Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Concert Film Gets International Release in More Than 100 Countries

The Final Night Of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour - Los Angeles, CA - Credit: Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
The Final Night Of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour - Los Angeles, CA - Credit: Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift’s career-defining Eras tour has already drawn in crowds of tens of thousands of people in North America and Mexico this year, with international dates scheduled over the coming months. But for anyone getting a little impatient waiting for their show, Swifties in more than 100 countries will have a chance to see the whole show on movie theater screens when the Eras tour concert film is released globally on Oct. 13.

AMC Theatres Distribution and its subdistribution partners are finalizing agreements with global movie theater operators that would allow the film to reach more than 3,500 additional locations, adding on to the more than 4,000 North American theaters already preparing for its release.

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Throughout Europe, the concert film will play at every ODEON Cinemas location. International Swifties can begin purchasing tickets to see the movie at their local theaters today through the website or box office of participating locations. Prices will vary by country, unlike the North American release, which was strategically priced at $19.89, plus tax, for adults and $13.13, plus tax, for children and seniors.

“The tour isn’t the only thing we’re taking worldwide,” Swift wrote on Instagram on Tuesday morning, announcing the film’s global theatrical release. When the film was first unveiled in late August, she shared: “The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far and I’m overjoyed to tell you that it’ll be coming to the big screen soon … Eras attire, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing encouraged.”

The Eras tour itself will resume in November with a run of stadium shows in Brazil. From there, it will pick back up in February and run through the end of 2024 with concerts in Japan, Australia, Singapore, France, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Austria, the United States, and Canada.

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