A Taylor Swift-themed breakup bar is opening in Chicago, Illinois, in honor of this year’s “anti-Valentine’s season.”
In the period from February 3 to February 26, unlucky Swift fans will be able to visit the pop-up institution “Bad Blood”, where they will be able to ease their heartache with “cocktails, singing and creating memories.”
The event is hosted by Bucket Listers at the Electric Garden located on S Racine Avenue. General admission costs $22 (£17.82) per person (including a welcome cocktail). Several 90-minute slots are available every day.
“If you want to sing about your lover, about those who have never been yours, about those with whom you will never get together, or about those who still have your scarf, this is the perfect place for you,” the description says.
“Treat yourself to a photo opportunity and get ready for some champagne challenges.”
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Visitors will be able to enjoy an assortment of drinks inspired by Swift, reading Tarot cards, “Shake It Off Wheel Of Cocktails” and many others.
The Bad Blood Bar is open to people over the age of 21 and is suitable for private parties. Organizers have confirmed that Swift will not be attending. You can join the waiting list and find more information here.
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Taylor Swift released her 10th studio album “Midnights” last October. In a four—star review, NME wrote: “[The record] will probably show Swift at her most candid, taking us through all sorts of revelations that come to light —or can be voiced – only in the wee hours.
“After a foray into another sound world, when Swift returned to pure pop music, she still shines.”
As for other news, Taylor Swift recently made a surprise appearance at one of The 1975 shows in London. She made her live debut with the “Midnights” single “Anti-Hero” before doing a cover of the Manchester band’s “The City”.