The first of Trace Adkins‘ upcoming gigs have been officially cancelled, following his admission to a rehab facility for alcohol abuse this week. The country star checked in after he attacked an impersonator onboard a cruise ship near Jamaica.
Adkins was slated to perform at the NRA-sponsored Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on Feb. 8, but organizers have quickly announced that the show will not go on.
In a statement, they said, “While Trace Adkins is unable to perform on this date due to personal circumstances, we are working to announce a new headlining act in the coming days. We are happy to confirm that Cheryl LuQuire and Pennsylvania native Nate Hosie will open the show. New plans on the headlining act will be announced shortly.
Adkins also has a Feb. 18 concert still slated in San Antonio, Tex., — tickets are still being sold — and a Grand Ole Opry gig in on the Nov. 22. Although it has yet to be formally cancelled, his name has been removed from the Grand Ole Opry event listings.