Tom Petty has a park named after him in Florida

Gainesville's Northeast Park was renamed Tom Petty Park in a ceremony this weekend

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Tom Petty now has a park named after him in his hometown of Gainesville, Florida.

In a ceremony this weekend attended by members of Petty’s family, Gainesville’s Northeast Park was renamed Tom Petty Park. Watch part of that ceremony below:


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