Sorry, Jay Leno fans. The former “Tonight Show” host has canceled his comedy show this weekend in Paso Robles.
Leno was slated to take the stage Saturday at Vina Robles Amphitheatre. Instead, his show has been postponed until June 15, 2018, according to Vanessa Kromer, vice president of communications for show promoter Nederlander Concerts.
In an email, Kromer said the show is being postponed until next summer “due to scheduling conflicts.”
“All tickets from the originally scheduled performance will be honored on this new date,” Kromer said in an email. Ticketholders who can’t attend next year’s performance can obtain refunds at the point of purchase.
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Best known as the longtime host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” Leno now shares his love of all things automotive on his popular Web series and CNBC show, “Jay Leno’s Garage.” The big-chinned, silver-haired comedian is currently touring the country with his standup act.