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It's been a long time coming, but Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Movie Version), which has been playing in theaters, will be available to stream very soon. ICYMI, the film premiered at the Grove in Los Angeles in October—complete with another Oscar De La Renta slay from Taylor, and even an appearance from Queen Bey.
Taylor's film smashed some box office records (but that's nothing new for this chart-topping singer). It raked in $96 million in the domestic box office its opening weekend, per CNN, and has continued to dominate. The two hour and 48 minute masterpiece is not something you want to miss.
So, if you haven't already—you can go see The Eras Tour film in theaters right now. And even if you've seen this film before, you could keep seeing it again and again (rest assured, you'll *actually* like the ending).
However, if you're wondering when you can finally host your Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour singalong concert in your home, I wouldn't blame you. Here's what to know (so far) about when Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour will hit streaming services.
When can you stream 'Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour'?
It's official: Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is arriving on streaming soon! Taylor announced on Nov. 27 that the film will be available to stream on a special date: Dec. 13, a.k.a., her 34th birthday.
"Hi! Well, so, basically I have a birthday coming up and I was thinking a fun way to celebrate the year we’ve had together would be to make The Eras Tour Concert Film available for you to watch at home," she wrote on Instagram.
The best news of all? The extended version of the concert film will be available to stream, meaning “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer,” and “Long Live” will all be included. (Justice for "cardigan" and "no body, no crime"!) So, starting Dec. 13, you can rent the movie on platforms such as Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube TV, and more in the United States and Canada.
Where can I watch 'The Eras Tour' movie?
When the movie hits streaming services on Taylor's birthday, Dec. 13, it looks like it'll be available to rent on Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube TV, and other streaming services, per her website. Still, it'll be in theaters definitively for at least 13 weeks—or at least until mid-January 2024—according to the singer's deal with AMC, per Fortune.
BTW, some eagle-eyed fans (and TMZ) spotted a camera crew following Taylor around during the Eras Tour film premiere in L.A., so she may be filming for some kind of Eras Tour documentary in the future. But as always with Taylor Swift, you never know what she's going to do next!
What days can you go see the 'Eras Tour' movie in theaters?
This one's an important one, so pay attention. You used to only be able to see Tay's concert movie on Thursday-Sunday. But now, there are new show times during Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Swifties rejoice!
Is the 'Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour' movie worth seeing?
If you want to have fun and dance your heart out at a movie theater—yes! So far, Taylor's concert film has scored a 99 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It also doesn't seem like any typical movie-going experience.
Fair warning that there will most likely be a lot of guests singing and dancing at any showing of the concert film in theaters (based on footage that has been posted online so far). The film will also contain flashing lights that may affect photosensitive viewers, per the AMC website. If that seems like a lot for you, you may want to wait for it to hit streaming in a couple of weeks.
Where can I stream other Taylor Swift concert films online?
I get it, you just want to have a Taylor Swift dance party in your living room! There are some ways you can view her pre-Eras concert experiences from the comfort of your couch right now.
For one, Taylor's Reputation tour film, Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour is available to stream on Netflix right now. However, it's leaving Netflix Dec. 30, per Vulture, and there's no news of it dropping on any other streaming service, so make sure to watch it while you can!
You can also see Taylor in a more laid back performance setting in Taylor Swift Folklore Long Pond Studio Sessions on Disney+. Then, of course, there's her live performance albums (that sadly do not have accompanied footage), such as her Live From Paris Lover sessions and her Speak Now World Tour Live album. I have seen/listened to them all, and can confirm they rock!
You can see Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour in theaters now. Stay tuned for more deets about how to stream it.
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