GREAT WHITE Plays Concert In North Dakota With No Restrictions In Place: No Social Distancing, No Masks (Video)

GREAT WHITE Plays Concert In North Dakota With No
Restrictions In Place: No Social Distancing, No Masks
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GREAT WHITE played an outdoor show this past Thursday night
(July 9) in Dickinson, North Dakota as part of “First On First:
Dickinson Summer Nights”
. Video footage of the concert is
available below. More video, shot from a different location,

can be found here
. While numerous events have been imposing
restrictions, such as wearing masks and social distancing,
“First On First” has no such rules in place. “We do not have
restrictions, believe it or not, we don’t have any,” April
Getz
, an event coordinator for Odd Fellows, which organizes,
runs and comes up with the funding for the events, told
The Dickinson Press
. “It’s one of those things where if people
feel comfortable coming down and mixing and mingling, that’s their
personal choice. We’re leaving it up to everybody that chooses to
attend.” As of Saturday (July 11), there have been a total of 4,243
confirmed coronavirus cases in North Dakota. A total of 87 people
have died so far in the state as a result of COVID-19. 83 percent
of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota to
date have recovered from the virus. An average of around 3,700
tests are being conducted daily in North Dakota, where the
positivity rate has remained relatively low. 4,327 tests were
conducted Friday, yielding a 2% positivity rate. North Dakota’s
pandemic-high number of active cases came May 21, when 670
residents were infected. In the face of the coronavirus pandemic,
thousands of concerts and festivals have either been postponed or
canceled, as social distancing and self-quarantining make
performing live music and attending live shows all but impossible.
Earlier in the month, former GREAT WHITE and current JACK
RUSSELL’S GREAT WHITE
singer Jack Russell blasted people
who refuse to wear a mask in public spaces to protect others from
possible infection. Russell addressed the hot-button issue
as lawmakers push harder for their constituents to wear face masks
to limit the spread of coronavirus. President Donald Trump
has been loath to wear a mask, despite the advice of public health
experts. Asked in an interview with Austria’s Mulatschag if he goes
out often while in quarantine, Russell — who lives on a
45-foot yacht in Redondo Beach, California — said: “No. I go to
the store when I have to. There’s no need to be out [in public
places]. People don’t take it seriously — they don’t take the
virus seriously. It’s sad. “I don’t know what everybody else out
there is thinking — they may think I’m full of it — but I take
this very seriously. “It’s no small wonder that when you open all
these places up, ‘Gee, the numbers [of coronavirus cases] rose up.’
It’s, like, what did you think was gonna happen? It’s, like, ‘I
took my mask off and I got COVID.’ Well, what a big surprise that
is. “People just don’t think. They come down to the beach down here
and they wanna pretend like [the virus] doesn’t exist. Well, that’s
fine. If you wanna get sick, that’s great. But put your mask on for
me, because I’ve got my mask on. “The numbers, the way it works
out, if I just wear [my mask], I’m not that safe. If you put yours
on too, I’m 70 percent safe as opposed to being
zero-point-something [safe]. It’s amazing the amount that it
changes. “It’s, like, if you don’t wanna help yourself, help
everybody else. ‘Well, it’s my right. It’s my human right.’ Well,
look, dude, you’ve gotta pay for your car to get smogged, you’ve
gotta have a seat belt, you have a driver’s license, you have to
have a license to be born, you have to have a marriage license. I
mean, so you have to wear a mask for a while so you don’t die.
What’s the problem?” Earlier this year, GREAT WHITE
guitarist Mark Kendall told Rockbandreviews.com that
he and his bandmates have “been going crazy lately” working on
material for their next album. The effort will mark GREAT
WHITE
‘s first collection of new songs with singer Mitch
Malloy
, who joined the group in 2018 following the departure of
Terry Ilous.


Mitch Malloy and Great White… First on First!!!!!!! Posted
by Christine
Biel
on Thursday, July 9, 2020


As the singer(Great White) said, “the best venue, for Rock n
Roll in the country right now” North Dakota ❤️ Posted by
Bonnie
Wells
on Friday, July 10, 2020


Had a blast in Dickinson last night listening to Great White
at 1st on 1st Summer nights Posted by Shawn Voigt on
Friday, July 10, 2020

GREAT WHITE played an outdoor show this past Thursday night
(July 9) in Dickinson, North Dakota as part of “First On First:
Dickinson Summer Nights”. Video footage of the concert is
available below. More video, shot from a different location,

can be found here. While numerous events have been imposing
restrictions, such as wearing masks and social distancing,
“First On First” has no such rules in place. “We do not have
restrictions, believe it or not, we don’t have any,” April
Getz, an event coordinator for Odd Fellows, which organizes,
runs and comes up with the funding for the events, told
The Dickinson Press. “It’s one of those things where if people
feel comfortable coming down and mixing and mingling, that’s their
personal choice. We’re leaving it up to everybody that chooses to
attend.” As of Saturday (July 11), there have been a total of 4,243
confirmed coronavirus cases in North Dakota. A total of 87 people
have died so far in the state as a result of COVID-19. 83 percent
of those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota to
date have recovered from the virus. An average of around 3,700
tests are being conducted daily in North Dakota, where the
positivity rate has remained relatively low. 4,327 tests were
conducted Friday, yielding a 2% positivity rate. North Dakota’s
pandemic-high number of active cases came May 21, when 670
residents were infected. In the face of the coronavirus pandemic,
thousands of concerts and festivals have either been postponed or
canceled, as social distancing and self-quarantining make
performing live music and attending live shows all but impossible.
Earlier in the month, former GREAT WHITE and current JACK
RUSSELL’S GREAT WHITE singer Jack Russell blasted people
who refuse to wear a mask in public spaces to protect others from
possible infection. Russell addressed the hot-button issue
as lawmakers push harder for their constituents to wear face masks
to limit the spread of coronavirus. President Donald Trump
has been loath to wear a mask, despite the advice of public health
experts. Asked in an interview with Austria’s Mulatschag if he goes
out often while in quarantine, Russell — who lives on a
45-foot yacht in Redondo Beach, California — said: “No. I go to
the store when I have to. There’s no need to be out [in public
places]. People don’t take it seriously — they don’t take the
virus seriously. It’s sad. “I don’t know what everybody else out
there is thinking — they may think I’m full of it — but I take
this very seriously. “It’s no small wonder that when you open all
these places up, ‘Gee, the numbers [of coronavirus cases] rose up.’
It’s, like, what did you think was gonna happen? It’s, like, ‘I
took my mask off and I got COVID.’ Well, what a big surprise that
is. “People just don’t think. They come down to the beach down here
and they wanna pretend like [the virus] doesn’t exist. Well, that’s
fine. If you wanna get sick, that’s great. But put your mask on for
me, because I’ve got my mask on. “The numbers, the way it works
out, if I just wear [my mask], I’m not that safe. If you put yours
on too, I’m 70 percent safe as opposed to being
zero-point-something [safe]. It’s amazing the amount that it
changes. “It’s, like, if you don’t wanna help yourself, help
everybody else. ‘Well, it’s my right. It’s my human right.’ Well,
look, dude, you’ve gotta pay for your car to get smogged, you’ve
gotta have a seat belt, you have a driver’s license, you have to
have a license to be born, you have to have a marriage license. I
mean, so you have to wear a mask for a while so you don’t die.
What’s the problem?” Earlier this year, GREAT WHITE
guitarist Mark Kendall told Rockbandreviews.com that
he and his bandmates have “been going crazy lately” working on
material for their next album. The effort will mark GREAT
WHITE’s first collection of new songs with singer Mitch
Malloy, who joined the group in 2018 following the departure of
Terry Ilous.

Mitch Malloy and Great White… First on First!!!!!!! Posted
by Christine
Biel on Thursday, July 9, 2020

As the singer(Great White) said, “the best venue, for Rock n
Roll in the country right now” North Dakota ❤️ Posted by
Bonnie
Wells on Friday, July 10, 2020

Had a blast in Dickinson last night listening to Great White
at 1st on 1st Summer nights Posted by Shawn Voigt on
Friday, July 10, 2020

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