Swifties, listen up: A Taylor Swift museum exhibit is coming to N.Y.C., curated by the queen herself. "The Taylor Swift Experience," a traveling exhibit of the Grammy Museum, will come to New York’s South Street Seaport from Nov. 18 through February 2017, according to a release.
The exhibit first opened at Los Angeles’s Grammy Museum in December 2014, delighting fans with an exclusive look at the woman behind the music, hand-crafted by Swift herself. From tour costumes from the Red Tour to handwritten lyrics for Swift’s hit, “22,” and even one of her 10 Grammy awards, the singer created an incredible behind-the-scenes experience for her fans.
The N.Y.C. exhibit promises to be even bigger, with tour costumes from last year’s 1989 World Tour, outfits from her iconic “Bad Blood” music video, the custom-built piano that she used during last year’s concerts, and a never-before-seen pre-Met Gala Louis Vuitton dress made for the star.
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We know, we’re freaking out too. Swifties, ask fast, because tickets are available now on ticketmaster.com for $9 each, and if the last exhibit is any indication, they’re sure to sell out.
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