For a brief but welcome 90 minutes Wednesday, the hospital’s usual sounds were replaced by the sweet, soulful, moving, rocking notes of country music during a concert at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center for staff and patients recovering from the festival shooting.
Assorted musicians gathered Monday night at the Mercy Lounge on Cannery Row for “Nashville Gives Back: A Benefit Concert for Las Vegas.”
Country music star Dierks Bentley visited University Medical Center on Monday, where he played an acoustic set and said he’s “at a total loss for words” over the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
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.
Country singer Jason Aldean visited University Medical Center on Sunday, just one week after the Oct. 1 shooting that claimed the lives of 58 concertgoers and injured hundreds of others at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
The Strip’s newest arena and one of its lavishly appointed theaters will reportedly be the site where Las Vegas entertainers will coalesce to show strength and support following Oct. 1’s mass shooting on the Strip.
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson joined about 150 fans at Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar Grill on West Sahara Avenue Thursday for an auction to support the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation.
Several dozen food providers were preparing thousands of meals per day for more than 30 locations — coordinating through Facebook and a messaging app.
They form a circle on the dance floor, arms on shoulders, cheeks damp. Their friend is gone, but his voice lives.
A number of businesses and organizations have launched fundraisers or are offering free food and/or beverages to first responders and those directly affected by the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.