Last night, YurView provided coverage of “Vegas Strong: A Night of Healing”. It was a night for emotional reflection and to provide relief and financial support for victims of the tragic Las Vegas shooting.
Fans started lining up hours before the event. A full house of seven-thousand people filled the New Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, including over 3000 first responders. Many of them wore “Vegas Strong” T-shirts to show their support. It was a magical evening of music and healing, honoring victims, survivors and first responders of the Route 91 tragedy.
Last night was #VEGASSTRONG ???????????? thanks to everyone who came out and watched the livestream to support this great city!! pic.twitter.com/H47clnDdus
— Big & Rich (@bigandrich) October 20, 2017
A star-studded group of musical talent performed throughout the night including Rascal Flatts, Big and Rich, Sierra Black and Cam. There was also a special appearance by national TV and radio host Sean Hannity. The theme of the night was perseverance and being not only strong but “Vegas Strong”.
#VegasStrong @rascalflatts killing it!! pic.twitter.com/g1b2nrr1ju
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) October 20, 2017
A special thank you to all those that donated to the Las Vegas Victims Fund. So far the fund has raised over 11 million dollars with a goal of raising 15 million.
If you are interested in donating, please visit the Go Fund Me campaign run by Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commision Chair. Once again, thanks to everyone who made “Vegas Strong: A Night of Healing” such a successful event.