On June 12, 2016 a gunman opened fire at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, committing the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Now a year later the Florida city will mark the day by holding “Orlando United Day,” a daylong schedule of remembrances including two events on the Pulse property.
Take a look to see how sports teams, celebrities, the LGBT community and straight allies paid tribute over the past year to the 49 lives lost at Pulse.
Orlando soccer team dedicates new seating section to Pulse victims
The new stadium for the Orlando City Soccer Club has a section that features rainbow rows in the middle of the stadium’s purple seats—there is also be a row left empty with missing seats to commemorate the victims.