The Candlelight series has become a staple when it comes to music that fuses classical melodies and contemporary artists. This season, Candlelight invites you to a very special tribute concert to a singer, who despite her young age, can already be labeled as iconic—Taylor Swift.
Whether you’re familiar with her albums topping the Billboard charts, her 11 Grammy wins or her songs being a transparent look into her personal life, Taylor Swift is undeniably one of the most influential pop artists of the world. Discover the music of Taylor Swift in Milwaukee at The Abbey at St James 1868.
Candlelight Concerts Milwaukee
Taylor is an absolute powerhouse, having released three albums in the last three years. She has snagged countless awards for her deeply personal songs and has finally embarked on her new year-long “Eras tour”. Unfortunately, she won’t come to Wisconsin, but not to worry, because these Candlelight concerts are the perfect additions to her tour as you’ll get to experience Tay’s songs in a whole different way!
Candlelight is featuring a talented string quartet who will be playing your favorite anthems, including “Lavender Haze”, “Blank Space”, “Love Story” and more under the gentle glow of candles. From the moment you step into the iconic The Abbey at St James 1868, you will be swept away by the sea of flickering candles. Candlelight is a magical experience that blends gorgeous venues, the glow of hundreds of candles, and the soothing sound of a talented string quartet.
Following its enormous success around the world—in cities like London, Manchester, Madrid, Barcelona, and Paris—Candlelight brings its unique experience to Milwaukee to pay tribute to one of the most popular pop stars in the world.
The Candlelight series takes place twice each night, with two back-to-back 65-minute performances. Whether you prefer rocking out to Taylor’s songs on your own, or with your friends, you’re guaranteed a great time!
Note: For the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.