Tornado relief concert steering clear of scalpers

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Toby Keith singing

NORMAN, Okla. – Toby Keith’s tornado benefit concert is drawing some of the biggest names in country music and thankfully, it seems the scalpers are staying away.

Re-selling tickets for more than they’re worth drew harsh criticism during Blake Shelton’s healing in the heartland relief concert in May.

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Now several ticket brokers like StubHub have declined to offer tickets for resale and others are doing so only on a limited basis.

Several independent concert promoters, not associated with the event, said that although scalping may technically be legal, making a profit off the misfortune of others is in poor taste.

Toby Keith’s twister relief concert kicks off at 3 p.m. Saturday at OU’s Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium.

All of the proceeds will benefit the United Way’s tornado relief fund.