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Taylor Swift Is Bringing Her Eras Tour To Movie Theaters

The Big Announcement

The big screen version of the Eras Tour is coming to movie theaters on October 13.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is set to appear in thousands of movie theaters. 

The “Love Story” singer, 33, has been on the road since March. 13 and will continue to tour until Nov. 23, 2024.

As some fans have been unable to see her live shows, Swift has now enabled her show to come to fans by releasing an Eras Tour concert film at every AMC Theatre in the U.S.

“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. Starting Oct 13th you’ll be able to experience the concert film in theaters in North America! Tickets are on sale now at amctheatres.com. Swift posted on Instagram.

From Oct. 13, fans will be able to watch footage of Swift’s tour for an adult ticket price of $19.89 (plus tax), while kids and senior tickets are priced at $13.13 (plus tax). This, however, doesn’t include AMC’s branded premium large-format screens. 

Fans also have plenty of showtime’s to choose from as the theatrical concert experience will be shown four times a day at every AMC theater on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. 

The entertainment company also revealed they had increased their ticket server capacity to handle over five times more traffic than the current record for the most ever tickets sold in an hour.

Swift has entertained millions across the globe during her Eras Tour. On Monday, the songwriter gushed about her first-ever concerts in Mexico at Foro Sol stadium in Mexico City.

AMC said that because of the unique nature of the event, no free movie passes will be accepted for the screenings, and AMC Stubs A-List cannot use their memberships to reserve tickets; AMC will also temporarily scale back its website ticketing availability for most of their other movie titles in anticipation of the rush of interest. In addition, to discourage speculation on secondary-ticketing sites no refunds will be offered on ticket purchases.

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