This holiday season is all about the Swifties. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has been a monster at the box office but will soon be available on streaming services with more songs. The musician announced that it would arrive on December 13, her birthday. The songs added will be Wildest Dreams, The Archer, and Long Live for renting on demand in the U.S., Canada, and other countries that will soon be announced.
The tour was set to be a major event for the star. To make it bigger, the theatrical run brought it to more fans who may not have been able to make it to the tour dates. It has grossed approximately $249 million globally.
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Goes To Streaming and On Demand With More Songs
Taylor Swift posted on her social media accounts about the news of The Eras Tour Concert Film going to streaming services and on demand. For her, it would be a “fun way to celebrate the year we’ve [she and audiences] had together.” Exactly where is not mentioned, so we will keep an eye out for where it can be streamed to celebrate the star’s 34th birthday.
People were expecting an announcement, but not quite this one. After playing her final show in Brazil, people were hoping we would get some news on her next re-recording album, Reputation (Taylor’s Version). As we got this latest news instead, it looks like Swifties will have to be a little more patient until we get an official date on the next record.
The entertainment news cycle has been dominated by Taylor Swift for months, from her latest re-recording record, 1989 (Taylor’s Version), to The Eras Tour theatrical run and its upcoming streaming debut.
Last month, Taylor Swift released her latest album, 1989 (Taylor’s Version). It is available in stores and streaming services for digital or physical preferences.