Blink-182 cancels all of their concerts in South America and Mexico, including Tijuana

A member of the band has health problems

Blink-182 cancelled all of their concerts in South America and Mexico, including Tijuana as drummer Travis Barker will need surgery in one of his fingers, which will prevent him from playing.

Blink-182 was going to perform on March 11 at Parque Morelos as part of the Imperial GNP festival alongside Nortc Bostich + Fussible and División Minúscula, among others.

The announcement was given by singer Tom DeLonge on social media, who apologized to all the fans, as this was an incident nobody saw coming.

Regarding the tour that was going to take place in several places of Latin America, he said:

This is something we've been aiming to do for so long and we worked so hard. Travis needs to have surgery on his finger and we got to get that strong before we can do anything else. This is just so sad. These were the biggest shows we’d ever play and these are some of the most important places in the world for a band. This is like the pinnacle of our career, it was to come and play everything for you guys.

Feeling devastated that they wouldn’t be able to play in countries such as Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico, Tom claimed that [b]these shows will occur but in 2024.

Meanwhile, ticket sellers claimed that tickets bought will still be valid for the rescheduled concerts.

Tom said goodbye with the following message:

This is just devastating on so many levels but we're going to get Travis better, and we're going to come down the three of us together, and we're gonna rock and we're gonna have an incredible time with you guys. But I really want you to know from my heart to yours, how important you guys are to us and this is not something we could have seen coming. This is just devastating, but we love you. We will see you soon.

Watch the official statement here:


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