By Eric Renner Brown
January 27, 2016 at 04:25 PM EST
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will float down The River longer than expected. The group announced Wednesday the revised date for their Madison Square Garden show — originally slated for Sunday, but postponed due to Winter Storm Jonas — along with 15 new shows.

While the second of Springsteen’s planned Madison Square Garden shows will occur as planned Wednesday night, the one initially scheduled for Sunday has been moved to March 28. The tour extension keeps The Boss on the road through May, rather than March, and brings him to a fresh slate of cities including Portland, Seattle, Denver, and Dallas. The new leg begins with an added third show at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, wraps its U.S. portion with two April gigs at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, and ends with a headlining performance at Lisbon’s Rock in Rio Lisboa festival.

The River 2016 tour features Springsteen as he plays through his 1980 double album of the same name — which recently received a detailed reissue — from top-to-bottom. To apologize for rescheduling Sunday’s Madison Square Garden gig, which was only the third of the tour, Springsteen released a free recording of his Jan. 19 Chicago show.

For more on The River 2016 tour, check out EW’s recap of its opening night in Pittsburgh.