- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Fans of Taylor Swift in the Lone Star State may never have envisioned this in their “Wildest Dreams.”

The State Fair of Texas in Dallas this fall will include a Taylor Swift Experience exhibit “showcasing memorable performance costumes, tour photos, and instruments” played by the 26-year-old musician.

The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles previously displayed the exhibit from December 2014 to early October 2015 — five months longer than had been planned originally according to Miss Swift’s official website.

“Regardless of age or musical preference, visitors will gain a better understanding of Taylor’s achievements that led her to super-stardom and her impact on the entertainment industry worldwide,” a news release by the State Fair of Texas promised.

While fans of Miss Swift may make it a squad goal to trek down to the Big D for the exhibit, the singer herself is not among the 24 scheduled free performances on the fair’s main stage.

Loyal Swifties whose fandom dates back to the artist’s country music roots, however, may particularly enjoy the fair’s free concert lineup which boasts artists such as “Nashville Star” alumna Kacey Musgraves and Cody Johnson, a former rodeo rider turned singer from the small town of Sebastapol, Texas.

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