How to Stream Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Movie

Swifties can now gleefully relive their favorite blondie’s performance, with the theatrical release of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, which dropped in theaters on October 13. But is it possible to catch the full film on a streaming service, too?

Fans are in luck. Starting today, December 13, The Eras Tour is officially available for rent or purchase for online streaming. Those who do stream the movie will also be treated to an extended version that includes three performances of songs left out of the version in theaters: “The Archer,” “Long Live,” and “Wildest Dreams.”

To rent the movie, you’ll have to pay $19.89 on a platform like Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, or YouTube. Rentals remain available for 48 hours.

Stream The Eras Tour

Although Swift partnered with Netflix to release her Miss Americana documentary in 2020 and the Reputation Stadium Tour concert film in 2018, it was unlikely to be the case for The Eras Tour, as AMC and Cinemark theaters are distributing the new film exclusively. The movie is set to play exclusively in theaters for at least 13 weeks, according to Swift’s deal with AMC. This 13-week run is much longer than most Hollywood films play in theaters today; they usually see a monthlong stint on big screens before being pushed to a digital platform.

You can still buy tickets for The Eras Tour at and Fandango. Swift, known for her affinity for Easter egg dropping, teased the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) with the ticket prices: Adult tickets sell at $19.89 plus tax, while children’s and senior tickets are $13.13 plus tax.


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