Taylor Swift may be focused on pop music right now, but that doesn't mean that Nashville has forgotten about her. In fact, a show honoring Swift's newest album, 1989, is scheduled to take place in Music City next month.

On Feb. 5, Aubrey Peeples, Morgan Myles, Olivia Lane, Matthew Perryman Jones, Caroline Glaser, Zeke Duhon, Griffin House and Alanna Royale will take the stage at Nashville's City Winery for the tribute concert. The setlist will include both songs from Swift's record-setting project, as well as songs that were popular in the year 1989 (which happens to be Swift's year of birth).

Tickets for the show can be purchased through the City Winery website; they are available for $35 or $75. The concert is serving as a fundraiser for Musicians Corner, an outdoor concert series that is free to the public and held in both the spring and fall at Nashville's Centennial Park.

Swift wrapped up her 1989 World Tour late last year. She has no publicly announced future plans, music wise, but had said that she was considering taking some time off before her next album.

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