This fall, Taylor Swift once again proved that she is the queen of pop. When the film of her latest concert tour hit cinemas, it became a roaring success. Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour premiered on 13 October 2023, and since then has earned over $250 million globally, with $178.2 million in the United States alone.
It is one of the biggest box office hits of the year – in the US, The Eras Tour surpassed blockbusters such as Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.
The Eras Tour was a spectacular concert series summarising years of the singer’s career. The movie’s premiere was another exceptional event – it was exclusively distributed by AMC Theatres, tickets were more expensive than for other films and it could only be seen in cinemas on Thursdays through Sundays.
Since the premiere of the The Eras Tour movie over a month ago, many people are wondering if the film will be available on streaming. As it turns out – yes! On her 34th birthday, Taylor Swift has prepared a special gift for her fans.
When will Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour be available on VOD?
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour will hit VOD services on Wednesday 13 December 2023. On that day, the film will be available for rent in the US, Canada, and several other countries, although their list hasn’t been announced yet. We will let you know as soon as new information emerges on this matter.
The film’s theatrical version lasted a whopping 2 hours and 45 minutes, but according to fans, it lacked some essential songs. It seems that Taylor Swift decided to rectify this mistake. According to the singer’s announcement, the extended VOD version will feature three songs: Wildest Dreams, The Archer, and Long Live.
When will Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour come to streaming services?
It is unknown if the film will be available for streaming. It’s probable that due to the immense popularity of The Eras Tour, this may indeed happen – it will undoubtedly be a significant win for the streaming platform that wins the battle for distribution rights.