Story Behind 9/11 World Trade Center Tribute In Light And Flashback To Adam Sandler's 2001 Operaman Performance At Concert For NYC
The September 11 World Trade Center Tribute In Lights will be turned on Sunday at dusk and stay lit until dawn Monday. According to the Municipal Arts Society (MAS), the Tribute In Light:
is one of the most powerful and healing works of public art ever produced. The majestic blue twin beams are presented annually by MAS, shining from dusk on September 11, through dawn the next day. Visible within a sixty-mile radius on a clear night, Tribute has become a world-renowned icon of remembrance, honoring those who were lost, as well as those who worked so hard to get our city through that terrible trial.Here's how it's done
and the story behind it's creation.
I always thought the Tribute In Lights was the most fitting and appropriate memorial to the attack on September 11.
On a lighter note, here's Adam Sandler's Operaman performance at the 2001 Concert For NYC.