Manchester Memorial Crowd Honors Concert Explosion Victims in Song (VIDEO)
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Manchester Memorial Crowd Honors Concert Explosion Victims in Song (VIDEO)

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The crowd attending the Manchester bombing memorial just honored the fallen victims not with silence, but with music.

The footage will give you chills.

 

 

The May 22 Ariana Grande concert had a terrifying ending, resulting in the deaths of 22 concert-goers and another 50 injuries due to a malicious explosion.

 

The music community has been distraught over the events, expressing solidarity with the 23-year-old singer and the friends and family of the victims.

 

Earlier today, a memorial was held at St. Ann’s Square in Manchester to honor the victims.

 

The crowd was supposed to participate in a moment of silence — but they had other ideas.

 

A woman identified as Lydia Bernsmeier-Rullow couldn’t help herself, and as soon as the crowd got quiet she began to sing.

 

She chose the song “Don’t Look Back in Anger” by Oasis — a band that hails from the Manchester area.

 

Shortly after the woman began to sing, the rest of the crowd joined in.

 

"We can’t be looking backwards to what happened, we have to look forwards to the future, “ said Lydia, per TMZ.

 

“We’re all gonna get on with it, because that’s what Manchester does."

 

Our hearts go out to all those affected by this terrible tragedy.