Taylor Swift’s number-one video “Shake It Off” features Ballet West’s Swan Lake costumes.
“This is definitely my favorite costume of the entire shoot so far, this amazing ballerina outfit, and they’re all wearing it, and they look so beautiful,” said Taylor Swift of the Ballet West costumes.
The Swan Lake costumes are a marvel of craftsmanship, taking hundreds of hours just to produce one tutu. Swift’s team rented eight costumes, and the video now has over half-a-billion views on YouTube.
Now is YOUR CHANCE to own this one of a kind piece of art.
A winner will be randomly-selected on May 1, 2015. Opportunity Drawing tickets are available for $10 each below, in person at the Ballet West Boutique, or by calling 801-869-6919.
Thank you for your interest! This opportunity is now closed.
Opportunity Drawing Rules: For a suggested contribution of $10, you may participate in the opportunity to take home one of the Ballet West Swan Lake costumes that was worn in the Taylor Swift music video, Shake it Off, while also supporting Ballet West, its programming and educational outreach efforts. No more than 10,000 tickets are available. Limit 100 entries per person. No purchase necessary, and you need not be present at Ballet West’s Spring Event on May 1, 2015 to win. While supplies last, donations for the opportunity drawing may be made in person at select performances of Ballet West’s Swan Lake and at the Spring Event on May 1, 2015, online at balletwest.org/opportunity, or by contacting Ballet West at 801-869-6919. To enter without making a donation, please send your name, address, phone number and email address to Swan Lake Tutu Drawing, c/o Ballet West, 52 West 200 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84101. Entries are available to those 18 and older. Valid ID matching the name on the winning entry must be presented to claim prize. Prize will be mailed at the request and risk of the winner, but Ballet West is not liable for any loss or damages suffered. All entries have an equal chance of winning. Suggested ticket price contributions are not tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor regarding the individual circumstances. Thank you for your support.