Grace turned on the Christmas lights and sang at the top of the Empire State Building for 13 couples who were there to get married..
Every year, the Empire State Building light's up for Valentine's Day. Since 1976 the Empire State Building’s tower lights have maintained a tradition of changing color to recognize various occasions and organizations throughout the year. (Empire State Building)
Flood lights illuminate the building on Valentine's Day with a pink and red glow that can be seen from just about anywhere in the city. Each year, couples from all over compete to exchange their vows at The Empire State Building on Valentine’s Day, the only day of the year weddings are allowed. The contest generally begins in December and requires a two minute video pitching why you and your love should be one of the 14 lucky couples chosen to exchange your nuptials at this historic landmark. (Old New York Tours)
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Reviews, Recaps, Behind the Scenes etc.
Grace's speech at Empire State Building
Grace Vanderwaal Timeline on Facebook
Grace has performed: 1 times at this venue, 53 times in this city, 165 times in this state, 370 times in this country
About This List
The list of performances includes every event where Grace has performed a song or part of a song for an audience (live or online) except very short snippets of songs. The list is based on information from many different sources and on valuable feedback from members of the VanderVault discussion forums. We would particularly like to thank Mike Kertok who’s impressive work on his Grace Vanderwaal Timeline has yielded information on performances we had not come across anywhere else.
The list is updated regularly. If you have any additions or corrections to the list, please send a mail with as many details as possible (and for corrections, with a reference to the performance-ID in the list) to email@example.com. Please be patient with the implementation of your suggestions, thanks.
A few notes on dates: The performance date will always be the day the performance was made public (for live performances = the actual performance date). If we know that a performance was recorded at an earlier date (fx for a tv- or radio-show), that date will be noted in the comments. If we know the month of a performance but not the day of the month, the performance is set to the first of that month. If we know the quarter/season (e.g., spring), the date is set to the first of that quarter. And if we only know the year, the date is set to the first of January. Whenever a performance is dated this way, there will be note about it in the comments.
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