Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version), a new release exclusive to Disney+, is an extended version of the acclaimed film which features five bonus songs.
But else what can fans expect? Here is everything you know about Swift's latest movie, including the setlist and reviews.
When is Taylor Swift's Eras Tour film being released on Disney+?
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) will land on Disney+ on Thursday, 15 March at 2am GMT, marking its exclusive streaming release. Watch the trailer below:
The streaming service is also home to Swift's 2020 documentary Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions.
How else can I stream Taylor Swift's Eras Tour film?
If you don't have Disney+ then drop everything now, because the Eras tour concert film is also available to rent for £15.99 from:
This rental version, billed as The Eras Tour (Extended Version), differs slightly from the Taylor's Version release on Disney+.
The film arrived in UK cinemas and IMAX in October 2023, and quickly became the most profitable concert movie of all time, surpassing Justin Bieber's 2011 release Never Say Never.
Swift's 151-date stadium jaunt has captured global attention since it began in March 2023. It is on track to be the most lucrative tour ever, having grossed more than $1bn already, and includes 15 sell-out UK shows scheduled for this summer.
Where was the Eras Tour film recorded?
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour was recorded over three nights at California's SoFi stadium in August 2023.
It was directed by Sam Wrench, a British filmmaker who has previously worked with Billie Eilish, Lizzo and Blur. Swift has described Wrench's film as "the perfect capture of what this show was like for me".
Which songs are included in the Eras Tour film setlist?
The career-spanning concert setlist features Swift's signature hits – including Love Story, Shake It Off, All Too Well, 22 and Anti-Hero – plus acoustic 'surprise songs' from her extensive back catalogue.
The Extended Version includes three bonus songs which were not part of the theatrical cut: Wildest Dreams, The Archer and Long Live.
The Taylor's Version on Disney+ features five further bonus tracks: Cardigan, Maroon and three others which have yet to be confirmed.
The lengthy setlist opens in style with Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince, an album track from the Lover era, which segues into fan-favourite single Cruel Summer. See the full setlist below.
Lover era: Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince; Cruel Summer; The Man; You Need to Calm Down; Lover
Fearless era: Fearless; You Belong With Me; Love Story
Evermore era: Willow; Marjorie; Champagne Problems; Tolerate It
Reputation era: Ready For It?; Delicate; Don't Blame Me; Look What You Made Me Do
Speak Now era: Enchanted
Red era: 22; We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together; I Knew You Were Trouble; All Too Well (10-Minute Version)
Folklore era: The 1; Betty; The Last Great American Dynasty; August; Illicit Affairs; My Tears Ricochet
1989 era: Style; Blank Space; Shake It Off; Bad Blood
Surprise set: Our Song; You're On Your Own, Kid
Midnights era: Lavender Haze; Anti-Hero; Midnight Rain; Vigilante S***; Bejeweled; Mastermind; Karma
Extended Version songs: The Archer; Wildest Dreams; Long Live
Taylor's Version songs: Cardigan; Maroon; three other songs TBC
What have critics said about the movie?
Critics heaped praise on Swift's Eras Tour concert film following its star-studded premiere in Los Angeles in October 2023.
The Daily Telegraph called the film "pulsating and slick", while The Guardian hailed it as a "stupefyingly grand production" that captures the pop star in "in hyper-definition and from seemingly every possible angle".
Deadline said the movie "puts Swift's joy on full display" but questioned the decision to cut some of the songs. The Hollywood Reporter said the lengthy runtime made for a "sometimes exhausting" but "often exhilarating" big-screen experience.
The film currently has a 99% critics' score and 99% audience score on reviews aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. Read the full verdicts below:
The Telegraph: The Eras Tour film will have you – like Taylor Swift herself – dancing in the aisles (6-min read)
The Guardian: A cacophonous testament to megastardom (3-min read)
Deadline: A joyful celebration that encourages audiences to revel in the spectacle (5-min read)
The Hollywood Reporter: A sometimes exhausting, often exhilarating, always impressively immersive screen experience (6-min read)
The Wrap: A bombastic celebration of joy and color (4-min read)
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is available to rent now and will be on Disney+ on 15 March