Blink-182 Call Out Fan For Travis Barker Mistake

A fan on Reddit pointed out that someone in the audience during Blink-182 concert was holding up a sign that said “Travis Baker” and the fan was mocked by the band. One fan noted:

He said something along the lines of: “Hey, someone’s got a Travis Baker sign here. I like that. Travis, we should start calling you like that from now on.”

A fan replied:

“Hahaha yea Mark talked about it like twice during the show”

Another wrote:

“That’s pretty hilarious. I hope there’s footage somewhere lol.”

Third fan wrote:

“Mark was very lighthearted and funny about it.”

Meanwhile, Travis Barker returned to Blink-182‘s European tour on September 8 after he was forced to fly home from the band’s UK and Ireland tour.

The drummer made his comeback for the band’s first show back in Antwerp in Belgium days after his wife Kourtney Kardashian underwent “life-threatening emergency surgery” for their unborn baby.

Ahead of the show, Barker took to Instagram to post a video of himself, captioned: “1st day of tour,” which showed him walking to greet fans with a pair of drumsticks. He then also handed his sticks to a delighted fan

Barker also posted a host of pictures of the city and himself to his Instagram Story, which included a selfie of him before he headed to the stage.

Footage of the drummer performing was also posted by fans from the gig to social media as the band performed tracks from their back catalogue. Barker performed on a raised platform while he played drums on ‘Bored To Death’. Bassist Mark Hoppus also shared footage behind the band on stage performing ‘Reckless Abandon’.

Blink-182 were due to kick off a run of UK tour dates last week (September 1) with a show in Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, with further dates in Belfast and Dublin this week (September 4 -5) but they were postponed due to Barker’s family emergency. These will be now rescheduled at a later date.

Meanwhile all remaining upcoming concerts in the UK across October – including two back-to-back nights at London’s O2 Arena – are set to take place as scheduled.


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