“ON SUNDAY EVENING, thousands of fans poured into Rochester, New York’s Main Street Armory for a concert set to be headlined by GloRilla, one of hip-hop’s fastest rising stars.
“Among them were 28-year-old Tamira De Jesus, who had heard mixed reviews about the venue in the past – claims that suggested that it should have been shut down long ago and more sinister accusations that it was a “death trap”.
“But once inside the venue, her experience at first clashed against rumors that had often popped up throughout the live music community in the area.
“It was only after the show had ended around 11 p.m. and the buzzing audience made its way to the exits that De Jesus understood why the venue had its reputation.”
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