Mohegan Sun has postponed a concert featuring the band that performed on the night of the Station nightclub fire 20 years ago. The West Warwick nightclub was destroyed after pyrotechnics were set off during Great White’s opening song on February 20, 2003. Great White was scheduled to perform with Stryper and Steven Adler of Guns N’ Roses on March 25, but Mohegan Sun’s President of Sports and Entertainment, Tom Cantone, said the venue was unaware that the performance was scheduled so close to the anniversary. Out of respect for the anniversary, Mohegan Sun has postponed the show indefinitely. The Station nightclub fire claimed 100 lives, including Great White guitarist Ty Longley, and injured over 200 others. Mark Kendall appears to be the only remaining member of Great White that performed that night. All images are retained.

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