Pop sensation Taylor Swift has a special treat in store for her fans, affectionately known as Swifties, as she announced that her highly acclaimed concert film, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” will be available for streaming starting December 13.
This coincides with the singer’s birthday, making it a double celebration for fans around the world.
The film, which originally premiered in October, made waves by setting a new record for concert-based movies.
Distributed by Swift herself through AMC theaters, it raked in an impressive $165 million domestically, solidifying its status as a blockbuster in the genre.
Swift took to X (formerly Twitter) to share the exciting news, expressing her desire to celebrate the remarkable year she’s had with her fans.
The extended version of the film, set to be available for rent on demand in the US, Canada, and additional countries to be announced soon, includes three bonus tracks: “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer,” and “Long Live.”
Filmed across three electrifying shows at Los Angeles’s SoFi Stadium, the concert film captures the essence of Swift’s global tour.
The decision to release it on streaming platforms follows the successful conclusion of her world tour on Sunday.
While Swifties eagerly anticipate the film’s arrival on December 13, there’s still a mystery surrounding the subscription service that will host the record-breaking production.
Given that Taylor Swift produced the film independently, its ultimate streaming destination remains undisclosed.
As fans prepare for a virtual front-row seat to experience the magic of ‘The Eras Tour’ from the comfort of their homes, Swift’s birthday streaming gift promises to be a memorable event for music enthusiasts worldwide.