How to Watch 'The Eras Tour' Online Streaming

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After breaking box office records in the fall, Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” film will finally stream on Disney+ this week with four bonus acoustic songs. The film was previously made available to rent digitally on the streamer in December, and will now arrive for streaming on March 14.

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It was first announced in February that Disney+ would exclusively stream the box-office hit, with Puck reporting that the deal was worth over $75 million. At the time, it was also revealed that the expanded version would include the “Folklore” track “Cardigan,” as well as four acoustic songs. This was a big deal for Swift fans, as five songs from the regular setlist were cut for time in the 2-hour-and-45-minute movie.

Since the “Eras Tour” film was shot during Swift’s three-night residency at L.A.’s SoFi Stadium, it was already expected that the other bonus tunes included would be the three remaining acoustic “surprise songs” she performed: “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” “You Are in Love” and “I Can See You.”

The film marks another historic milestone for the pop star, becoming the highest-grossing film in box office history among concert and documentary films. It earned more than $261.6 million globally, unseating previous record holder “Michael Jackson’s This Is It.”

Meanwhile, Swift is still traveling the world for her ongoing “Eras Tour,” during which she’s used the stages to make periodic announcements about her upcoming album”The Tortured Poets Department.” She’s announced four limited special editions of her upcoming album, each featuring a previously unannounced song and cover art. While those three special editions were only available for a limited time on Taylor Swift’s webstore, the Target-exclusive vinyl is still available to pre-order on their website.

Buy tickets to Swift’s “Eras Tour” here, and stream the concert film on Disney+ starting March 14.

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