There is now a 12-acre corn maze in the shape of Taylor Swift’s face at Maryland’s Summers Farm Harvest Festival.
The 2.5-mile labyrinth features the 25-year-old pop star’s likeness holding a microphone with the words “dare to be different” carved above her head.
“Taylor Swift emanates a fun and positive image for today’s young people,” Teresa Summers Greenwood, owner of Summers Farm, said in a statement. “Swift’s generosity toward charitable causes is one thing, but perhaps more importantly, she dares to be different, embracing the power to be all that she can be…and encouraging her fans to do so as well.”
T. Swift herself shared a picture of the attraction on her Instagram on Sunday with the caption, “Lawn goals.”
The festival’s website suggests that it’s possible to solve the maze in 30 minutes, but warns that you could also end up stuck in it for a couple of hours. It opens to the public on September 26th.
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