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US cinemas to screen Taylor Swift’s Eras tour as a film

Taylor Swift takes her phenomenal Eras Tour to a new space: the cinema. According to Swift’s social media posts, a film adaptation of her critically acclaimed tour will begin playing in US theaters starting October 13.

Swift described the tour-turned-film as an electrifying event that she couldn’t wait to share with the public. Fans are encouraged to join the cinematic experience in their “Eras” costumes and are free to wear friendship bracelets.

Despite problems with Ticketmaster, where numerous fans reported long wait times and even ticket cancellations, the Eras Tour was a financial and critical success. To accommodate the expected increase in demand for the film, AMC Theaters has increased its ticketing infrastructure. The theater chain announced that its servers have been upgraded to handle more than five times the usual ticket sales.

Initially launched in the United States in March, the Eras Tour had an initial run that concluded in Brazil this November. After a hiatus, Swift will pick up the tour again in Japan in February 2024, and will hit European cities in May 2024. The US-only release of the concert film may be because the dates of their UK tour is still pending, scheduled for June 2024.

Tickets for the movie experience will be affordable, as AMC Theaters revealed that ticket prices for adults will be just $19.89, excluding tax. The film and its affordability are a treat for fans, given that Swift hasn’t done a major tour since 2018 and is slated to cover five continents in more than 130 shows for the Eras Tour.

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