It has been noted that Blink-182’s Travis Barker raised concerns for his fans.
The 47-year-old musician recently provided an update about his health. Following his return to the Blink-182 tour after his wife Kourtney Kardashian Barker’s “urgent fetal surgery,” Barker took to his Instagram Story to share an image holding up a positive COVID test result. The post included emojis indicating his condition. As his health takes a turn, questions arise about the impact on the band’s upcoming performances and album release.
Travis Barker has tested positive for COVID-19, which could potentially cause issues for the upcoming Blink-182 tour. The band is set to perform in Portugal on October 2nd, and there are concerns regarding how Barker’s diagnosis may impact their concert plans. Additionally, the release of their album on October 20th may be affected as well.
Blink-182’s drummer, Travis Barker, has recently shared his thoughts on the reunion with his bandmates Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge. In a video that provided a glimpse of their new album and an upcoming interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Barker expressed his appreciation for the band’s journey and the significance of their connection. Nonetheless, his unforeseen health condition has triggered concerns about the future of their tour.
Travis Barker’s positive COVID test comes at a crucial time for Blink-182, impacting both their ongoing tour and the release of their upcoming album. Fans and the band alike face uncertainty regarding the tour’s future and Barker’s recovery.
One fan wrote on Reddit: “Well it’s a good thing they’re on a break until October 2nd. Glad he has time to recover without feeling bad about it affecting shows”
Another wrote: “He’ll be fine, he’s probably home chilling and in 4 days he will be negative. Easy peasy. Don’t sweat team. Well Travis will be sweating it out but we don’t need to ha”
Third one wrote: “I wonder if Mark is still considered high risk”