Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Concert Film Is Coming To Streaming
Taylor Swift’s record-breaking Eras Tour concert film is making its way into your living room. Disney+ announced on Wednesday (February 7) that the film will be available to stream on March 15. As we previously reported, the singer-songwriter broke a record with her Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie. It is now the highest-grossing concert/documentary film of all time. The three-hour documentary made nearly $300 million at the worldwide box office, beating out the previous record holder, Michael Jackson’s This Is It. The posthumous 2009 doc grossed $261.2 million at the global box office.
Swift’s concert film garnered most of its record gross during its October opening weekend in North America. Her opening weekend total gave the Eras doc the biggest opening of all-time for a concert movie, also beating out the previous record-holder, 2011’s Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. Ahead of the film’s release, Swift said on social media that her tour has been “the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far.” On her birthday on December 13, Swift announced the extended version of the film would be available to rent on demand.
Continuing her Eras Tour in 2024, Swift is currently in Japan performing before she heads to Australia, Singapore, France, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria, and Poland. Her international stops feature Sabrina Carpenter and Paramore as her openers for select dates. Swift returns to North America in the fall, from October to November, with 15 stops. Gracie Abrams will join her onstage once again for the extended dates. While touring abroad, Swift has a break from March to May. During this time, her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, will be released. Swifties seeing her post-album-drop will be eager to see if the pop icon will perform any of her new 17 songs while on tour for the remainder of the year.