Taylor Swift officially launched her Eras World Tour over the weekend, and it’s no surprise that it’s one of the only things people are talking about right now! Even Kelsea Ballerini stopped her own concert to ask the crowd about Taylor’s setlist.
After a 44-song performance, Taylor’s fans definitely left with more than they ever expected from the tour — but two fans left with just a little more to rave about.
During Swift’s second round performing at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, kicking off her highly anticipated Eras Tour, two fans decided to cease the opportunity and make the most out of their incredible night — by getting married in the crowd.
@rene_hurtado Just Married Story time coming soon! We are so tired from the excitement and are enjoying this time! @taylorswift @taylornation #glendaletstheerastour ♬ original sound – René Hurtado
Dedicated fan, Rene Hurtado and her husband Max said “I Do” with a guest list of 70,000 people in the stadium while Swift’s concert was taking place. Rene revealed in a TikTok that they had been debating on eloping since 2022, only to come to terms that they are able to make their own rules when it comes to their wedding.
“She’s definitely my whole life. Any Swiftie would understand the need and want to bring Taylor Swift into your marriage,” she explains. “She has the best love songs dedicated to your spouse. It really is the soundtrack of my life and very important to me.”
Story Time Part 1, more parts coming but i have to go to work lol♬ original sound – René Hurtado
René and Max reportedly exchanged their vows during the performance of “Seven” and before “Invisible String,” a song that holds significant meaning for them. René mentioned that they had the privilege of sitting in the front row, giving them the best place for the ceromony.
The couple has been together for 9 years and engaged for a year and a half. A member of Swift’s team saw what was happening in the crowd and kindly gifted them a guitar pick as a memento of the one-of-a-kind moment.
Could this be the beginning of concerts becoming the trendiest wedding venues?