Green Day has canceled a string of upcoming tour dates while frontman Billie Joe Armstrong completes treatment for substance abuse. The band’s remaining 2012 dates have been nixed, and its shows in January and February of 2013 have been postponed. A list of every affected date is below, with rescheduled shows supposedly being announced soon.

By way of consolation, the band has moved up the release date of Tre!, the third album in its ongoing trilogy. Though the record was originally scheduled to come out Jan. 15, it will now hit retail Dec. 11—just in time for the holiday buying season. Dos!, the second record in the trilogy, is due Nov. 9.

Nov. 26—Paramount Theatre—Seattle, Washington*
Nov. 27—Toyota Center—Kennewick, Washington*
Nov. 29—Salem Armory Auditorium—Salem, Oregon*
Dec. 1—Memorial Auditorium—Sacramento, California*
Dec. 2—Grand Sierra Resort—Reno, Nevada*
Dec. 4—Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium—Santa Cruz, California*
Dec. 10—Marquee Theatre—Tempe, Arizona*
Jan. 7—Resch Arena—Green Bay, Wisconsin^
Jan. 8—Allstate Arena—Rosemont, Illinois^
Jan. 10—Mohegan Sun Arena—Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania^
Jan. 11—Bryce Jordan Center—State College, Pennsylvania^
Jan. 13—Blue Cross Arena—Rochester, New York^
Jan. 14—Consol Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania^
Jan. 16—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York^
Jan. 18—Verizon Wireless Arena—Manchester, New Hampshire^
Jan. 19—Mohegan Sun Arena—Uncasville, Connecticut^
Jan. 21—Patriot Center—Fairfax, Virginia^
Jan. 22—Liacourias Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania^
Jan. 24—Dunkin Donuts Center—Providence, Rhode Island^
Jan. 25—Cumberland Civic Center—Portland, Maine^
Jan. 27—Colisee Pepsi Arena—Quebec City, Quebec^
Jan. 29—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario^
Jan. 30—Wolstein Center—Cleveland, Ohio^
Feb. 1—iWireless Center—Moline, Illinois^
Feb. 2—Alliant Energy Center Memorial Coliseum—Madison, Wisconsin^
Feb. 4—CenturyLink Arena—Omaha, Nebraska^
Feb. 6—1st Bank Center—Broomfield, Colorado^
Feb. 8—MGM Grand Garden Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada^
* cancelled
^ postponed