Travis Barker thanked wife Kourtney Kardashian for being by his side at the beginning in a series of tribute shows to the late Foo drummer Taylor Hawkins.

"Thank you for joining me on such a special night I love you my wife," Barker, 46, wrote in the photos Kardashian 43 uploaded of her during their concert in London on Saturday evening.

The "Kardashians" star captioned her post with a hawk emoji, in reference to Hawkins the nickname of her character, The Hawk.

Lovebirds who came dressed with black and graphic T-shirts, and accessories were able to hold hands and snuggle in close proximity during the tribute performance.

Barker was also among the many icons of music who performed along with the members who survived the Foo Fighters to pay homage to their drummer who passed away.

"TAYLOR HAWKINS FOREVER," Barker added a caption of him playing the last notes of the band's hit song from 1997 "Monkey Wrench."

In the end, among the many stars who came out on stage, it was Hawkins son, 16 years old, Oliver Shane Hawkins, who took the spotlight.

Oliver took to the stage and performed on the drums while the group performed their smash track "My Hero."

"He's a member of our family ... I think it makes sense that he's going to come up and play with us tonight," the lead artist David Grohl said while introducing the youngster.