The Los Angles Police Department says they're on alert today following the deadly terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester England.
LAPD officials say they've deployed "appropriate resources," but there have been no credible threats made to the city or its public venues.
Officials are reminding the public that if they see something, to say something.
Mayor Eric Garcetti said the City of L.A. is standing united with Manchester in this time of unthinkable loss.
Chris Brown is scheduled to perform tonight at the Forum in Inglewood where security is expected to be heightened.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for last night's blast that killed 22 people and injured at least 59.