Taylor Swift Eras Tour Concert Film Coming to Streaming Next Month with Three Additional Songs

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Taylor Swift announces her Eras Tour concert film will be available for streaming on her birthday next month, with three additional songs not included in the theatrical release.

On the heels of her Eras Tour concert film’s theatrical success, Taylor Swift has announced that the movie will be available to stream beginning on her birthday, December 13 — with three additional songs from the tour not included in the film’s theatrical release.

Swift dropped the announcement on her social media accounts the morning after performing the last date of her 2023 tour in Brazil. Fans were eager for an announcement of something special during the concert, hoping it might be a release date for “Reputation (Taylor’s Version),” but no such luck. The disappointment over a lack of any album news should dissipate rapidly, however, since Swifties will be able to watch the “Eras Tour” to their heart’s content over the holidays.

“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!” wrote Swift. “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.”

Streaming providers whose logos appear on Swift’s website to denote their making the film available for rental beginning on December 13 are Apple TV, Google Play, Prime Video, Vudu, Xfinity, and YouTube.

On top of a world tour with an estimated $2 billion gross by the time it wraps up next November, the film version of the concert has grossed $178 million domestically, setting a record many times over for a concert film.

Additionally, the latest in her series of album re-recordings, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” earned the singer-songwriter the best first-week numbers of her career with a debut of 1.6 million album-equivalent units — the best for any album in eight years. The album also granted her back-to-back No.1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Cruel Summer” and “Is It Over Now?”

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour resumes on February 7 with a four-night stand in Japan at the Tokyo Dome.