"It was beautiful:" Swedish band Ghost dedicates concert to fan who collapsed and died last May
“It's an amazing thing to do it shows they really care about our fans," said Abby Niesen, fan.
Fans lined up outside on Halloween night to see Act II.
The show was cancelled at the end of Act One back in May when Jeffrey Fortune, 52, collapsed and subsequently passed away.
Fortune had a history of heart problems. His family says he was a huge Ghost fan and he died doing what he loved most, going to concerts.
Wednesday night the band made special t-shirts and all the proceeds went to the family.
Since the tragic night, people have reached out showing their support. So far, the GoFundMe page in honor has raised more than $10,000 dollars.
Ghost dedicated Act II to Jeffrey and his family. His wife said the theater was filled with positive energy and love.
“I think he would think it was beautiful, and its appropriate, it just feels right. It’s the right thing to do, the right place to be right now," said Mary Jo Fortunt, Jeffrey's wife.