Can't make it to Ariana Grande's One Love concert this Sunday in Manchester, England? You can still watch the show, which benefits the victims of the May 22 Manchester bombing, on TV.
The event, whose lineup includes Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Coldplay and Justin Bieber, will air live on ABC's Freeform cable channel with highlights then going out on ABC stations after the NBA finals, Variety reports.
So far, broadcasters in 38 countries have signed up to air the star-studded concert and more are expected to sign on. In the United Kingdom, BBC will cover it live from 6:55 p.m. to 10 p.m. on BBC One. In Canada, the concert will air on Bell, CTV and Much.
The sold-out concert is being held at Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground, which holds 50,000 people. It's a few miles from the Manchester Arena where a suicide bomber claimed 22 lives and injured dozens more.
In the wake of the attack, Grande canceled her "Dangerous Woman" tour, which now resumes in France next Wednesday.
On May 26, the singer shared a lengthy statement on Twitter in which she said, "We will not quit or operate in fear. We won't let this divide us. We won't let hate win." She called the concert "part of our expression of love for Manchester."