Dierks Bentley Meets With Las Vegas Victims and Heroes

October 10, 2017

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Dierks Bentley flew out to Las Vegas October 9 to visit first responders and victims of the shooting that took place at Route 91 Harvest. The country superstar appeared at the University Medical Center to listen to their stories as well as play a few of his songs.

stopping by #vegas to say hi to some folks

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The "What the Hell Did I Say" singer was not on the lineup for the festival this year, however, he shared with The Hollywood Reporter that he has been shaken up by the attack. Bentley shared multiple photos to social media of his trip talking with a room full of heroes including firefighters, nurses, and more.

thank you @umcsn for letting me stop by and hang with y’all for a little bit. thank you for sharing your stories and your time. i needed that. #vegas #vegasstrong #firstresponders

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few more from #Vegas tonight. everyday heroes among us.

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