California rock group Los Lobos has canceled next Thursdays show at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale in protest of Arizona's new immigration law. The band released a statement this afternoon: We support the boycott of Arizona. The new law will inevitably lead to unfair racial profiling and possible abuse of people who just happen to look Latino. As a result, in good conscience, we could not see ourselves performing in Arizona. We regret the inconvenience this may have caused the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, Casino Arizona, Talking Stick Resort and our fans, but we feel strongly that it is the right thing to do. Los Lobos had been in negotiations to play in Tucson in September, as part of Hotel Congresss annual HoCo Fest. Now that seems unlikely. We were talking about details but we hadnt signed a contract, says Hotel Congress booker David Slutes. Now Im not hopeful, to be honest. Los Lobos is the latest band to announce a boycott of Arizona following the passage of SB 1070, which is set to take effect July 29. Last week a coalition of bands, dubbed Sound Strike, announced it was boycotting the state. Sound Strike is led by Rage Against the Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha, who called the law, an assault on the U.S. Constitution. None of the Sound Strike participants were scheduled to come to Tucson this summer, though bands like Ozomatli, Los Tigres Del Norte, Café Tacvba, and Rise Against are regular visitors. So far, Tucson has only missed out on one concert. Cypress Hill canceled 11 days before its May 21 show at the Rialto Theatre. Los Lobos cancels Scottsdale show No great loss as they are hasbeens. THEY will be the biggest losers.