Tom Petty Announces Huge, And Possibly Last, Tour Plans

Tom Petty Announces Huge, And Possibly Last, Tour Plans 

Posted: 6:38 am Monday, April 24th, 2017

By Aaron

Tom Petty is hitting the road to celebrate 4 amazing decades with the Heartbreakers. He’s not only lined up a bunch of tour dates, but he’s got some special guests up his sleeve as well.

One of those confirmed guests is none other than classic rock icon, Joe Walsh!

The tour kicked off this last weekend in Oklahoma City and it looked nothing short of rockin’

Tom will work his way around the south, mid, and north east before making it’s way west with those dates expected to be announced sometime soon.

Although Petty has hinted that the 40th anniversary shows might serve as his final extended tour trek, guitarist Mike Campbell isn’t ready to stop — and he doesn’t think Petty is either.

“Tom is really happy. The band is playing great. I think we’re sounding better than we’ve ever sounded, and we’re inspired,” said Campbell prior to the tour’s launch. “It’s very exciting for us. And the band is really rising to the occasion and everybody is in a great place right now. I think we can keep going for awhile.”

Unfortunately for us, the closest the tour gets is Tampa and West Palm.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ 40th Anniversary Tour:
4/20: Oklahoma City, Okla. – Chesapeake Energy Center
4/22: Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Arena
4/23: Little Rock, Ark. – Verizon Wireless Arena
4/25: Nashville, Tenn. – Bridgestone Arena
4/27: Atlanta, Ga. – Philips Arena
4/29: Houston – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
5/2: Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center
5/5: West Palm Beach, Fla. – Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
5/6: Tampa, Fla. – Amalie Arena
5/8: Memphis, Tenn. – Fedex Forum
5/12: St. Louis – Scottrade Center
5/13: Indianapolis, Ind. – Klipsch Music Center
5/29-30: Morrison, Colo. – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
6/2: Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
6/3: St. Paul, Minn. – Xcel Energy Center
6/5: Des Moines, Iowa – Wells Fargo Arena
6/7: Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center
6/9: Pittsburgh – PPG Paints Arena
6/10: Cleveland – Quicken Loans Arena
6/12: Cincinnati – US Bank Arena
6/14: Hartford, Conn. – Xfinity Theatre
6/16: Newark, N.J. – Prudential Center
6/17: Hunter Mountain, N.Y. – Mountain Jam Festival
6/29: Chicago – Wrigley Field
7/1: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Arena
7/2: Canandaigua, N.Y. – CMAC Performing Arts Center
7/5-6: Milwaukee, Wis. – Summerfest
7/18: Clarkston, Mich. – DTE Energy Music Theatre
7/20: Boston – TD Garden
7/23: Baltimore – Royal Farms Arena
7/26-27: Queens, N.Y. – Forest Hills Stadium