Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas brought their Honda Civic tour to Orlando's Amway Center over the weekend, and they made sure to do something special to give back to the city in a time of grief.
Several employees of Pulse, the nightclub where 49 people were killed in a mass shooting last month, were given free entry to the concert, as well as a meet and greet with the singers before the show. TMZ reports that approximately 30 members of the staff were invited, and they were also given a private suite.
Pulse shared a Facebook photo of the group posing with Demi and Nick, writing, "thank you for making the pulse family smile."
During the concert, Demi and Nick welcomed singer Andra Day to the stage to perform a tribute to the victims, as well as to Voice star Christina Grimmie, who was killed in Orlando the same weekend as the Pulse shooting.
As the artists performed Andra's song "Rise Up," the victims' names and ages scrolled on the screen behind them. The song, which includes lyrics such as "I'll rise up / In spite of the ache," conveyed a message of strength and solidarity in the wake of tragedy. Andra was in tears as she sang the final lines.