In recognition of Taylor Swift's visit to Houston, audacious acts keep happening.
The pop star will perform her sold-out The Eras Tour concerts at NRG Stadium (Taylor's Version) on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The City of Houston announced that City Hall will light up in a Lavender Haze beginning at dusk for all three evenings the popstar will be performing her sold-out shows.
A song by Swift, Lavender Haze, can be found on her tenth studio album, Midnights (2022).
According to a press release, "City Hall will illuminate Lavendar Haze at dusk in honor of the artist and her mother, Andrea Swift, a University of Houston alumna."
The City will light the municipal building at 901 Bagby for not just one but all three evenings while
the singer performs her sold-out concerts since there is no bad blood and to promote our Love Story.
Andrea Swift, who also attended Memorial High School, was a Houston native. Officials also welcomed Swifties to ride the newly rebranded METRORail Red Line (Taylor's Version) while at the concerts in the release.
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