Hillsborough County Superintendent Uses Taylor Swift Lyrics To Warn Students Not To Skip School For 'The Eras Tour'
Taylor Swift's musicmay inspire passion and enthusiasm in her legions of fans, but for students in Hillsborough County, Florida, the prospect of attending her 'The Eras Tour' concert on a school night prompted a stern warning from Superintendent Addison Davis. The Hillsborough County Superintendent uses Taylor Swift lyrics to warn students not to skip school for 'The Eras Tour'.
Let's take a closer look at how this letter captured the attention of Swifties around the world.
Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" took over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on April 13th, which happened to be a school night. This led Hillsborough County Superintendent Addison Davis to send out a letter of caution to students, written in a language only Swifties could understand.
The letter was filled with references to various Swift songs and let students know that an absence to attend the concert would not be excused. "I understand I am the 'Anti-Hero' here, and 'Call It What You Want,' but 'You're on Your Own Kid' if you think being a Swiftie is a good excuse for missing important instruction," the note read.
You know 'All Too Well' you 'Should've Said No' to attending a Thursday night concert, especially one from an artist who is known for putting on a three-hour AMAZING show.- Hillsborough County Superintendent Addison
The letter was shared on Reddit, where it quickly went viral, with Swifties from around the world praising Superintendent Davis for his clever use of Swift lyrics to get his point across. And while the letter was clearly intended to discourage students from skipping school to attend the concert, it also highlighted the enduring appeal of Swift's music and the passion of her fans.
Swift herself even responded to the letter, sharing a screenshot of it on her official Instagram account and expressing her appreciation for Superintendent Davis's clever use of her lyrics. "This is my kinda town, Tampa. And this is my kinda school superintendent," Swift wrote in the caption. "Thanks for your amazing letter and your thoughtful approach to promoting education."
The response to the letter is just another example of the power of music to bring people together and inspire creativity and imagination. As Swift's tour continues to make its way across the country, it's clear that her music will continue to touch the hearts of fans both young and old.
In conclusion, Superintendent Davis's letter to students is a clever and creative way to encourage them to stay in school while also acknowledging the enduring appeal of Taylor Swift's music.
Swift's "The Eras Tour" promises to be a memorable event for fans, and as the tour continues, it's clear that Swift's music will continue to inspire and uplift people around the world.