JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – The Jackson Black Rodeo will be held in the capital city as usual after being recently canceled by event organizers.

The rodeo was originally canceled due to safety concerns. In a post on Facebook, the president of the Real Cowboys Association alluded to last month’s deadly shooting during the Mississippi Mudbug Festival.

Officials with the Mississippi State Fairgrounds said there was a disagreement over the event’s security, which led to the cancellation.

However, event organizers said they were able to come to an agreement with leaders from Visit Jackson and the fairgrounds.

Hinds County Sheriff Tyree Jones also commented on event security.

“We will coordinate all the efforts to make sure that this is a safe event. We will provide all the necessary resources, along with these respected departments,” said Jones.

Organizers announced the rodeo will be held on Saturday, July 16. Tickets will go on sale on Ticketmaster at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, May 27.