Fresh off their concert at Fenway Park in Boston on Saturday night, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers brought their show to a sold out Cross Insurance Arena on Sunday night and delivered two hours of vintage classics and exciting new songs from "Hypnotic Eye."

After Steve Winwood and his band performed a strong blend of songs that spanned his early career with the Spencer Davis Group "I'm a Man" and "Gimme Some Lovin," Traffic "Dear Mr. Fantasy," Blind Faith "Can't Find My Way Home," and "Higher Love, Petty and his band received a huge applause.

"How you doing? We finally got to Maine," Petty told the audience. "We're going to give you the full industrial strength rock and roll show tonight. Better tell your babysitters you're going to be out late."

Petty and his band seemed to feed off the energy they got from their Maine fans inside the renovated and intimate former Cumberland County Civic Center venue. Several times during the show Petty acknowledged how much they enjoyed playing there. "You guys are a real pleasure to play for here in Portland."

Sunday night's show also marked the first time the newly renovated Cross Insurance Arena hosted a concert with a star of Petty's magnitude and could signal the beginning of more big shows down the road.

In addition to playing many of the same songs they performed during the current tour, Petty and his band went further with "Into the Great Wide Open," "Yer so bad" from Full Moon Fever, "The Forgotten Man," "Woman in Love," "Follow the River" from Southern Accents and "You Get Me High" from Hypnotic Eye. He dedicated "Free Fallin'" to "all the couples out there."

After performing an encore that included "American Girl," Petty hung around on stage and signed a poster from one fan that read, "This is My 21st Petty Concert." He also signed a Maine license plate that read, "Tom Petty."

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