All weekend, Houston City Hall will be illuminated with 'Lavender Haze' in honor of Taylor Swift.

The audacious actions in honor of Taylor Swift's visit to Houston continue. The City of Houston announced less than two hours

before the first of three Houston Swift concerts this weekend that City Hall will be lit up in a Lavender Haze beginning at dusk for all

three evenings the popstar will be performing her sold-out The Eras Tour concerts at NRG Stadium (Taylor's Version) on Friday,

Saturday, and Sunday. Swift wrote the song Lavender Haze, which appears on her tenth studio album Midnights (2022).

"City Hall will illuminate Lavendar Haze at dusk in honor of the artist and her mother, Andrea Swift, a University of Houston alumna,"

officials announced in a press statement. "Because there is no Bad Blood, and to highlight our Love Story, the City will light up the municipal building at 901 Bagby for not one,

but three evenings while the singer performs her sold-out concerts." Andrea Swift grew up in Houston and attended Memorial High School. 

Officials also asked Swifties attending the shows to ride the newly rebranded METRORail Red Line (Taylor's Version) in the announcement.