One hundred and forty drones launched up to 500 feet in the sky in Nashville to put on a light show to honor the city’s #frontline workers.
The drones took off from Vanderbilt Stadium, lighting up the Nashville sky with inspiring messages of gratitude and other positive images, WZTV reported.
The ten-minute show was produced by Nashville-based StrictlyFX in collaboration with the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. to show appreciation for those health care workers and other workers who have put their lives at risk for the #coronavirus #pandemic and the March 3 tornado.
A video of the show displayed messages of “thank you heroes,” a rainbow, two stick figures with the number six between them, and an EMS symbol.
The show began at 9 p.m. and went on for about ten minutes. The drone show is the second of its kind. The first one took place at the University of Pennsylvania, according to a press release from Vanderbilt University. #binspirednews