Astros, Taylor Swift avoid bad blood, move up Houston concert date

27 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Astros Move Taylor Swift Concert as Playoff Drought Nears End.

After announcing the tour dates for her 1989 World Tour last December, the Houston Astros announced via Twitter — and to much Internet laughter — that the original October 13 date would be subject to change should the team make the playoffs. Taylor Swift’s concert at Houston’s Minute Maid Park has been moved up a month to September with the ever-increasing possibility that the Astros will be playing in Major League Baseball’s postseason for the first time in 10 years.

Swift’s concert was changed to Sept. 9 from Oct. 13, the Astros said in a news release, ensuring a date that doesn’t “conflict with any potential postseason baseball.” At 55-45, the Astros have the fourth-best record in the American League and are one game behind the first-place Los Angeles Angels in the AL West division. With 62 games left in the regular season, the Astros are now in position for their first postseason berth since 2005, when they reached the World Series before losing to the Chicago White Sox.

Original tickets to the October 9th date will still be valid for the new date on September 9th, and refunds are available if the new date does not work for any fan trying to make the game.

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