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Trace Adkins is latest star to cancel Sea World performance

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Stars have been canceling their performances at Sea World all the time lately and now Trace Adkins is the latest to add his name to the list. On Jan. 9, Taste of Country reported that Trace was supposed to be performing during the SeaWorld’s Bands, Brew and BBQ concert series. His performance was scheduled for March 2.

Trace did reveal that the reason he is canceling is all of the "Blackfish" controversy. It sounds like he just doesn't want to be a part of this drama and he is pretty smart to make that decision. He won't be upsetting fans that do not agree with the way that things are done at Sea World.

Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood, and Martina McBride have all pulled out of concerts at Sea World recently. It looks like Scotty McCreery might still be performing there, but he also might change his mind later on.

Do you agree with Trace Adkins decision to cancel this concert? Sound off in the comments below.

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