Taylor Swift has revealed that her record-breaking tour will be accessible in theatres in more than 100 countries beginning next month as a concert film.
The superstar hitmaker, 33, has been wowing audiences with her Eras Tour performances, and the spectacular show is soon coming to a theatre near you.
The Eras Tour film will be screened in Vue, Odeon, and Everyman cinemas throughout the UK beginning October 13, and no one is more delighted than Taylor herself.
Writing on Instagram on Tuesday, the Bad Blood hitmaker raved: ‘The tour isn’t the only thing we’re taking worldwide…’
She added: ‘Been so excited to tell you all that The Eras Tour concert film is now officially coming to theaters WORLDWIDE on Oct 13!’
Tickets are on sale now and you can browse the full list of UK cinemas showing Taylor’s tour movie here.
Taylor confirmed last month that The Eras Tour film will be released in the United States, leaving fans keen to learn whether the film would be released in the United Kingdom.
Taylor sang her classics in front of roughly 500,000 spectators at SoFi stadium during her first three gigs in Los Angeles in August.
While an average Eras Tour concert lasts roughly three hours, the film’s duration is expected to be around two hours and forty-five minutes.
The Eras Tour video is directed by Sam Wrench, a director who specialised in photographing live music material and has worked on projects such as Billie Eilish Live at the 02 and BTS: Permission to Dance.
Taylor shattered a box office record previously held by Marvel when she revealed The Eras Tour film during the summer.
Like the superhero she is, AMC reported Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film clocked $26million (£20,630,000) in presale tickets in their first 24 hours of release.
That beats Spiderman: No Way Home’s previous record for first-day presales by a cool $10million.
Is there anything this woman can’t do?
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