The threat follows the May 22 bombing at a Grande performance in Manchester that killed 22 people and injured dozens more.
After briefly suspending her tour for two weeks in May following the Manchester attack, Grande returned to the Dangerous Woman tour in June.
A Colombian man has been arrested for threatening to attack a concert by Ariana Grande, just weeks after the U.S. singer's performance in Manchester was decimated by a terrorist atrocity. It's not clear when he planned to target Ariana's tour, but the singer performed in the city of Alajuela, Costa Rica on Sunday (09Jul17), as scheduled. Thankfully, it seems as though local authorities have tracked down the man in question as a 22-year-old, with the last name Caicedo Lopez, was picked up following a raid on his apartment yesterday.
"The original threat was in the Arabic language and indicated that there could be a situation of danger or an attack at the concert". The pop star has yet to comment on the news but took to Instagram to share her excitement after her weekend gig.
The OIJ's director Walter Espinoza told the Costa Rica Times that they found Lopez by tracking the IP address from the phones he used to make from the posts. She wrote on Twitter: "Saffie, we're (thinking) of you baby". Roussos would have celebrated her ninth birthday on July 4. "Because life will never be the same".