Carlos Santana invaded Tampa Bay with his soulful guitar skills and Latin flavor.

The crowd packed into a lower bowl show at the Amalie Arena and swayed to every tune played. After the first few songs, Santana told the crowd that he was there for a few hours to take all their worries away and forget about all the sh** going on in the world. Let’s enjoy the night, he yelled while crowds cheered him on to his next tune.

Watching him play, it’s hard to believe that he is indeed 70-year-old. He to this day remains to be one of the most aggressive guitar players in the music industry. In every song, you’re reminded he’s still got it as he tears through a solo or slows things down with his soulful pure notes. Clearly, no one plays like Carlos Santana.

Jin-go-lo-ba (Babatunde Olatunji cover)
Evil Way (Willie Bobo cover)
A Love Supreme (John Coltrane cover)
Love Makes the World Go ‘Round (Deon Jackson cover)
Total Destruction to Your Mind / Dancing In The Street / Proud Mary / Satisfaction / Day Tripper / Total Destruction to Your Mind
Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen
Oye como va (Tito Puente cover)
Samba pa ti
Incident at Neshabur
Mona Lisa
Corazón espinado (Santana feat. Maná cover)
Maria Maria
Foo Foo
Soul Sacrifice
Guajira

Encore:
Smooth (band introductions)
Roxanne (The Police cover)
Love, Peace & Happiness (The Chambers Brothers cover)
The Highest Good