The world has been suffering from division and discourse, coming apart at the seams of our civilization. Finally, music has come to the rescue in order to bring back a sense of unity, a oneness of purpose and most importantly, love.
In the shadow of disaster from Ariana Grande’s previous concert, this beautiful flower has emerged to touch the world in the deepest and most positive way with voices and faces of Katy Perry, Cold Play, Pharrell Williams and a complete roster of A-list talent with 50,000 people crammed into a Manchester stadium – to fill the world with the sound of love, togetherness and most of all to spread the message of music is the universal language of hope.
Tears, laughter, love, and hugs were had by all.
With the previous nights’ attack on London still palpable in the air, England and the entire world celebrated its love of music and its belief in one world hope. The performances were star-studded and meaningful true statements of love unity and respect for each other, something politicians can’t seem to do which is bring me a simple message into the world we live so let the music rain.
Coldplay rocked it’s anthem tracks without holding anything back and delivering the full power of its message.