A Taylor Swift-themed pop-up bar is coming to Chicago in the coming weeks offering the perfect anti-Valentine’s Day plan for unfettered singles shaking off any forlorn feelings of heartache.
The popular American singer-songwriter has no shortage of neither fans nor lyrics lamenting past relationships and could come at an opportune time for many young, wild, and free Swifties out there.
Taking over West Loop’s Electric Garden at 324 South Racine Street, the “Bad-Blood” pop-up (homage to her 2014 album 1989) will run from Friday, February 3rd through to Sunday, February 26th.
The pop-up is being organized by Bucker Listers who announced it via their social media channels last week stating “whether you want to sing about your lover, those who were never yours, those you’re never getting back together with, or those who still have your scarf, this is the perfect place for you.”
The Taylor Swift-themed Heartbreak Bar will feature photo opportunities, on-site tarot card readings, and a Shake It Off Wheel of Cocktails for those feeling down.
General Admission costs $22 per person for a 90-minute time slot and includes a welcome-themed cocktail.
Bad Blood is a 21+ event and will take place every day at Electric Garden at 324 S Racine Street in West Loop.
As it is not endorsed by, authorized by, sponsored by, or in any way officially connected with Taylor Swift the much-adored singer-songwriter will not be there herself.
More information can be found at bucketlisters.com/event/bad-blood-chicago.
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