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Taylor Swift vs Harry Styles Party Night - Norwich on Friday 24th February 2023
I STAY OUT TOO LATE presents the TAYLOR SWIFT Vs HARRY STYLES PARTY NIGHT you really don't want to miss! Are you ...Ready For It?
We will make your Wildest Dreams come true as we give you an entire night dedicated to and based around the music of pop icons Taylor Swift & Harry Styles.
Expect to hear all the anthems, extended songs, artist's versions, those special album tracks you just don't normally hear in a club and more!
There are also lip sync competitions, prizes, optional fancy dress & audience props making this a night that you'll never forget.
It's time to stop Daydreaming and join other like-minded fans in a night of music from two of the biggest global pop stars of our time.
We can't wait to Meet you in the hallway beforehand and welcome you into our special world of unforgettable fun.
Check out one of our nights here: https://istayouttoolate.com/
Early Bird - £6
Standard Release - £7
Final Release £8
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This event is 18+
Taylor Swift and Harry Styles or any tribute acts will not be appearing in person. This is a club event with DJs playing homage and celebrating the music of Taylor Swift and Harry Styles.
Refunds will only be given if the event itself is cancelled. Refunds cannot be given if an event is postponed or rescheduled to another date, tickets purchased will still be valid and automatically transferred to the new date. If you are unable to attend the new date for any reason then you may resell or transfer your ticket to another person who can attend.
Music Genres:Cheesy Dance, Country/Americana, Emo, Indie Pop, Pop
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