The show must go on.
Landon Barker hit the stage with Machine Gun Kelly at Madison Square Garden in New York City Tuesday night, just hours after his father, Travis Barker, was rushed to the hospital by ambulance in Los Angeles.
Landon, 18, and MGK, 32, performed their hit “Die In California” together, which is featured on the “Bloody Valentine” rocker’s “Mainstream Sellout” album.
“Does anyone in here ever feel lost sometimes?” MGK (real name: Colson Baker) asked the crowd of roaring fans.
“New York City, make some noise for Landon Barker!”
MGK and Landon did not address the news during the sold-out show, according to Billboard.
Meanwhile, Landon’s 16-year-old sister, Alabama Barker, was in LA by their father’s side.
“Please send your prayers 🥺,” she wrote via her Instagram Story.
She also shared (but quickly deleted) a post to her TikTok account, which captured the Blink-182 drummer, 46, lying on a hospital bed with his cell phone in one hand and Alabama’s hand clutched in the other.
As Page Six reported earlier Tuesday, Travis was photographed on a stretcher outside of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with his wife Kourtney Kardashian by his side.
Pics showed him being wheeled out of the ambulance, with the reality TV star’s security team following closely behind in a black Range Rover.
Travis and Kardashian, 43, first arrived at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center on Tuesday morning for an undisclosed health issue the Box Car Racer founder was experiencing, according to TMZ, who was first to report the news.
The outlet reported that the medical staff felt the musician needed additional care, which is why he was rushed to Cedars-Sinai.
Prior to his medical emergency, Travis tweeted, “God save me.” While it’s a reference to his 2022 song with Machine Gun Kelly (also off of “Mainstream Sellout”), many fans commented on the tweet’s eerie timing.
Reps for Travis and Kardashian did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
The newlyweds and their family members have yet to reveal why he was hospitalized.