Taylor Swift’s Extended ‘Eras Tour Concert Film’ To Stream In December

Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour Concert Film is set for a special streaming release on her birthday, 13 December. This extended version, eagerly awaited by fans, will include three extra songs, ‘Wildest Dreams’, ‘The Archer’, and ‘Long Live’, that weren’t part of the movie’s theatrical release.

“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! Very happy to be able to tell you that the extended version of the film including “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live” will be available to rent on demand in the US, Canada & additional countries to be announced soon starting on … you guessed it, December 13 🫶💋” Swift captioned on her social media posts.

Swift’s announcement follows the conclusion of her 2023 tour with a final performance in Brazil. This streaming release brings an exciting opportunity for Swift’s global fanbase, although specific international availability details are yet to be disclosed. Notably, only the Americas have experienced the tour to date, with more performances scheduled across the globe in 2024.

According to the Eras Tour website, the film will be available for rental in the United States and Canada through platforms including Apple TV+, Vudu, Prime Video, Xfinity, Google Play, and YouTube. The full list of countries where the film will be accessible is expected to be revealed soon.

The absence of certain tour songs in the original film release left some fans yearning for more, but the expanded home viewing version addresses this gap. However, it’s worth noting that even with the new additions, the film will not feature every song from the tour, such as the staple ‘Cardigan’.

The Eras Tour Concert film has already set records in the concert film genre, grossing US$250 million globally. Swift’s tour is expected to continue its impressive run, resuming on 7 February 2024 with four nights at the Tokyo Dome in Japan.