Taylor Swift’s next stop on her Eras Tour is Nashville — her hometown, where she moved to at the age of 14 to pursue her career in music.
And now, as reported by PEOPLE, the city of Nashville is thrilled to welcome Taylor for her “homecoming weekend,” as she will perform her tour this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
“In recent months, cities nationwide have welcomed Taylor Swift into their backyards, but here in Nashville we are honored to welcome her back to her own,” Mayor John Cooper told the media.
Find out how Nashville is preparing for the arrival of Taylor Swift.
Taylor Swift is welcome to Nashville
According to PEOPLE, the mayor of Nashville has issued a proclamation for the antihero hitmaker’s arrival in the city. Moreover, they also have a special park bench for her. Yes that’s right!
The park bench is located in Centennial Park with a plaque that reads, “For Taylor Swift.” A bench for reading on Centennial Park. Welcome home, Nashville.”
This is a direct tribute to her song Invisible Strings from her 2020 album Folklore. The song goes like this: “Green was the color of the grass / Where I read in Centennial Park / I always thought I’d meet someone there.”
Speaking of the bench, Mayor Cooper said, “This bench of honor in Centennial Park is more than just a place to sit. It is a monument to the longstanding relationship between Nashville and Taylor Swift and a reminder that she is always welcome home.”
In recent weeks, several cities have done their part to welcome the Grammy award-winning singer on her tour. Thus, Taylor began her tour in Glendale, Arizona, which was temporarily renamed Swift City in her honor.
In other news, Taylor Swift has made headlines for her rumored romance with frontman Matty Healy from 1975, a few weeks after her split from longtime beau Joe Alwyn.
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