Great White Wants to Be Remembered for More Concert Disasters

While the United States continues to see record-breaking
COVID-19 numbers,
there are some people who don’t seem to take the pandemic
seriously — like all the people who went to see Great White play in
Dickinson, North Dakota Thursday night. As footage shows, the hard
rock band played an outdoor concert as part of the town’s
“First On First: Dickinson Summer Nights” series, and there
were no safety restrictions. Not only were attendees shoulder to
shoulder, but there also wasn’t a mask in sight.

“We do not have restrictions, believe it or not, we don’t
have any,”April Getz, an event coordinator for the concert
series, 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.â€

This isn’t the first time Great White has been involved in a
dangerous event. Known for the hit song “Once Bitten, Twice
Shy,†the band faced a tragedy when there was an explosives
accident at a show in Rhode Island in 2003, killing 100 people
including guitarist Ty Longley.

Watch video footage taken from the stage, which shows the
crowd’s lack of regard for safety, below.

Great White aren’t the only ones to play a concert without
apparent restrictions since the country began reopening. DaBaby played a 4th of July
show at a
packed nightclub
 that lacked social distancing and
mask-wearing.

While the United States continues to see record-breaking
COVID-19 numbers,
there are some people who don’t seem to take the pandemic
seriously — like all the people who went to see Great White play in
Dickinson, North Dakota Thursday night. As footage shows, the hard
rock band played an outdoor concert as part of the town’s
“First On First: Dickinson Summer Nights” series, and there
were no safety restrictions. Not only were attendees shoulder to
shoulder, but there also wasn’t a mask in sight.
“We do not have restrictions, believe it or not, we don’t
have any,”April Getz, an event coordinator for the concert
series, 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.â€
This isn’t the first time Great White has been involved in a
dangerous event. Known for the hit song “Once Bitten, Twice
Shy,†the band faced a tragedy when there was an explosives
accident at a show in Rhode Island in 2003, killing 100 people
including guitarist Ty Longley.
Watch video footage taken from the stage, which shows the
crowd’s lack of regard for safety, below.

Great White aren’t the only ones to play a concert without
apparent restrictions since the country began reopening. DaBaby played a 4th of July
show at a
packed nightclub that lacked social distancing and
mask-wearing.

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