A club night dedicated entirely to Taylor Swift is heading to Leeds next weekend.
Swiftogeddon will be taking over Belgrave Music Hall for a night of back-to-back hits from the pop sensation.
Every song on the playlist will be either an original hit, a deep cut, or an extended mix of Taylor Swift’s massive back catalogue.
With nine studio albums under her belt (as well as those re-released versions), there’ll be plenty of bangers to go at.
The event organisers say: “Swiftogeddon is a night run by fans, for fans to come together and worship at the altar of Taylor Swift.
“The greatest songwriter of her generation? That’s not for us to say. But if it were, then we would say: absolutely yes. Who else has articulated the emotions of love, life and growing up better than Taylor, over the course of her nine amazing albums?
“Do you go to sleep at night dreaming of Shaking It Off? Did you go to both nights at Wembley on the Reputation tour? (We did.) Then this night is Taylor-made for you! Join fellow fans in a celebration of the genius of the Swift – because she’ll never go out of style.”
Gig-goers at Belgrave Music Hall will be treated to versions of hits like Shake It Off, Blank Space, … Ready For It?, and Lover, spanning all the way back to 2006.
Taylor is one of the most successful musicians of all time, earning 11 Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, 34 American Music Awards, 25 Billboard Music Awards and 56 Guinness World Records.
Swiftogeddon will take over Belgrave Music Hall on Saturday 14 May, from 11pm until 3am.
General admission tickets are priced at £10, plus a £1 booking fee, and are on sale now at eventbrite.co.uk.
Featured image: Swiftogeddon / Belgrave Music Hall