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Taylor Swift’s Speak Now Tour Exhibit Kicks Off
Taylor Swift might be working on a new album, but she is still on her after-tour glow! In fact, and so is the world. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee just opened the Speak Now Treasures From The World Tour exhibit from now until November 4th. It will feature outfits, props, instruments and other items from her record shattering tour. They decided to open it up on her 6 year anniversary of her first single release, “Tim McGraw”.
I am so wanting to visit it! Too bad I cannot go, but it does sound like a fun exhibit to see. I am sure Taylor must be feeling proud to have her items from tour up on display for thousands to see. I think it will certainly drive traffic to the museum that is hosting it. I personally think it sounds like one of those fun stops that tourist should make just so you can see exhibits such as this one. The only thing that I do think that we should be concerned about is security. They are likely worth a decent chunk of money and people might try to steal these items to sell. I would think that the museum is aware of that and would be extra secure at the site of her exhibit, but since I didn’t read anything along those lines I feel like we should say it.
Do you plan to visit the exhibit? I wish that I could, but I sadly do not have the means to make it happen. I do think that Taylor should feel proud over it and it does mean she has reached legend status to a degree. I know some people may feel as if it she hasn’t been around long enough for that, but her record breaking history puts her up along the same par as the legends who have been working longer than she has. Or at least that is how I see and feel it. She certainly has proven herself now and why not allow fans to see a piece of history from her career? I see nothing wrong with it and if I was her, I would feel very honored by the exhibit.
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