All of those who were at Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman" tour on the night of the very bad attack have been promised free tickets to the show.
The concert will take place on Sunday at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground near Manchester Arena, with proceeds going to the Red Cross Manchester Emergency Fund. Unfortunately, some who bought tickets to the show are now trying to sell those tickets on eBay, Perez Hilton reports.
Councillor Sue Murphy said the money would be "distributed to those who need it, and when they need it most".
Ticketmaster said in a statement on their Twitter account: "We're working hard to get tickets direct to fans".
A spokesperson for Ticketmaster said: "We have set aside tickets for the 14,200 people who were at the Ariana Grande concert to attend One Love Manchester for free".
Michael Dugher, chief executive of industry body UK Music, praised the efforts to clamp down on touting. Two of those people have been released without charges.
"We welcome the efforts of site operators to clamp down on resales and we would urge people to think twice about buying any tickets through social media or from touts outside the event on the night". Ariana will be joined by a host of famous friends; including Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Take That, Niall Horan and Black Eyed Peas, at the benefit concert for the 22 people killed and over 50 injured in the terrorist attack at her concert on May 22.
Ticketmaster is also doing all they can to make sure the free tickets get into the right hands - they extended registration to make sure that happens.
About 45,000 tickets were snapped up in a matter of minutes after they went on sale at 10am on Thursday (June 1st).
One Love Manchester is predicted to raise over £2 million, and begins at 7:15pm on Sunday (June 4th) for those watching or listening at home.
On Thursday morning, general sale tickets for the all-star benefit concert sold out in less than 20 minutes.
Lots of people clearly want to help the victims of last week's attack at pop singer Ariana Grande's Manchester, England concert.
They confirmed secondary ticket sites such as Viagogo had agreed not to resell tickets for the benefit concert on their websites.