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We Continue to Honor Our 58 and Heroic First Responders, Five Years Later

Hard to believe it's already been 5 years since that tragic day. We continue to honor our 58, the countless other lives affected and the first responders and everyday heroes that saved lives. We continue to heal together as a community. Because together, we are #VegasStrong.

Below you will find a list of events happening in hour community in remembrance, as well as a special podcast episode reflecting on the 5 year anniversary.

First, we honor our 58 souls that didn't make it home that fateful night.
Charleston Hartfield, 34, Las Vegas
Brett Schwanbeck, 61, Bullhead City, Ariz.
Austin Meyer, 24, Reno
Pati Mestas, 67, Menifee, California
Nicol Kimura, 38, Placentia, California
Christopher Hazencomb, 44, Camarillo, California
Andrea Castilla, 28, Huntington Beach, California
Carly Kreibaum, 33, Sutherland, Iowa
Steve Berger, 44, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Brian Fraser, 39, Walnut, California
Derrick "Bo" Taylor, 56, Oxnard, California
Denise Cohen, 58, Carpinteria, California
Christiana Duarte, 22, Torrance, California
Candice Bowers, 40, Garden Grove, California
Lisa Patterson, 46, Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Rocio Guillen Rocha, 40, Eastvale, California
Jordyn Rivera, 21, San Bernardino, California
Austin Davis, 29, Riverside, California
Laura Shipp, 50, Thousand Oaks, California
Keri Galvan, 51, Thousand Oaks, California
Tara Roe Smith, 34, Okotoks, Alberta, Canada
Calla Medig, 28, Jasper, Alberta, Canada
Carrie Parsons, 31, Seattle, Washington
Cameron Robinson, 28, St. George, Utah
Michelle Vo, 32, Los Angeles, California
Brennan Stewart, 30, Las Vegas
Erick Silva, 21, Las Vegas
Dorene Anderson, 49, Anchorage, Alaska
Heather Alvarado, 35, Enoch, Utah
Hannah Ahlers, 34, Beaumont, California
Stacee Etcheber, 50, Novato, California
Christopher Roybal, 28, Denver, Colorado
Victor Link, 55, San Clemente, California
Melissa Ramirez, 26, Bakersfield, California
Kelsey Meadows, 28, Taft, California
Dana Gardner, 52, Grand Terrace, California
Bill Wolfe, Jr., 42, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
Carrie Barnette, 34, Garden Grove, California
Thomas Day Jr., 54, Corona, California
Jennifer Parks, 36, Lancaster, California
Kurt Von Tillow, 55, Cameron Park, California
Jack Beaton, 54, Bakersfield, California
Denise Burditus, 50, Martinsburg, West Virginia
Sandy Casey, 35, Redondo Beach, California
Angie Gomez, 20, Riverside, California
Jennifer Irvine, 42, San Diego
Jessica Klymchuk, 34, Valleyview, Alberta, Canada
Rhonda LeRocque, 42, Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Jordan McIldoon, 23, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
Sonny Melton, 29, Paris, Tennessee
Adrian Murfitt, 35, Anchorage, Alaska
Rachel Parker, 33, Manhattan Beach, California
John Phippen, 57, Valencia, California
Quintin Robbins, 20, Henderson
Lisa Romero-Muniz, 48, Gallup, New Mexico
Bailey Schweitzer, 20, Bakersfield, California
Susan Smith, 53, Simi Valley, California
Neysa Tonks, 46, Las Vegas

1 October Remembrance Exhibit

The Clark County Museum will host a 1 October Remembrance Exhibit in the Rotunda Gallery (located on the first floor of the Clark County Government Center) from September 28 to October 13. The Government Center is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The exhibit at the Government Center will include banners and other items from the museum’s collection as well as the Art of Healing mural and Angels of Love exhibit created in remembrance of the first anniversary of 1 October. The Art of Healing mural was created by local artists and students at Las Vegas Academy of the Arts high school. 

Healing Ink: Vegas Responders

Healing Ink covers the scars (physical and emotional) of those affected by violence, helping them reclaim their bodies and continue to heal. On September 29, 2022, they are offering a limited number of free tattoos from professional artists to Southern Nevada responders and other professionals who support emergency response.

The tattoos will be planned by the recipient and artist together, and the designs do not have to relate to their profession. Their goal is to give people what they want, whether it be a memorial, a meaningful representation, or just something beautiful.

Remember Music Festival is the 5 year memorial concert to commemorate The Route 91 Harvest Festival and is organized by The Country Strong Project , Stoney’s Rockin’ Country and Clark County Nevada, with proceeds benefiting the 1October Permanent Memorial. Our vision since the inception of this annual event has been to find one word that encompasses all we were, who we are, and what we strive to be; Remember who you were, Remember to live, love, sing and dance, Remember we are here, dream big, and Remember 58!

This is an intimate event that will take place at the Clark County Amphitheater 10/1 500 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89155

Very limited tickets are available for this event. MIDLAND will be headlining the event this year with Dylan Schneider, Drew Green, Meghan Patrick, Walker Montgomery, Seth Ennis and more to be announced soon. Gates at 1pm This is an all ages event

VSRC Remembrance Blood Drive 9/30 9a-1p

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center will host a Vitalant boodmobile for a drive at our office. Schedule your appointment at and search for available times with the Blood Drive Code L1T54 or contact Vitalant at (877) 258-4825 for assistance.

Capriotti’s and Vitalant would like to thank you for giving blood with a voucher for a free small sub at any of their Nevada locations!

Vegas Strong 5k
This 5k / 1-mile running event Sunday at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas helps people to come together as a community to show support for those affected by the tragic events at the Route 91 Festival. 100% of the net proceeds will be donated in honor and remembrance of those who have been affected, to the Las Vegas Victim’s Fund.

As we remember those who lost their lives, we will run and walk in their memory and to show support to the amazing city we live in. We also want to take time to honor our first responders who have worked tirelessly to serve this city since the tragedy.


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