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Taylor Swift pop-up "library" opens at The Grove in Los Angeles

Taylor Swift's "Tortured Poets Department" library opens at The Grove
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View of the Taylor Swift pop-up library at The Grove from SkyCal

Taylor Swift is entering her "poetry era" and wants you to be a part of it.

Fans are getting a unique look at her new album with a pop-up "library installation" at The Grove in Los Angeles through Thursday.

The singer partnered with Spotify to create a temporary art installation inspired by "The Tortured Poets Department," which comes out Friday, April 19.

Fans are encouraged to interact with the display and try to find clues having to do with lyrics and song titles from the upcoming album.

Some fans were lined up as early as 5 a.m., even though details about the pop-up were unclear. People we talked to didn't seem to mind, saying they were just happy to share the experience with others.

"Its just the community that we came here, we traded bracelets, we got to see everybody and we're so excited to see what could happen," said Rebecca Bannister.

The announcement, made Monday on the official Instagram fan site, @taylornation offered few details but said the singer will not be present and that access to the event is limited. 

The display will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 16, through Thursday, April 18.  

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