Taylor Swift Shines at the Premiere of ‘The Eras Tour Concert Film’

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Taylor Swift’s Dazzling Premiere and More Showtimes for “The Eras Tour Concert Film”

Hey Swifties! Get ready to mark your calendars because Taylor Swift’s concert film will take the world by storm. The much-anticipated “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Concert Film” premieres in 100 countries on October 13th. And guess what? Taylor just announced even more showings due to the overwhelming demand. Learn how to win tickets to a private screening of the film.

Watch the trailer for The Eras Tour Film.

Taylor dazzled everyone at the Los Angeles premiere, looking absolutely radiant in a blue Oscar De La Renta gown. The dress, adorned with floral cutouts, had a fitted bodice and a flowy skirt that played with lengths, showing off a high-low hem. And can we talk about her makeup? That blue eyeshadow perfectly complemented her dress, and the bright red lip added just the right amount of pop. Taylor opted for diamond stud earrings, a matching necklace, and a vintage-inspired updo to complete her look.


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At the Grove’s AMC theater, Taylor was all smiles, posing for photos with the film’s director, Sam Wrench, and her tour’s talented dancers and band.

The buzz around the Eras Tour film is real. It has already raked in over $100 million in global advance ticket sales. And get this – within just 24 hours of the film’s announcement, it shattered AMC’s U.S. record for single-day sales.

Also, Beyonce appeared at the premiere.


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Before gracing the red carpet, Taylor took to social media to share some exciting news. Due to the film’s immense popularity, there will be additional early access showings. As Taylor playfully said, “Look what you genuinely made me do.” Swifties, keep an eye out! According to Taylor, more showtimes will be added this weekend; “all tickets will be available by 10 am tomorrow morning.”

For those planning to catch the film, it will run until November 5th. And while we’re all hoping it finds a streaming home soon, there’s no news on that front yet. A little tidbit for the fans: the concert movie’s runtime is 2 hours and 40 minutes, a bit shorter than the actual Eras Tour concert, which was over 3 hours long.

After a brief break from touring, Taylor will be back on the road, wrapping up her 2023 tour dates in Argentina and Brazil come November.

So, Swifties, are you ready for this cinematic treat?

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