This year's Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe will be a little less funky, apparently.

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic no longer is scheduled to perform at the music event, which is to span from May 24 to 26 at Three Sisters Park.

No reason was given for the move, which was revealed Friday morning on the Summer Camp Facebook page.

"There is, of course, no replacing a legend such as George Clinton, but we are super excited about the amazing lineup of artists we do have and look forward to another great year," the post stated, in part.

The Chillicothe stop was the first of a mainland U.S. tour leg for the band. Subsequent stops included Milwaukee and Chicago. It's unclear if those dates were canceled, too.

Earlier, the 77-year-old Clinton announced this to be his final tour as leader of a band he originated in the late 1950s. That tour is to begin next week in Honolulu and continue to Australia and Japan before it returns stateside.

Clinton and 15 other current or former members of P-Funk have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Among them is bassist William "Bootsy" Collins.

As a solo act in the 1980s, Collins had as his business and tour manager the late Dana Davis, a Peoria native and former executive with the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.