Kourtney Kardashian Wears Black Mini Dress With Travis Barker For Avril Lavigne Concert

Kourtney Kardashian Wears Black Mini Dress With Travis Barker For Avril Lavigne Concert

On Friday, engaged couple Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker got dressed up for a night at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, where Avril Lavigne was performing to promote her new album Love Sux. The adorable pair look fashionable and sexy, neither one leaving much to the imagination with their looks.

Kardashian was wearing a short, skintight velvet dressed with bell sleeves and a mock turtle neck. Her legs were even more emphasized by a pair of black, thigh high boots with a tall heel.

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Barker was shirtless, and decorated mainly by his many colorful tattoos. He wore a navy beanie and a pair of low-slung shiny black pants over black shoes. He added a touch of color with a red belt and carried his white drumsticks in one hand as they walked, his arm slung across Kardashian’s shoulders. Her only accessory were crimson nails, and she kept her make up and sleek bob simple.

The couple met with their friends Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, who are also newly engaged, at the show. Machine Gun Kelly made an appearance on stage himself and is featured on the album for Lavigne’s second track on the album titled “Bois Lie.” He wore a graphic print t-shirt in pink and black to match his newly dyed hair, in a dusty rose.

Barker, who co-produced the song, was also playing on stage while Lavigne sang and Machine Gun Kelly shot off a bottle of champagne, hitting fans in the front row with sparkling wine.

avril lavigne performs live at the roxy for siriusxm and pandora's small stage series in los angeles

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Barker and Kardashian have been planning their wedding, a source told the Daily Mail.

“[Kourtney] doesn’t want any details of her wedding getting out as she wants it to be a surprise to guests,” the insider said. “It’s going to be a fairy tale wedding for sure, though.”

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