As the COVID-19 pandemic devastated our country this summer, the future of Lights on the Lawn (LOTL) at Vanderbilt was uncertain. For the past 9 years, Vanderbilt students have brought world class EDM artists to Nashville for an unforgettable charity concert experience. Since 2012, we have sold over 15,000 tickets and donated $628,000 to multiple charities including the Mary Parrish Center and their fight against domestic abuse in Nashville. This year we are proud to announce that LOTL is going digital! We are working with Nashville's best production and broadcasting companies to livestream our 2020 headliner Loud Luxury to students and fans across the nation. We will also be throwing an on-campus socially distanced viewing experience for Vanderbilt students--lasers, smoke, screens, and blaring speakers--making LOTL 2020 the first ever socially-distanced university concert. This truly monumental event will be livestreamed on Friday, November 6th at http://lotl.tv/.
Since March, national rates of domestic abuse have risen 20%. We need the support of our friends, family, and community partners more than ever to continue supporting the Mary Parrish Center's mission of aiding suriviors of domestic abuse and sexual violence. 100% of your donations will go directly to aiding their center in Nashville--helping provide a full array of comprehensive services through no-cost transitional housing, rapid re-housing and a coordinated entry process developed specifically for survivors of interpersonal violence. As the MPC's largest non-governmental supporter, they need our support more than ever to keep their center open and continue their imperative mission. As a 501(c)(3) organization, all donations are tax deductable with a Schedule A form. Learn more about their incredible organization at https://www.maryparrish.org.