LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 (UPI) -- Three and a half months after surviving a deadly plane crash, Travis Barker and D.J. AM will headline a New Year's Eve party that will span 10 U.S. cities.
Barker and D.J. AM, whose real name is Adam Goldstein, suffered serious burns when the Learjet in which they were riding crashed in South Carolina Sept. 19. The crash killed four other passengers.
New Year's Nation, which describes itself as "a high-end events and promotions company," announced Monday it has booked the rocker and the disc jockey for its nationwide New Year's Eve party.
The main stage will be in Los Angeles at The Lot and the show will be streamed live in high-definition quality on the Internet at newyearsnation.com, and broadcast live through NYN-TV to New Year's Nation parties in Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Portland and Seattle to see TRVSDJAM's performance and dance to their music.
"I'm glad our first show back is here in L.A. on New Year's Eve. I've never been 10 places at once before," D.J. AM said in a statement.
"I'm ready to get back on stage with AM and continue to rock the house," added Barker.