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‘A Taylor Swift Rave’ Coming to Downtown San Francisco

Written by Nick VeroninPublished Nov. 21, 2022 • 5:24pm
Sabrina Carpenter (left), Taylor Swift (center) and Rosé (right) attend a VMA Afterparty in New York City on Aug. 28, 2022. | Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

Swifties rejoice! If you missed your chance to nab tickets to The Eras Tour—which sold out instantaneously last week—you can still shake it off to all of Tay Tay’s biggest hits at the recently announced “Taylor Rave,” which comes to San Francisco’s August Hall on Feb. 3. (See the flyer below the info box.)

No … Taylor Swift will not, in all likelihood, be there. Nevertheless, Candi Pop Presents, the production outfit behind the party, promises “a night full of Taylor Swift originals, remixes, lasers, neons, balloons and more!”

Best of all, early bird tickets are going for just $20—a steal compared to the $600 some are asking on the secondary market for seats in the nosebleeds for Swift’s official July 28 and 29 concert at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.

Taylor Rave: A Taylor Swift Rave

📍 August Hall | 420 Mason St., San Francisco
🕑 10 p.m.
☎️ (415) 872-5745
🎟️ $20

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