The Boss wouldn't leave New York City hanging.
Not only will Bruce Springsteen swing back around on his U.S. tour to make up the Madison Square Garden show that was canceled by Winter Storm Jonas last weekend, he's added two new dates at the Barclays Center on April 23 and 25. They go on sale Friday morning at 11 a.m. Tickets for the Jan. 24 MSG concert will be honored for the rescheduled stop on March 28.
Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently on the road for the first time in two years playing their 1980 album "The River" in its entirety over a three-hour show. At the tour's opening night in Pittsburgh, Springsteen described why the album's significance: "This was the record where I was trying to find out where I fit in.”
At that same show, he played "Rebel Rebel" as a tribute to David Bowie: