The Las Vegas strip has gone dark to honor the people who lost their lives over the weekend when a gunman took fire at the Harvest music festival. The shooter took the lives of 59 people and led to the injury of over 500.
Hundreds of people gathered at the corner of Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard with candles to show their support.
Las Vegas strip dims lights to honor victims of Harvest Music Festival shooting https://t.co/SqN4BJrdUG
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 3, 2017
Other places around the world went dark to honor the victims as well. The Eiffel Tower turned off their lights, as did the Empire State Building.
Tonight our lights darken for the victims & those affected by the Las Vegas attack, w/an orange halo effect shining a light on gun violence. pic.twitter.com/96gpsrQDaD
— Empire State Bldg (@EmpireStateBldg) October 2, 2017