It's fitting, I think, that one of the biggest stars in the world would be featured in a space (pun intended) designed to highlight stars, planets, and things to do with heavenly bodies.

If you have a Taylor Swift fan in your household, or perhaps you're one yourself (no judgment here) listen up!

Starting the first Sunday in April, and playing each Sunday through the month, the Maynard Jordan Planetarium (on the University of Maine Orono Campus) will feature a special program dedicated to Taylor Swift, arguably one of the most recognizable names in the entertainment world today.

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According to the Planetarium's website, the general admission for the show Enchanted: A Taylor Swift Musical Journey, is $9.

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Getty Images for TAS Rights Mana

"Taylor Swift is one of the biggest pop stars on the planet. With over 200 million records sold, a shelf full of Grammys, and an army of fans, Taylor Swift is an inspiration for generations. Enchanted: A Taylor Swift Musical Journey is a collection of her biggest hits set to stunning full dome imagery. “Blank Space”, “Love Story”, “Wildest Dreams”, “You Belong With Me” and many more will delight Swift fans!...Music programs may contain explicit lyrics, and are intended for adult audiences. "

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The Planetarium also warns that those with sensory issues or epilepsy may want to sit this one out. The show is full of bright lights and fast-moving images, which may be an overload or triggering for some with sensitivity.

The Enchanted: A Taylor Swift Musical Journey runs one hour, from 4 PM to 5 PM every Sunday in April.

You can purchase tickets by calling the Planetarium box office at (207) 581-1341 or online by clicking here.

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