In order to give Travis Braker time to mourn due to DJ AM's death, Blink-182 have pushed back more dates of their on-going reunion tour.
After canceling Saratoga gig, Blink-182 are now putting on hold at least four concerts which are part of their reunion summer tour. "After much thought and consideration, blink-182 has rescheduled their next two shows in order for Travis Barker to mourn the loss of his dear friend Adam Goldstein [DJ AM]," it is announced.
The concert which was supposed to be held on September 2 at Blossom Music Center in Cleveland, Ohio is moved to September 30. Meanwhile, the show which was set to take place on September 3 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in St. Louis is re-scheduled for September 29 show.
"Shows in Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA have also moved to October 6th and 7th respectively. All previously purchased tickets will be honored and the band will resume their current tour on September 4th in Kansas City, MO," the announcement continues. "Travis, Mark [Hoppus] and Tom [DeLonge] would like to thank all their fans for their support during this difficult time."
Blink-182's last performance before the canceled and postponed concerts was on August 28 in Hartford, Connecticut where they broke to tears when delivering a tribute song called "Down" for DJ AM. Taking Weezer, Chester French and Taking Back Sunday on the road with them, this band kicked off the reunion gig on July 24 in Las Vegas.