This couple ushered in a new era of their lives together, saying “I do” at a Taylor Swift concert in a three-minute ceremony.
Rene Maria Avalos, 30, who goes by René Hurtado, and Maxwell P. Bochman, 32, were married at State Farm Stadium in Phoenix on the March 18 stop of Swift’s Eras Tour.
It was the perfect interlude between the pop star’s wardrobe change after her rendition of “All Too Well.”
“We knew that this was the best moment,” Hurtado told the New York Times.
The couple bought four front-row seats for around $1,000 each in Glendale, Arizona. They brought their two friends, Alicia Witmer, who served as bridesmaid and officiant, and her fiancé, Josh Wineriter, the Times reported.
The bride donned a white satin midi-length gown and veil, the groom donned a black tuxedo and both enhanced their bridal look with VIP Eras Tour pass laces that gave them early entry.
The vows were recited between the set shift from Swift’s album “Red” to the “Folklore” era, and the couple exchanged rings and kissed in the historic three-minute moment.
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Hurtado shared the moment of her wildest dreams on a TikTok viewed more than 7.3 million times.
“At first, none of the fans around us really knew what was going on, but after our first kiss, everyone erupted in cheers,” Hurtado told the Times. “They really created that moment for us with their support.”
The ultimate wedding favor? A member of Swift’s stage crew gifted the newlyweds one of the singer’s guitar picks and the “Lavender Haze” singer liked a fan’s wedding TikTok video a day later, according to the post.
Bochman proposed to her in September 2021 after seven years with Hurtado, whom she met while she was working at a Ghirardelli store in Stockton, California.