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Moonshine Flats rasies $22K+ for Las Vegas Victims

Good Time Design live music venue, Moonshine Flats, held a Benefit Concert for Victims of the Las Vegas tragedy that occurred earlier in the month at the Route 91 Music Festival. Country fans and Moonshine Flats staff rallied together and got the word out, leading to an incredible turnout and an awesome night for the country community.

Before the concert, a Celebration of Life was held for Jennifer T. Irvine, a San Diego local and victim of the shooting. Moonshine Flats donated 100% of bar revenue during that time to The Jennifer Topaz Irvine Memorial Fund, equaling $5,083.89.

The benefit concert kicked off with an introduction by local radio personalities, John and Tammy of KSON, who spoke about the tragedy and brought out local hero, Taylor Winston, to the stage. Pastor Nick Moultrie of Rise City Church lead the crowd in a moving prayer circle and San Diego natives, the Morgan Leigh Band, began the show with the Star Spangled Banner and moved into their set. After a moment of silence at 10:08pm, the time at which the shooting began in Las Vegas, country rising star, Carter Winter, finished the show with an energetic performance.

100% of door sales and bar revenue from the concert was donated to the Official Las Vegas Victims Fund set up by Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak. The final donation totaled $22,186.09 and was submitted the next week.

Thanks again to everyone who came together to help the victims of Route 91!

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