Taylor Swift performs during her '1989' World Tour at ANZ Stadium on November 28, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.
CNN  — 

Chicago’s got bad blood.

Taylor Swift fans and despondent singles alike will be able to visit a Swift-themed “breakup bar” this Valentine’s Day in Chicago.

The time-limited pop-up venue is named “Bad Blood” in homage to Swift’s song from her 2014 album 1989. Events organization BucketListers announced the pop-up on its Instagram Friday.

The “breakup bar” will be open from January 27 to February 26, according to the BucketListers website.

Swifties hoping to drown their sorrows will have to pay $20 for the experience, which includes a “welcome beverage,” says BucketListers. The pop-up is located at Chicago’s Electric Garden, a beer garden located in the city’s West Loop neighborhood.

“Whether you want to sing about your lover, those who were never yours, those you’re never getting back together with, or those who still have your scarf, this is the perfect place for you,” wrote BucketListers on the event page.

The event will also feature tarot card readers and a spinning wheel of cocktails.

Unfortunately, “Taylor will not be there,” BucketListers pointedly specified.