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Taylor Swift fans hosting Coachella-style music festival in October

Kristofer Purnell - Philstar.com
Taylor Swift fans hosting Coachella-style music festival in October
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MANILA, Philippines — Fans of Taylor Swift will be holding a special music festival inspired by the award-winning singer-songwriter a day after she releases "1989 (Taylor's Version)."

Local Swifties group Club Red PH will host "Swiftchella 1989: A Swiftie Outdoor Fest" on October 28 in McKinley Whiskey Park, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. the following day.

Club Red PH is inviting fellow Swifties to celebrate the release of "1989 (Taylor's Version)" and Swift's entire discography all night long and, because of such close proximity to Halloween, to dress up in Swift-inspired outfits.

Attendees will get exclusive Swiftie freebies, a raffle ticket for an album giveaway, opportunities to buy merchandise from local Swiftie businesses, and two cups of Charles & James whisky exclusive Swiftie cocktail.

VIP ticket — which sold out in less than 48 hours — holders will get exclusive access to Mckinley Whisky Park's recreational facilities, early entry to the venue, special freebies, and an option to have a reserved seat. All ticket holders will have food options at varying stalls that will be set up.

Club Red PH is also teasing special guest performances at the festival, which may include the viral drag sensation Taylor Sheesh.

The "Eras Tour" may not stop by the Philippines, but Filipino Swifties won't let that stop them from celebrating their favorite artist!

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