Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ concert film to hit global screens next month 

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Taylor Swift fans around the world have reason to celebrate as the highly-anticipated concert film, ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,’ is set to make its global debut next month. The film will be screened in over 100 countries, coinciding with its release in the US, Canada, and Mexico on October 13. 

Recorded during Taylor Swift’s electrifying performances at California’s SoFi Stadium last month, the film promises to be a visual and auditory treat for fans of the chart-topping artist. Directed by Sam Wrench, known for his work on concert films for artists like Billie Eilish and Lizzo, the production is expected to captivate audiences worldwide. European fans can catch the movie at every ODEON Cinemas location across the UK and Europe. 

With a runtime of 165 minutes, ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ is a cinematic journey that brings to life the magic of Swift’s live performances. However, it’s worth noting that the film may not include the entirety of the Eras tour setlist, which spans 44 songs and over three hours of music. 

Tickets for the film have been sold at most international locations outside North America since Tuesday, September 26, 2023. 

This marks Taylor Swift’s fourth concert film, following her previous documentary-style releases for the albums ‘Fearless,’ ‘1989,’ and ‘Reputation.’ Additionally, she offered fans a glimpse into her personal and professional life with the behind-the-scenes documentary ‘Miss Americana’ in 2020, which delved into her journey to find her political voice, her struggles with body dysmorphia, and her mother’s battle with cancer. 

The Eras Tour commenced in March and is on track to become a record-setting tour in earnings, with projections surpassing $1 billion in sales. This achievement is poised to eclipse Sir Elton John’s ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ concerts, solidifying it as one of the highest-grossing tours in history. 

Fans can look forward to Taylor Swift’s tour resuming in South America in November, followed by her highly-anticipated return to the UK in the summer of 2024. 

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