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  • June 08, 2010
    Vancouver Show Recap
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers headed north of the border on Tuesday night for a highly anticipated appearance in Vancouver, British Columbia that rounded out the first week of the Mojo Summer 2010 tour.

    With a week til the release date, Canadians already appear to be familiar with Mojo - songs like "Running Man's Bible" and "Jefferson Jericho Blues" were not only appreciated by the packed house at General Motors Place, but also recognized. Fans sang along with Tom on "I Should Have Known It" and anticipated Mike Campbell's blistering guitar solo on "First Flash of Freedom."

    Despite the presence of new songs in the set, Tom and the band still get it up for the classics in their extensive catalog. "Don't Come Around Here No More" and "Refugee" slammed the door on the set before the band emerged for "You Wreck Me" to start the encore. By the time "Runnin' Down A Dream" hit, the crowd was in a frenzy. Another night of incredible rock 'n roll in the books.

    Check out the recently added event detail pages for photos, set lists and to add your own comments and show reviews. And, if you have pictures to share, you can upload those too.
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on Tue, 2010-06-08 17:00
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers headed north of the border on Tuesday night for a highly anticipated appearance in Vancouver, British Columbia that rounded out the first week of the Mojo Summer 2010 tour.

With a week til the release date, Canadians already appear to be familiar with Mojo - songs like "Running Man's Bible" and "Jefferson Jericho Blues" were not only appreciated by the packed house at General Motors Place, but also recognized. Fans sang along with Tom on "I Should Have Known It" and anticipated Mike Campbell's blistering guitar solo on "First Flash of Freedom."

Despite the presence of new songs in the set, Tom and the band still get it up for the classics in their extensive catalog. "Don't Come Around Here No More" and "Refugee" slammed the door on the set before the band emerged for "You Wreck Me" to start the encore. By the time "Runnin' Down A Dream" hit, the crowd was in a frenzy. Another night of incredible rock 'n roll in the books.

Check out the recently added event detail pages for photos, set lists and to add your own comments and show reviews. And, if you have pictures to share, you can upload those too.