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‘Are You Ready For It?’ A Taylor Swift Dance Party at The Suffolk

authorStaff Writer on Apr 10, 2024

With a DJ, 180-degree projections and more, The Suffolk presents Long Island’s first and only immersive Taylor Swift dance party aptly named “Are You Ready For It?” There will be two shows, first, one for all ages on Friday, April 26, at 8 p.m., and a second for ages 18 and up on Saturday, April 27, at 8 p.m.

Taylor Swift is undeniably one of the most popular and influential musicians of her generation, with a massive global fanbase spanning across all different ages. With albums consistently topping the charts and tours selling out all over the globe within minutes, the demand for her music has now yielded tribute performances and dance parties for fans who haven’t snagged a ticket to the real thing.

“Are You Ready For It?” plays all her biggest hits along with visuals projected on every “Blank Space” in the room, all the “Miss Americanas & Heartbreak Princes” can sing and dance to the tunes they know “All Too Well.”

The event will take place on two different nights, one for all ages and another for ages 18 and up, so everyone — including the littlest Swifties — can have fun. The parties will also feature Swift-themed specialty cocktails for the adults along with kid-friendly food and drink options for the little ones.

Tickets range from $35 general admission standing room to $59 for reserved table seating with wait service in the balcony at thesuffolk.org. The Suffolk is at 118 East Main Street, Riverhead.

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