Route 91 Survivors Invite Jason Aldean to Finish His Concert
By Dustin Stout
March 7, 2018
Jason Aldean’s set came to a terrifying halt when a gunman opened fire over a crowd of 20,000 last October at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
A group of survivors of what became the worst mass shooting in modern American history have come together to get Jason back to Las Vegas to continue the concert he was never able to finish.
Tiffany Thomas created a Facebook group called “58 Angels 1 Last Set” and invited fellow survivors to send in their Route 91 photos in order to assemble a photo book to invite the country singer back to Vegas.
“It would just be so bonding and so amazing and so emotional and, I think, so healing,” Thomas says.
The organizers of the Facebook group envision the concert would be open to survivors of the shooting, their families as well as the families of the 58 people who died.
According to 13 Action News, a representative for Jason would not officially comment if or when he will return to Las Vegas but adds he is excited to see the book.
In related news, the victims and their family members are set to receive a payout from the Las Vegas Victims' Fund charity, which totals $31.4 million.
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