaker and Gomez, 25, were dating since January 2020 and were social distancing together at her home here amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Gomez at the end headed back to Los Angeles for his job and Grande took a big leap by joining him on the West Coast.
British police said they arrested two more people during raids in connection with the suicide bombing at a Manchester concert.
The family source, asking not to be identified, said intelligence services had arrested Hashem Abedi, who like his older brother Salman was born in Britain.
Armed police raided an address in the modestly well-to-do area earlier on Tuesday, carrying out a controlled explosion to gain entry.
Her mother and sister were injured in the attack claimed by Islamic State, and are being treated at separate hospitals.
We can confirm we have arrested a 23-year-old man in South Manchester, the police said.
Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn said: "Today the whole country will grieve for the people who have lost their lives."
Here is what we know so far about the attack, which was the deadliest in Britain since 2005.
Ariana Grande said she felt at a loss for words after a suspected terror attack at her concert in the British city of Manchester.
There were children among the 22 killed in the attack, while 59 people were injured.