Taylor Swift urged to postpone LA shows as hotel workers strike

If a lot of "Swifties" go to Los Angeles this week to see Taylor Swift shows, they may find that a lot of hotel workers are on strike when they get there.

Since the beginning of July, 15,000 hotel workers who are part of a union have been going on rolling strikes.

On Thursday morning, the union said it would start striking again at four hotels near LAX and SoFi Stadium, where the Eras Tour shows will be held.

The union says that on Thursday morning, hundreds of cooks, room maids, cleaners, servers, bellmen, and front desk workers walked out of four hotels: Sheraton Gateway, Holiday Inn LAX, Westin LAX, and Four Points Sheraton.

This week, some officials from California wrote to Swift and asked her to stop her shows in Los Angeles, which run from Thursday to August 9.

The leaders said that Swift's shows would help the hotels they are fighting against make money.

Unite Here Local 11, the biggest hospitality union in Southern California, represents thousands of workers at 60 major hotels in Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Since the beginning of July, they have been carrying out their planned rolling strikes to try to make the pay of hospitality workers much better.

The strike has already hurt places like the Ritz-Carlton, JW Marriott LA Live, Beverly Hilton, Fairmont Miramar, Anaheim Hilton, and Four Seasons Regent Beverly Wilshire, which was the scene for the movie "Pretty Woman."

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