Toby Keith will no longer play at this year’s California Rodeo Salinas

A long-anticipated Toby Keith concert will not happen at this year’s California Rodeo Salinas Big Week. Country music superstar Keith announced he has had stomach cancer since late last year but has received treatment and plans to return to the stage soon. In a statement posted on his verified Twitter and Instagram accounts Sunday, Keith said he was diagnosed with cancer last fall.On Monday, California Rodeo Salinas said they are saddened by the change. “We are saddened to hear this news from Toby Keith and wish him the best. We will post information about our July 15th Big Week Kick Off Concert as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience,” wrote the organization on Facebook.Keith was scheduled to play the Salinas Big Week Kick-Off Concert in 2020, but it was delayed two years because of the pandemic. The 112th California Rodeo Salinas will take place July 21 – 24, 2022.

A long-anticipated Toby Keith concert will not happen at this year’s California Rodeo Salinas Big Week.

Country music superstar Keith announced he has had stomach cancer since late last year but has received treatment and plans to return to the stage soon. In a statement posted on his verified Twitter and Instagram accounts Sunday, Keith said he was diagnosed with cancer last fall.

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On Monday, California Rodeo Salinas said they are saddened by the change.

“We are saddened to hear this news from Toby Keith and wish him the best. We will post information about our July 15th Big Week Kick Off Concert as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience,” wrote the organization on Facebook.

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Keith was scheduled to play the Salinas Big Week Kick-Off Concert in 2020, but it was delayed two years because of the pandemic.

The 112th California Rodeo Salinas will take place July 21 – 24, 2022.

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