If you’re a huge Taylor Swift fan, then your favourite part of any night out to the club is when one of her tunes comes through the speakers, right? Well, if you’re bored of waiting for the music sensation’s vocals to fill your ears during your clubbing endeavours, then you’ll probably like Swiftogeddon, the night club event in which Swift’s music is the only thing that plays all night.
Billing itself as a place for “fans to come together and worship at the altar of Taylor Swift“, Swiftogeddon is the nightclub experience dedicated entirely to the music of the 9 albums and various singles of one the biggest selling artists of all time. No other artists feature- it’s just one long playlist of Swift. Whilst most of the songs are in their original form, the club has created several extended remixes of her songs, and the playlists also feature plenty of deep cuts that casual listeners might be less familiar with. However, the club does assure that the biggest hits and fan favourites will feature prominently as well.
The event first came to London in 2019, when it was originally meant to be a one-off fan gathering- but the organisers soon found the idea was immensely popular. It of course was absent for 2020, but now returns after a long wait and is proving to be highly sought after: tickets for Swiftogeddon venues in London and the rest of the country are being snapped up quickly- though booking for events early next year is still open.
"The whole experience is "Taylor made" for you, as the website calls it..."
One of the main benefits of a night out like this is of course that everyone else is going to be a ‘Swiftie’ too, and the atmosphere is described by many who’ve visited as very friendly and harmonious, full of people singing along into inflatable microphones to early hits such as “Our Song” to some of her latest material like “Cardigan”. The whole experience is “Taylor made” for you, as the website calls it.
If you consider yourself the biggest Taylor Swift fan in the world, and want to be in a room filled with other people who each also consider themselves the biggest Taylor Swift fan in the world, then mark this down in your diary...
With tickets mostly sold out, you’ll be hard pressed to be able to get into a Swiftogeddon club this year. However, the next date with the most availability in London is 12th March, at Troxy. So, if you consider yourself the biggest Taylor Swift fan in the world, and want to be in a room filled with other people who each also consider themselves the biggest Taylor Swift fan in the world, then mark this down in your diary, because you’re going to want to check out Swiftogeddon.