(CNN) — Let the show begin: Taylor Swift is bringing her “Eras Tour” to a movie debuting in October, the singer revealed in an Instagram post on Thursday.
“The ‘Eraz Tour’ has been the most meaningful and electric experience I’ve ever had in my life and I’m so excited to share that it’s coming to the big screen soon,” wrote the “Anti-Hero” singer. He also added that the “concert movie” will be showing in theaters in North America starting October 13 and that tickets are already on sale.
“Clothes of the era, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing,” Swift said before quoting a portion of her famous song “Delicate” from the “Reputation” era, which has become a custom at every show on the tour.
The announcement also featured a trailer for the film, which was filmed during Taylor’s six shows at Sophie Stadium in Los Angeles, which ended the national leg of her tour earlier this month.
According to a press release, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Concert Film” will be shown on IMAX screens of AMC theaters, with showings at least four times a day every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the United States, Canada and Mexico. will be. Release… The film will also be available at Regal and Cinemark theatres.
The film is 2 hours and 45 minutes long and is directed by Sam Wrench, known for directing other major live event and concert documentaries such as Billie Eilish, Lizzo and Jennifer Lopez’s Netflix documentary “Halftime”.
When tickets for the “Eraz” tour first went on sale in the fall, Ticketmaster collapsed due to the sheer volume of buyers. To avoid such a situation, AMC also stated in its press release that the theater chain has “updated its website and ticketing engine” to deal with the crowds.
“Not only did she break all records for concert sales, but she left millions of her fans wanting more – either because they came to the concert and wanted to see her again, or because they got tickets to that show.” Sold out,” the AMC statement said.
In March, Swift began her record-breaking “Eraze Tour” – her first tour since 2018. Additionally, it has been credited with boosting local economies in the US, and is on track to become the highest-grossing tour of all time. The film “Eras” is probably a welcome announcement for the struggling film industry, which has been hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The “Blank Space” singer is on the international leg of her tour, with the next stop being Argentina in November.
Tickets for “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Concert Film” are on sale now at AMCtheaters.com.