Watch a Couple Get Married at a Taylor Swift Concert


Renee Hurtado and her fiance Max Bohman turned their visit to a recent Taylor Swift concert into an unforgettable event by getting married in the middle of the show.

While the interlude of Swift’s poem “Seven” was playing in the speakers before moving on to “Invisible String” at the singer’s second concert in Glendale, Hurtado and Bochman exchanged vows and kissed, sealing their marriage, which was concluded by a dedicated friend.

Hurtado told Rolling Stone magazine about the moment: “It was really exciting and exciting. I’m so glad we did it. It was a really special time and the concert time was so wonderful.”

“We had almost the best place in the house,” she added. “It was a really wonderful experience,” she says. “Our section was so nice and supportive to us when they saw what we were doing.”

Watch a clip of this moment below.

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Speaking about the importance of Taylor Swift in her rise, Hurtado said: “She definitely makes up my whole life. Any Swift will understand the need and want to include Taylor Swift in their marriage. She has the best love songs that you dedicate to your spouse. She really is the soundtrack of my life and is very important to me.”

Hurtado also revealed that the couple plans to hold a wedding reception in March next year, where she will walk to the aisle under “Invisible String” and the couple will arrive at the party under “Don’t Blame Me” from “Reputation”.’.

Hurtado also said that team member Taylor Swift gave the couple a guitar pick to celebrate the occasion. Taylor Swift has not yet reacted to the wedding, but she liked the video that captured this moment in TikTok.

Taylor Swift recently started her “Eras” tour in Glendale, where she debuted with a 44-song set that lasted more than three hours. In a review of the show , NME wrote: “More than anything, Swift’s launch show was a reminder of the relationship she has forged with her loyal fans over the past fifteen years.”


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