Smith, 42, patted her hand on the letters: “Neysa T.” On either side of her, a brick wall running along Westcliff Drive was adorned with 57 more colorful hearts containing the names of the other men and women killed in Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas.
Thousands filled the Orleans Arena on Thursday for “Vegas Strong: A Night of Healing,” one concert that represented many things: a benefit for those impacted by the Route 91 Harvest tragedy, a communal display of shared grief and joy alike, a show of resilience in the face of the once-unthinkable.
Country star Jason Aldean brought the party back Thursday in his return to the stage following the deadly mass shooting that broke out while he was performing in Las Vegas, but the fun was tempered by the sting of the tragedy.
Star DJs Tiesto, Kaskade, Steve Aoki and more will team up Nov. 7 at Omnia in Caesars Palace for a concert to benefit victims of the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
Vegas does not cower. Vegas rises.
Metro officers embrace community members at a vigil Tuesday at Doolittle Community Center for the victims of the shooting Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
11th Street Records’ Ronald Corso and Punks in Vegas’ Steven Matview are putting together compilation records.
Country music star Eric Church, who headlined the first night of Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Friday, has dedicated the new song “Why Not Me” to victims of Sunday’s shootings at the Village on the Strip.
Zak Bagans, the host of the Travel Channel paranormal series “Ghost Adventurers,” had planned to open his Haunted Museum on Monday afternoon, but delayed a day to swiftly assemble Tuesday’s vigil.
Zak Bagans has delayed the much-anticipated opening of his Haunted Museum at 600 E. Charleston Road, just east of Las Vegas Boulevard, pairing the attraction’s debut with a candlelight vigil set for 7 p.m. today.