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Move your furniture and get ready to dance, Swifties. After breaking box office records since its debut this fall, Taylor Swift's Eras Tour concert film has finally landed on Prime Video, just in time for Taylor's birthday.
“I had so much fun fighting dragons with you ,” Swift wrote on Instagramcomplete with a heart-shaped hands emoji referencing her speak Now classic. “Celebrate 34 years with me by watching The Eras Tour (extended version) including 'Long Live' 🐉 'The Archer' 🏹 and 'Wildest Dreams' at home!” Swift continued, “PS, troll me all you want about my literal, excessive use of millennial emojis, but A) no one is prouder to be a millennial and B) it's my birthday and today I'm exempt! 🎂”
O Eras Tour (extended version) The film, recorded at one of Swift's stops in Los Angeles, features the three extra tracks that were not released in theaters. Swifties don't need to be Prime members to watch the Eras Tour documentary too. You can rent the Eras Tour movie directly through Prime Video for $19.89, appropriately enough.
Swifties will have 48 hours to watch the film after it starts. Look, we're not math geniuses here, but the movie is three hours long, so you can watch it about 16 times in a row if you plan accordingly.
“Just as the tour is more stupid and ambitious than anything else she has attempted on stage, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is unlike anything she — or anyone else — has done on screen,” Rob Sheffield wrote in Rolling Stonereview of the concert document.
After its theatrical debut, Swift released her latest re-recorded album, 1989 (Taylor version), which included five new tracks from Vault. Next year, the Grammy winner will hit the road again in 2024 with more Eras tour datesincluding US shows in Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis next fall.