Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour concert film will be available to stream from the 13th December – and will include songs not heard in the theatrical release.
It’s a good time to be a Taylor Swift fan. Not only is the megastar bringing her The Eras Tour to the UK next year, you don’t have to miss out on the experience even if you didn’t get yourself tickets to the concerts.
Swift independently released her own concert film in October and, unsurprisingly, made an absolute killing at the box office. In fact, she even intimidated Jason Blum enough for the horror maestro to move his release schedule around to fit Taylor’s plans. How nice!
If you didn’t manage to get to the cinema to watch The Eras Tour, fear not: it’s streaming sooner rather than later. To coincide with Swift’s birthday, you can watch the film from the comfort of your own home from the 13th December, at least in the US and Canada.
Swift took to X (formerly Twitter) to announce her film’s streaming dates, and said more countries would be announced soon. We’re hoping the UK is listed among those, but we’d be surprised if we had to wait much longer, if at all.
More interestingly, the digital version of the concert film will include three tracks that were missing from the theatrical version. The new, extended film will include ‘Wildest Dreams,’ ‘The Archer’ and ‘Long Live’, but a lot of people were hounding Swift in the comments to also include the song ‘Cardigan’ from her album folklore.
The Eras Tour has made a whopping $249 million worldwide, making it comfortably the highest grossing concert film of all time. It’s yet another success story from a year full of them. The film will face some tough competition from Beyonce’s upcoming concert film, titled Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé. It’s hitting cinemas 1st December.
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour doesn’t have a confirmed UK digital date sorted quite just yet, but we’ll make sure to let you know when there is one.