CANTON: Tim McGraw won't be coming to Canton this summer.

The country singer's Aug. 9 concert at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium has been canceled.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame said in a news release the McGraw concert has been "tentatively targeted to be rescheduled next year."

McGraw is touring this summer and is scheduled to be in Michigan the day after the Canton concert was planned.

The link to purchase tickets was down as of Friday morning. It's not clear how many were sold. The stadium has a capacity of about 23,000.

The Hall of Fame will refund original ticket purchasers for the total ticket amount. Refunds will be processed within three to four weeks. Here are refund details

Credit Card Purchases
• Charges will be automatically refunded
• If a customer’s card has expired or been cancelled for any reason, a refund check will be issued to the original ticket purchaser.

Check or Cash Purchases
• A refund check will be automatically issued

If the mailing address has changed since the purchase of tickets, customers should provide the Hall with a new mailing address by calling 844-446-3849 or emailing Tickets@ProFootballHOF.com

If tickets were purchased through a re-seller of "secondary market,contact the re-seller directly regarding their individual refund policy. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is not responsible for any tickets that were not purchased directly from the Hall of Fame.

In 2016, McGraw played the enshrinement festival's annual Concert for Legends for a full stadium.

This year, his concert was scheduled for the same week as Concert for Legends, which will feature Imagine Dragons as the headliner.

It also was scheduled for the same night as country music singer Jason Aldean's appearance at the nearby Blossom Music Center.

The Village has one other concert planned for this summer — an acoustic concert with LeAnn Rimes at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall. Hundreds of tickets, which start at $49.50, remain.