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8 February 2024, 09:56 | Updated: 8 February 2024, 09:57
Taylor Swift has confirmed The Eras Tour Concert Film is available to watch from Swifties’ very own homes.
Taylor Swift broke records with The Eras Tour concert film when it was released in cinemas in October and for fans who already want a re-watch party, it's now available to watch from the comfort of your own home.
The Eras Tour Film is coming to a permanent home on Disney+, for Swifties with a subscription to have as many at-home-concert parties as they like.
Here’s what you need to know about how and where to watch and stream The Eras Tour Film online...
Watch the trailer for Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour
Taylor's Eras Tour concert film will be on Disney+ on 15th March. It's being dubbed 'the concert film in its entirety for the first time' as it includes her song 'Cardigan' and four additional acoustic tracks that weren't part of the cinema release or VOD rental which had a few bonus tracks of its own.
The Eras Tour concert film is available to stream online in select countries.
Here are all the platforms where The Eras Tour Film is currently available to rent and watch:
Taylor’s included an extra special surprise in the VOD film, adding songs from the tour that weren’t originally included in the movie’s cinema release; ‘Wildest Dreams’, ‘The Archer’ and ‘Long Live’.
The songs on the Disney+ cut of the tour movie will differ.
It costs $19.89 (£15.99) for fans to rent and watch The Eras Tour concert movie on the platforms listed above – an amount fans aren't happy about. It's also the same amount one cinema ticket for the film cost too.
The film on streaming platforms is the extended version, hence the three extra songs, so technically it’s a brand new concert film for those who have already seen it.
Of course, for those with a Disney+ subscription there will be a different selection of surprise songs and it's thought to be the time the concert will be available to stream in its entirety.
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