Nashville held Candlelight Vigil for Vegas Shooting Victims
The Country Music Association (CMA) honored victims of the mass shooting attack at a Las Vegas country music festival with a candlelight vigil on Monday night. The CMA partnered with Nashville mayor Megan Barry and the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. More details are forthcoming. CMA took to Twitter to share the news that the vigil was hosted at Ascend Ampitheater at 6PM CT Monday evening. Free parking was offered at Nissan Stadium’s Lot R.
“Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved in the tragic event in Las Vegas, especially the victims, their families and friends, and the fans, artists and crews from our Country community in Vegas,” a press release reads. “This festival brought together people from all backgrounds united in enjoying life through music.”