Travis Barker Runs With Blink-182 Fans In Video

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As revealed in a recent video, Tom DeLonge could be seen being very affectionate with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker during a recent performance at the SoFi Stadium.

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Travis Barker recently organized the inaugural Run Travis Run 5K at Inglewood’s Kia Forum, coinciding with Blink-182’s One More Time tour.

For Travis, the event wasn’t about competing with others, but about personal challenge and maintaining his daily running routine, which he typically does before performances. Reflecting on the race afterwards, he mentioned how he had intended it to be a relaxed run, but the competitive spirit kicked in naturally.

The event itself drew over 800 participants, blending seasoned runners, Blink-182 fans, and newcomers to running, all coming together to support a charitable cause—the Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles and New York. It was more than just a race; it became a community event, fostering a sense of togetherness among attendees.

Travis arrived slightly late for the race start, accompanied by his wife, Kourtney Kardashian Barker, who walked the course with friends while being filmed for Hulu’s “The Kardashians.” Travis shared that fitness has been a cornerstone of their relationship from the beginning, even before they became romantically involved. They currently maintain a routine of daily walks, with Travis also fitting in runs to complement Kourtney’s fitness regimen.

For Travis, running isn’t just about physical health; it’s a crucial element of his lifestyle that has helped him stay sober after battling addiction for years, a journey that intensified following a life-changing plane crash in 2008. It became his anchor during challenging times, counterbalancing any temptations or negative habits.

Later that evening, Travis showcased his unparalleled energy and stamina at SoFi Stadium, where Blink-182 performed to a massive audience. Drumming energetically for a solid 90 minutes, Travis seamlessly moved between a stationary platform and a hovering podium, captivating fans with his dynamic performance style.