The $260 million hit is now getting an extended version

The 260 million hit is now getting an extended version

Pop singer Taylor Swift is on her The Eras Tour until the end of the year. During the sixth concert tour, the singer will play in over 152 locations. If you can’t afford a ticket or simply don’t have time to attend one of their concerts, Disney+ now has the right solution for that. The streaming service is now broadcasting the concert film Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.

The Eras Tour: Particularly long version of Taylor Swift’s concert film on Disney+

Disney+ was able to secure a particularly long version of the concert film. The cinema version was shown in a 169-minute version. Several songs were missing from the three-hour show. The following content is also included in the version on Disney+:

  • Performance of Cardigan from the folklore era
  • Three more songsthat were not shown in cinemas (Wildest Dreams, The Archer and Long Live)
  • Four more surprise songswhich Swift performed during her acoustic set
  • Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour shows the pop singer’s sixth concert tour. In over three hours it takes you through numerous works from her career. This means fans can sing along to 44 songs from ten albums. The film was made over three nights during their show at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

    The Eras Tour is the most successful concert film of all time

    The American singer celebrated a gigantic success with her concert film. No other film in the genre has been able to break the box office result. The film has now grossed over $260 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

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  • Justin Bieber comes in second with his Never Say Never concert tour. The film grossed $99 million, So not even half of what Taylor Swift has achieved. So it’s no wonder that Swift even left competitors such as Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens and Spider-Man: No Way Home behind on the first day of advance bookings.

    If you are also curious about how good the concert film really is, you can now watch it on Disney+. If you have an active subscription, the film is available to you for free.

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