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Promotional art of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour with multi-colored photos of her from past albums
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Saturday, January 14th  • Doors at 9 pm

When the country-turned-pop queen Taylor Swift says, “Meet me at midnight,” that’s what you do. (A 9 pm event start time is close enough, right?)

The “Taylor Night,” as Neumos’ talent buyer Evan Johnson called it when talking to me about the night, is a recurring event at the venue, thrown every other month for the past year, with no plans to stop. While the Taylor night usually features performances from local drag queens, Johnson said attendees can expect some additional performances from Seattleite Swifties and “a bunch of other surprises” during this upcoming “Eras Edition” of the dance night.

This Taylor night also brings a new Taylor Swift album played every thirty minutes, so Swifties will really be able to make the whole place shimmer with songs from Swift’s entire discography. All I’m left wondering is how danceable the evermore album is when it’s not just me jamming to “gold rush” in my room a la the “You Belong With Me” music video. Either way, it sounds like there will be something for every Swiftie there.

It’s been said before so I’ll just say it again: A night of Taylor Swift songs will never go out of style.

📸: Courtesy Republic Records | Taylor Swift

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Joslin (they/them) is a journalist and photographer whose work focuses on exchanges of energy between artists and fans. They believe in quietly supporting the local music scene and treating people with kindness, always! Follow them on Instagram and TikTok.

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