Blink-182’s Travis Barker leads 5K run and wellness event before show

Don’t call it growing up, but Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is giving fans a unique look at his pre-concert workout regimen and wellness-focused mindset as his punk band continues its One More Time tour.

Barker participated in the Run Travis Run, which began Saturday morning in the parking lot of the Kia Forum in the Los Angeles area and gave other cardio enthusiasts the chance to join him in a 5K run. Presented by Mascot Sports and Live Nation, the event also included fitness classes and mindfulness workshops, along with other activities and food vendors.

Also in attendance was Barker’s wife, Kourtney Kardashian, who was unable to keep up with Barker’s athletic pace during the 5K, but was joined by a couple of friends to lend support. Cameras were on hand to capture the occasion for her family’s unscripted Hulu series, The Kardashians.

Run Travis Run will also take place at Citi Field in Queens on the morning of July 21, and Blink-182 will perform at the venue that same evening. Run Travis Run events support the Boys & Girls Club.

Travis Barker attends Run Travis Run.

Casey Corrigan

“After my accident in 2008, over 70 percent of my body was burned,” Barker said in a statement. “Doctors told me I might never be able to walk or play drums again, so I set out to prove everyone wrong, including myself. What started with short walks turned into short runs every day.”

She continued, “Last year I ran my first half marathon and participated in a few 5K races. The running community is huge and I loved how everyone from all walks of life ran together and supported each other. This is what Run Travis Run was built on, and this is just the beginning.”

Later Saturday, Barker joined Blink-182 bandmates Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge for their concert at SoFi Stadium, adjacent to the Forum. According to a rep for the group, the sold-out show welcomed 80,000 guests and marked the highest-attended stadium performance to date for the band that is known for rock hits like “All the Small Things,” “I Miss You” and “One More Time,” the latter of which was released as a single last year from the group’s album of the same name.

Notable attendees at the show included Kardashian, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. The concert included the band performing a snippet of Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” in the middle of Blink-182’s song “Dammit.” (A recording of that moment can be seen in the video above.)

Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge, Travis Barker, and Mark Hoppus at SoFi Stadium

Clemente Ruiz