A New Era

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Is Headed to Theaters This Fall

Karma is the guy girl on the screen coming to a movie theater near you! That’s right, the next stop on Taylor Swift‘s record-breaking Eras Tour is the big screen.

On the heels of her first North American jaunt (which nearly broke Ticketmaster) Swift announced that a concert film, billed as the “Theatrical Event of the Millennium”, will hit theaters on October 13. Naturally.

The announcement arrived alongside a vivid and quick-paced trailer, set to Swift’s song of the season, “Cruel Summer.” Hollywood is saved!

“The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far,” Swift wrote alongside the film’s announcement, adding that “Eras attire, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing [are] encouraged. 1, 2, 3 LGB!!!! (iykyk).” (The latter references a fan chant during “Delicate” and not the LGBTQ+ community. But real ones already know Reputation is queer canon.)

The 2 hour and 45 minute film will play at AMC Theatres, Regal, and Cinemark locations across the United States, with international distributors to be announced at a later date. Tickets are already on sale and eagle-eyed Swifties will recognize the prices: $19.89 for adults, and $13.13 for seniors and children.

The career-spanning tour, which covers 17 years of music, has become a cultural phenomenon. It’s even been credited for boosting the U.S. economy alongside Beyoncé and Barbie. Queen things!

It will certainly be easier to snag tickets for Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour than its IRL counterpart. Still, Swifties were surprised to find that AMC instated a virtual queue for sales. According to a release, the theater was prepared “to handle traffic at more than 5 times the current record.”

Take notes, Ticketmaster!

The film will be the perfect pre-gayme for 1989 (Taylor’s Version), which drops on October 27. In the meantime, we better snag our tix!

Check out some of our favorite Gaylor tweets below.

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