Good evening. It's been one year since a dispute over loud music ended in the death of Jordan Davis. His parents say time hasn't healed the wounds... but the support from the community has been critical for them. Tonight, they held an event in Jacksonville Beach. Dozens of Jordan's friends came to remember the teen - while his parents said ENJOY the night. 3 00-0823-2947-56///nats of girl flute playing///TRACK 1 There was somber music... and then...there was ///girl group music nats/// get up and dance music! These are just a couple of the local performers helping celebrate the life of Jordan Davis... While his parents continue to mourn - they wanted this crowd - to have fun in his honor.TAKE SOT 54:18--54:27 "We just want everybody to remember Jordan. He's been gone a year. Sometimes it takes a whole year for the parents to sink in that your baby is not going home."TRACK 2 By early evening, nearly one hundred people joined the celebration, wearing t-shirts, listening to music, and supporting the family. The 17-year old was shot and killed one year ago. Michael Dunn is charged with first degree murder in the case and is set to go on trial next year.TAKE SOT 20.0332 - 3.49 "Just believing justice will be served, but it's been very difficult. 336 b/c a whole year.We've had no closure. We're looking forward, not to the trial, but we are looking forward to finding some closure fairly soon. 349 "TRACK 3 While they look ahead to closure in what they believe was a crime - Jordan's parents aren't waiting to find a way ensure his life makes a difference.TAKE SOT Lucia McBath again 20.05.07 "We want Jordan's legacy to be a legacy of tolerance.That means if we have to try to change the laws so that people are more tolerant of those that don't look like them. 520 Don't think like them, don't act like them... 523TAKE SOT RON DAVIS 9.53 It sounds cliche, but really true. If you don't have love in your heart, you're lost... 957 3 Michael Dunn says he shot and killed Jordan Davis in self-defense. He's expected back in court next month. The court plans to review a motion that would determine if Davis' family will be allowed in the courtroom during the trial, which is set for February 3rd.