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Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” concert movie shatters records with over US$95 million in ticket sales in US and Canada

Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ concert film shatters records with an estimated $95-97 million in opening weekend ticket sales, revitalizing the cinematic world and providing a mesmerizing, record-breaking experience for fans worldwide.



In a resounding triumph for the world of concert films, Taylor Swift’s latest cinematic endeavour, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” has taken the box office by storm, raking in a staggering US$95 million to US$97 million in ticket sales across the United States and Canada over the weekend, as reported by AMC Theatres on Sunday (15 Oct).

This remarkable achievement smashes previous records, with Swift’s concert film surpassing the US$29.5 million collected during the first three days of Justin Bieber’s “Never Say Never” in 2011, setting a new benchmark for the genre.

While the final weekend results are set to be officially released on Monday (16 Oct), these initial estimates fall short of the most optimistic predictions from box office analysts, who had anticipated a domestic opening of $100 million to $140 million. Nevertheless, for theater operators such as AMC and Cineworld, this cinematic experience has proven to be a significant boost, revitalizing an otherwise lacklustre autumn slate, plagued by delays due to strikes in Hollywood, including “Dune: Part Two” and other highly-anticipated releases.

Taylor Swift made her presence felt at the global debut of her concert film in Los Angeles at The Grove. (Photo: Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)


Swift’s announcement last Wednesday (11 Oct) of additional showtimes and early screenings on Thursday (12 Oct) was a clear response to the overwhelming demand.

The pop sensation stated, “Due to unprecedented demand, we are opening early screenings for ‘The Eras Tour Concert Film’ on Thursday (12 Oct) in the United States and Canada. We are also adding extra showtimes for the film on Friday (13 Oct) and throughout the weekend.”

Initially planned for a North American release only, the film’s distribution has expanded to a global scale, thrilling Swift’s fans worldwide. Screening in over 100 countries starting from October 13, this cinematic experience captures the magic of Taylor Swift’s performances, recorded during her three-night stint at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles in August.

The film, directed by Sam Wrench, known for his work with Billie Eilish and Lizzo, is a production of Taylor Swift Productions. With a runtime of two hours and 45 minutes, it offers an immersive perspective on Swift’s “Eras” concert, featuring 44 songs in a remarkable visual and auditory presentation.

To ensure a wide-reaching release, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” will be shown in theatres such as AMC Entertainment, Cineplex, and Cinemark, contributing to fill the void left by the recent strikes by actors and writers in Hollywood. Last week, AMC’s stock surged by 11% following the announcement that pre-sale ticket revenue for the concert film had already reached a whopping US$100 million globally.

This visually stunning concert film offers an up-close and personal look at each song in Taylor Swift’s performance, highlighting the impressive stage production, multiple camera angles, and impeccable lighting. It immerses the audience in the electric atmosphere of a live concert, with the cheering and singing of the crowd adding to the overall experience.

Taylor Swift alongside Beyoncé at the premiere of The Eras Tour film. (Photo:


Throughout the film, Taylor Swift and her energetic dancers maintain the same high energy throughout three of the six nights captured in the film, taking the audience on a journey through ten distinct eras of her music career. The infectious nature of her music will have viewers standing, singing, and dancing in their seats.

In a triumphant display of her musical prowess and the power of her global fanbase, Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” concert film is poised to leave an indelible mark on the world of cinema. With record-breaking ticket sales and a mesmerizing cinematic experience, it has undoubtedly solidified its place in the annals of concert film history.

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