With frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in rehab, Green Day has postponed Sept. 28's show at the Fillmore in San Francisco, concert promoters said Monday.
No makeup date was available, but organizers said additional information would be coming soon. Concert promoter Live Nation said tickets purchased for the Sept. 28 show would be honored on the new date.
On Green Day's website, the band's upcoming tour of intimate venues is listed as still on schedule. That tour kicks off Oct. 27 in New Orleans and includes a Dec. 1 show at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento, a Dec. 2 show at Grand Sierra Resort in Reno and a Dec. 4 stop at the Santa Cruz Auditorium.
The news comes in the wake of Armstrong's widely publicized,
"One minute left, one minute (expletive) left. You're gonna give me (expletive) one minute? ... I'm not (expletive) Justin Bieber, you (expletive)," he said.
Afterward, the band released a statement apologizing.
"Billie Joe is seeking treatment for substance abuse," said the statement. "We would like everyone to know that our set was not cut short by Clear Channel and to apologize to those we offended at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. We regretfully must postpone some of our upcoming promotional appearances."
It was not
Armstrong was hospitalized in early September in Italy, for what was rumored to be both dehydration and stomach problems, but the band has made several appearances since then.
Green Day is due to release the album "Uno" on Sept. 25. It is the first in a trilogy of albums; the second, "Dos," is to be out in November, with "Tres" slated for release in January.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.