Blink-182’s canceled Glasgow gig is explained after Travis rushed home with an “urgent family matter”.

BLINK-182’s canceled Glasgow performances were explained after Travis Barker rushed home to America.

Fans were left disappointed after the American rockers last minute rescheduled their two Hydro gigs on Friday afternoon.

Travis missed the band's Glasgow gigs to rush home and be with Kourtney


Travis missed the band’s Glasgow gigs to rush home and be with KourtneyPhoto credit: Getty
Some fans believed she had gone into labor


Some fans believed she had gone into laborCredit: Instagram/pierresnaps

The shows were canceled as drummer Travis Barker, 47, madly returned to the States over an “urgent family matter”.

Many speculated the return home was sparked by his pregnant wife Kourtney Kardashian, who is expecting their fourth child, the first with her rocker husband.

Some fans thought she went into labor while Travis was on tour with the band showed her baby bump in the last few weeks.

The reality star is understood to have been hospitalized as the musician raced around the world to be with her.

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However, rumors of the birth of their baby were quashed when the couple were spotted leaving an LA hospital while Kourtney was still pregnant.

It is understood that she is now back home and just happy to have her husband with her.

A source told People that Kourtney, who revealed the pregnancy on one of Travis’ shows, is “back home with her kids now” and feels “better and happy to have Travis home.”

The ‘All The Small Things’ stars have vowed to postpone their shows.

Two shows at Glasgow’s Hydro and performances in Belfast and Dublin had to be canceled due to family distress.

Blink-182 were due to play the European leg of their world tour this month before returning to America for two shows in Las Vegas.

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Emma James

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