Blink-182 has decided to cancel a number of planned performances that were scheduled for this weekend and the following week in Ireland and the UK. 

The band recently revealed that their drummer, Travis Barker, had to leave the country due to an urgent family matter in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter. As a result, the concerts that were planned for Dublin, Belfast, and Glasgow have been postponed.

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In a tweet, the band wrote, “Due to an urgent family matter, Travis has had to return home to the States. The Glasgow, Belfast, and Dublin shows are being postponed. More information in regards to his return to Europe and rescheduled dates will be provided as soon as available.”

The band’s initial schedule called for them to play today and tomorrow at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, and then on Monday and Tuesday, they would play at Belfast’s SSE Arena and Dublin’s 3Arena. The band’s European tour was supposed to begin with these performances in Glasgow. These shows have been rescheduled, nevertheless, because of an urgent family emergency involving Travis Barker.

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Additionally, the drummer shared images on his Instagram account that appeared to have been taken inside an airport prayer area. The first child of Travis Barker’s and Kourtney Kardashian’s marriage, both of whom are 44 years old, is due any day now.

The reality actress announced her joyful news in an Instagram video she posted in June while holding up a placard at a Blink-182 performance reading, “Travis, I’m pregnant.”

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Following a “practice” wedding they held after the Grammys in April, the pair previously revealed in May of the previous year that they had been wed legally. An Elvis lookalike presided over an unplanned celebration around two in the morning.