The Last Live Performance Of Tom Petty

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Before Tom Petty’s death due to heart attack, his show at the Hollywood Bowl was his last ever live performance. The last two songs he ever played were, “You Wreck Me,” and his classic hit, “American Girl.”

Check the video and the setlist below.

The rock icon even had final words for his audience: 

 “I wanna thank you for 40 years of a really great time”

A week later, after finishing a three-night show at the Hollywood Bowl for their 40th-anniversary tour – he would pass away, after suffering a cardiac arrest on the morning of Oct. 2, 2017, at the age of 66. 

What you’re about to watch below is the final performance of Tom Petty with crowds cheering as they finish and stayed to sign some autographs. 

His final words to his audience before he walked off the stage:

“God bless you! Goodnight!”

Keep going for the video below:

Tom Petty’s setlist during the night:

Rockin’ Around (With You)
Mary Jane’s Last Dance
You Don’t Know How It Feels
Forgotten Man
I Won’t Back Down (dedicated song to Jon Scott)
Free Fallin’
Don’t Come Around Here No More
It’s Good to Be King
Crawling Back to You
Learning to Fly
Yer So Bad
I Should Have Known It
Runnin’ Down a Dream

You Wreck Me
American Girl