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Champs Downtown’s ‘Taylor Swift Night’ Returns February 24

Grab your red lipstick and add “Shake It Off” to your pregame playlist. Taylor Swift night is coming back to Champs this week.

Following a tiring THON Weekend, Champs Downtown has a jam-packed week planned. Among the festivities is the long-awaited return of Taylor Swift Night, which is set to hit the Allen Street bar again on Thursday, February 24. 

Last semester, Campos hosted a Taylor Swift-themed party to celebrate the release of her new album, “Red (Taylor’s Version”. November’s festivities included specialty drinks, sales, and props placed throughout the bar.

Taylor Swift Night is just one of many events hitting Champs this week. DOSK, a DJ and producer from Philadelphia, will play on Friday, February 25, before all-day State Patty’s celebrations come on Saturday, February 26. Of course, brunch is back on the menu on Sunday, February 27.

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Megan Dougherty

Megan Dougherty is a sophomore majoring in English from Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. She loves making music, is slightly addicted to coffee, and can explain the backstory of every Taylor Swift song to you (whether you ask for it or not). Follow her on Twitter @megandoc13 if you enjoy bad jokes and hearing about her niche interests.

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