Orlando Benefit Brings Pulse Performers To Nashville

Posted at 10:04 PM, Jun 29, 2016

Performers and management from Pulse Night Club traveled to the Music City to attend a fundraiser at Play Dance Bar.

The benefit Wednesday, put on by Play and Nashville Pride, raised money for those affected by the terror attack.

Performances took place throughout the night by local LGBT performers and guests from the Pulse Night Club.

Pulse manager Nemma Bahrami said he was thankful for the support.

“We just want to thank everybody for the love because it's overwhelming - it really is. And you never know what people think and right now all I can think is positive because everyone is just giving us positive love and that's amazing,” said Bahrami.

All the funds from the event benefited the employees and victims of the Pulse Night Club massacre.