Taylor Swift is a big name in the English pop industry. The singer has been one of the leading stars of the industry for a very long time. And with this, she also has a massive fan base that is pretty unmatched. And because of this, a street will now be named after Taylor.
If you are a part of the massive fan base of Taylor known as Swifties and want to know more about the street names after your favorite singer, then this article is for you. Scroll down further to know more about it.
Taylor Swift is right now in Arlington, Texas where the singer is going to perform this weekend. The city decided to celebrate the weekend with Taylor by temporarily naming a street after her.
As she is going to perform in the AT&T stadium, a street near the stadium that goes by the name Randol Mill Road has been temporarily named Taylor Swift Way.
Why did the city decide to name a full-on street after her? Did Taylor Swift respond to it? What was her reaction? If you have the same questions in mind then you will find the answers here. Keep on reading the article to know more about it.
Texas Named Their Street ‘Taylor Swift Way’ for the Taylor Swift’s Weekend Concert.
Taylor Swift has earned a name in the world with her talents and hard work. And this hard work plus talent is often repaid through various kind gestures. This time, a whole street has been named after the British singer. Yes, you read it right.
Arlington, Texas named a street near the AT&T stadium where Taylor Swift is going to perform, Taylor Swift Way. But it is not a permanent change. The street is temporarily named after Taylor for her weekend concert in the city. After that, the name will go back to Randol Mill Road.
More About Taylor’s Arlington Show.
Seems like Arlington, Texas has been waiting for Taylor for a long time as the city is rewarding the singer with more and more gifts. Arlington didn’t just rename a street by Taylor’s name but also gave her the key to the city.
Apart from this, the city will also be lighting up the four-story steel sculptures in front of City Hall in bright red lights for the weekend in honor of Swift’s arrival.