A pair of women had their evening interrupted while at Jack White’s Canadian tour kickoff in Edmonton on Friday (November 2nd), with a employee at the venue, Rogers Place, deciding that a kiss between the two concertgoers was “inappropriate sexual behavior.” Allyson MacIvor and a friend were watching White and his band play the White Stripes classic “Seven Nation Army” when they turned to each other for a kiss. MacIvor recalled, “I embraced my girlfriend, and some staff member came in between us, and she said, ‘This is not allowed here.’ It was very violating and invasive. It’s not something I’d ever imagine experiencing, honestly.” The usher placed her hand between the two women and then escorted them to a manager, who ordered the employee to resume her post after the pair explained what had happened. MacIvor said, “(The manager) apologized profusely, but it still didn’t help the incident and the hurt that came out of this.” Both Rogers Place and Oilers Entertainment Group apologized to MacIvor and her friend, offering dinner and a free show of their choice to make up for the negative experience. MacIvor also extended the invite to the usher as well, saying, “This employee and I can just get to know each other as people and move past this in a healthier way.”