Blink-182 Postpone Show After Deadly El Paso Shooting

Blink-182 Postpone Show After Deadly El Paso Shooting

Blink-182 postponed their Sunday El Paso show after the tragic shopping center shooting in the city that has now left 22 dead and several others wounded.

According to tweets from Mark Hoppus, the band was put on lockdown in the hotel they stayed at. Hoppus live-tweeted the events during the lockdown Saturday.

Blink 182 said via Twitter the band decided to postpone the concert to stand in “solidarity with the community.”

The shooter, 21 year old Patrick Crusius, is being treated as a domestic terrorist, held on a charge of capital murder and possibly federal hate crimes. A new concert date has not been rescheduled at this time.

Facebook