Afternoon Swift-Tea

With Friendship Bracelet Workshop

🎵 Calling all Swifties! 🎵

Embark on a magical journey through the eras of Taylor Swift’s iconic music at Congleton Museum’s Taylor Swift Themed Afternoon Tea and Friendship Bracelet Workshop!

🌟 4th June 2024 from 6pm – 7.30pm.

Indulge in a delightful afternoon tea filled with delectable sweet treats such as scones, cakes and biscuits with accompanying hot or cold beverage. 

But the fun doesn’t stop there! Unleash your creativity at our Friendship Bracelet Workshop, where you can craft your very own Taylor Swift-inspired friendship bracelets. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or simply looking for a fun afternoon activity, this workshop is perfect for Swifties of all ages and skill levels. Listen to Taylor Swift through the eras whilst enjoying the sweet treats and making friendship bracelets. All materials provided to make 1-2 bracelets each. 

12 tickets are available per event, bring a friend or come by yourself and meet fellow Swifties, this event offers a special opportunity for those who may have missed out on tickets to the ERAS Tour to experience a taste of Taylor Swift’s magic right here in Congleton.

Don’t miss your chance to sip, snack, and craft your way through an unforgettable afternoon filled with music and creativity. Book your tickets now and get ready to Swiftify your afternoon.

Limited tickets available. Reserve your spot today to avoid disappointment.

Please contact the museum at least 48 hours in advance of the event with any food allergies or dietary requirements. All tickets are non-refundable. Congleton Museum is a registered charity, funds raised from this event will help the museum to continue to preserve Congleton’s past for generations to come. 

12 tickets available per event only, attendees will be sat in a group on a table of 12, afternoon teas will be shared in groups of 4. No sandwiches will be served with the afternoon tea, there will be sweet treats only with accompanying drink. 

Tuesday, 4th Jun 2024, 18:00, 1 hr 30 mins
Congleton Museum