We know this week has been hard for many Swifties. On November 15th, the pre-sale for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour opened — and the flood of Taylor Swift fans waiting in queues with thousands of others ahead of them created some issues on Ticketmaster. The ‘historically unprecedented demand’ caused the site to crash for many, forcing the ticket retailer to delay some of the pre-sales and leaving countless frustrated fans without tickets. For those of you who were unable to get your Taylor Swift Eras Tour tickets (or for those of you who were + are still looking for some extra T Swift), we have some good local news for you. Liberty Science Center, located at 222 Jersey City Boulevard in Jersey City, just announced that it will be hosting a Taylor Swift Laser Show in its planetarium from December 22nd through January 1st. The event will feature some of Taylor’s biggest hits from across her eras, complemented — of course — by a cool laser show. Read on to learn more about the Taylor Swift Laser Show at Liberty Science Center.
(Photo credits: @taylorswift)
About the Event
Liberty Science Center will be hosting a Taylor Swift Laser Show in the one and only Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, which — according to Liberty Science Center — is actually the biggest planetarium in America. The planetarium boasts “a resolution of 88 million pixels, a lighting system that can produce over 281 trillion colors, and speakers capable of producing 30,000 watts of digital sound.” We can’t imagine how cool this must be when paired with some classic T Swift songs.
Liberty Science Center took to social to announce plans for the upcoming event — and the team cleverly jumped on the Eras Tour Ticketmaster debacle to do so.
“Taylor Swift may have crashed Ticketmaster, but so far she has NOT crashed LSC.org!” the Instagram post reads.
The event will feature Taylor’s biggest hits — both past and present — playing alongside striking high-tech lasers. LSC warns that tickets will be limited for this event, so anyone interested in attending should grab their tickets while they’re still available (assuming Swifties haven’t already crashed this platform as well).
You can get tickets here, where you’ll be able to select an arrival time from a series of available options.
Liberty Science Center also hosts LSC After Dark, which are 21+ parties that take place in the museum twice a month (the first and third Thursdays of the month). One of the upcoming LSC After Dark dates, December 1st, will also feature the Taylor Swift Laser Show for those who want a special sneak preview before the event rolls out for real in late December. There will be a Prince Laser Show as well.
We hope this provides some solace for any disappointed Swifties out there.