There’s a Taylor Swift Candlelight Tribute Concert & It’s Almost Sold Out — Here’s How to Get Tickets

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Want to hear Taylor Swift’s music under the gentle glow of candlelight? Nothing beats the Eras tour, but if you’re looking for a non-conventional way to experience the Grammy winner’s song catalog, then you might want to attend this candlelit musical tribute to the pop star launching in New York and Los Angeles next month.


Fever’s Candlelight: A Tribute to Taylor Swift will take place at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn on Friday, Nov. 17. The event will feature the Highline String Quartet, with shows offered at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.

“Shake It Off,” “Cardigan,” “Love Story,” “Blank Space,” “Enchanted,” “Wear Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “Invisible String,” “All Too Well,” “Wildest Dreams,” “Lover” “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “You Belong with Me” are included on the tentative performance list.

Tickets for Candlelight: A Tribute to Taylor Swift are selling out, so act fast to secure your spot. If you miss the chance to get tickets for Nov. 17, there’s another show planned for Jan. 12, 2024.

Prices range from $35-$65, although most of the cheaper tickets are sold out. Tickets are also available for concerts in Philadelphia, Connecticut and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (there’s also a Broadway Sings Taylor Swift event in New York on Nov. 13 and Nov. 21. Get tickets here.)

West Coast Swifties can also buy tickets to the candlelight concert tribute taking place in Los Angeles next month. Candlelight Koreatown: A Tribute to Taylor Swift Los Angeles will be held at the historical Immanuel Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Nov. 18. Tickets are priced from $40-$70.

Fever’s Candelight Concerts series “brings the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations” that are usually not used for concerts.

Past and present candlelit concerts have featured tributes to Adele, Amy Winehouse, ABBA, BTS, Beyoncé, The Beatles, Coldplay and more.

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