main street armory

RPD body camera footage from the deadly stampede at the Main Street Armory from March was released last week. Reports say there is hours of footage from the event that night at the Main Street Armory. The video showed RPD officers checking the building for people after the madness calmed down and found some of […]

No one will be held criminally responsible after three women died in a stampede at a concert at the Main Street Armory on March 5. The City of Rochester made the announcement Monday, nearly two months after Rhondesia Belton, 33, of Buffalo; Aisha Haskins-Stephens, 35, of Syracuse; and Brandy Miller, 35, of Rochester died during a GloRilla […]

After three women were killed in a crowd surge at the Main Street Armory earlier this year, yesterday, the Rochester Police Department and the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office have determined criminal charges are unfounded against the Main Street Armory. In a statement released by the city, it says; “Based on the information and evidence, […]

Earlier this month three people were killed along with multiple other people seriously injured when a crowd surge happened at the Main Street Armory after a concert. A few days after the tragic events that happened at the Armory the City Of Rochester shut the venue down. Fast forward weeks later the Main Street Armory […]

The City of Rochester responded to the owner of the Main St. Armory Scott Donaldson. Scott Donaldson and his legal team said the city ‘unreasonably denied’ them their request to reschedule a meeting. The City of Rochester said the agreed to move the first requested meeting from March 6th to March 8th. The second time […]

Over the weekend, the Gallo & Iacovangelo, LLP law firm released its first statement on behalf of the Main Street Armory, following the deadly surge at a concert held at the venue. This statement comes days after the City of Rochester prohibited the Armory from holding any public events in the aftermath of the tragedy. […]

After the fatal crowd surge that took the lives of three women and injured others at the Main Street Armory on Sunday concertgoers and their friends and families have a way to start the healing process with Ubuntu Healing Circles. The City of Rochester has partnered with licensed mental health professionals to offer this free […]

Anthony Rouse, a security guard who worked Sunday’s concert at the Main Street Armory Sunday night has spoken out, stating people started running for the doors as soon as the confetti cannon went off, possibly confusing the noise for gunshots. Rouse wasn’t planning on assisting with the GloRilla and Finesse2tymes concert, but changed his mind […]

RollingStone Magazine featured an article about the deadly stampede that took place at the Main Street Armory here in Rochester, NY. The GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes concert took place on Sunday. Two women died and eight others injured one person is in critical condition. To read the full article and interviews with people who attended the […]

After the crowd surge that killed two people and injured eight others, the City of Rochester has prohibited Main Street Armory from hosting any public events. According to the city, they invited the Armory’s owner to attend a meeting yesterday, during which “he would have been presented with a choice to voluntarily cease holding entertainment […]

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