After they just brought the lead guitarist from pop-punk band Chin Up, Kid on stage to steal some chords from Matt Skiba, Blink-182 have now performed with another fan. This time, an Orlando concertgoer took Travis Barker's seat on drums and played “Always.”

As if that wasn't enough, this all happened after the show technically ended—which is why Travis Barker had left the stage. See footage below.

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At the beginning of the video, Mark Hoppus says, “You guys should really just go home at this point, for real—there's going to be traffic.”

Then he turns to the fan on drums and asks, “Do you really know how to play 'Always'?”

The fan nods, and Hoppus declares, “All right, we're going to play 'Always.'”

Blink-182 are finishing up their tour with Wavves and the Naked and Famous. They're also gearing up to release a deluxe version of California, which features 11 new songs.

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