Travis Barker dons a spiked hoodie as he arrives in Melbourne with his blink-182 bandmates Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge
Blink-182 are currently performing across Australia and will next play at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday.
Drummer Travis, 48, went incognito as he strolled through the arrivals lounge in a spiked black hoodie and matching pants.
The California-born musician completed his getup with striking sunglasses and looked focused as he strolled through the airport.
Vocalist Mark, 51, showcased his laidback style in a black jumper paired with matching tracksuit pants.
Blink-182 are currently performing across Australia and will next play at the Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday. On Monday, bandmembers Travis Barker (pictured), Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus were spotted at Melbourne Airport
He completed his get up with a black baseball cap and sunglasses and added a touch of style to his look with a black designer carry bag.
Meanwhile, guitarist Tom DeLonge, 48, looked to be in good spirits.
The San Diego native sported a black t-shirt paired with tan pants, and completed his look with an orange cap and a laptop bag.
Mark Hoppus showcased his laidback style in a black jumper paired with matching tracksuit pants. Pictured
For their latest World Tour, Blink-182 are only performing one concert per big city in Australia.
The trio will then jet over to New Zealand for their final shows in Auckland and Christchurch before they continue the rest of their World Tour.
Blink-182 last toured Down Under in 2013.
At the time, drummer Travis did not join the band due to his fear of flying, which stemmed from being a passenger in a fatal plane crash in 2008.
Brooks Wackerman, of Bad Religion and Avenged Sevenfold, filled in on the sticks.
At the time, the band said they attempted all measures to help Travis get over his fear of flying, but ultimately had to make the trip without him.
Meanwhile, guitarist Tom DeLonge, 48, looked to be in good spirits