This past weekend (June 4), Ariana Grande bravely returned to Manchester, England to lead an all-star benefit concert that would honor the 22 fans who were killed just two weeks earlier by an ISIS-affiliated bombing while exiting her show.

And not only did she honor them but, according to the British Red Cross, the ‘One Love Manchester’ concert raised, through donations, more than $3 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund which was created “to support those affected by the attack and their families,” specifically “to support those who have been injured or bereaved.”

The funds raised by the concert brought the total donation amount to nearly $13 million as, prior to the show, the organization had already begun to receive help. (The morning of, it announced it had reached over $9 million.)

The show saw the likes of Pharrell, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Mac Miller, Coldplay, the Black Eyed Peas, and others join Grande in performing for a good cause. See the full show and setlist below.

Begins at the 13:45 mark.

Marcus Mumford – “Timshel”

Take That – “Shine”; “Giants”; “Rule The World”

Robbie Williams – “Strong”; “Angels”

Pharrell – “Get Lucky”; “Happy” (with Miley Cyrus)

Miley Cyrus – “Inspired”

Niall Horan – “Slow Hands”; “This Town”

Ariana Grande – “Be Alright”; “Break Free”

Little Mix – “Wings”

Victoria Monet – “Better Days” (with Ariana Grande)

Black Eyed Peas – “Where Is The Love?” (with Ariana Grande)

Imogen Heap – “Hide and Seek”

Ariana Grande – “My Everything” (with the Parrs Wood High School Choir); “The Way” (with Mac Miller)

Mac Miller – “Dang!”

Ariana Grande – “Don’t Dream It’s Over” (with Miley Cyrus); “Side to Side”

Katy Perry – “Part of Me”; “Roar”

Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself”; “Cold Water”

Ariana Grande – “Love Me Harder”

Coldplay – “Don’t Look Back in Anger” (with Ariana Grande); “Fix You”; “Viva La Vida”; “Something Just Like This”

Liam Gallagher – “Rock n Roll Star”; “Wall of Glass”; “Live Forever”

Ariana Grande – “One Last Time” (with the ‘One Love Manchester’ artists); “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”