Taylor Swift: the “Eras Tour” concert film soon available on Disney+

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The recording of Taylor Swift’s concert, “The Eras Tour”, will soon be available on the Disney+ streaming platform. Find out the date.

Swifties who weren’t able to secure tickets for the Eras Tour will soon be able to attend from the comfort of their own living room. Taylor Swift announced this Wednesday, February 7, that the concert film of this world tour would soon be available on Disney+. And the icing on the cake: five new songs will be added, including the title “Cardigan”.

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The Eras Tour has been a true phenomenon that has and continues to delight fans around the world, and we are thrilled to bring this electrifying concert to audiences everywhere, exclusively on Disney “, welcomed Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, in the press release. The film will arrive on the streaming platform starting March 15. Enough to give fans something to eat before the release of his recently announced new album, “The Tortured Poets Department”, the following month.

Freshly crowned with her historic recognition at the Grammy Awards, Taylor Swift has just kicked off the Eras Tour in Asia-Pacific. As a reminder, the American singer will stop in France in May and June 2024.


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