With the release of Taylor Swift’s concert film “Eras Tour,” movie theaters have become mini stadiums on the weekend. were fans dancing in (and away from) their seats, Telephone flares in the air, sing from the bottom of your heart.
It turns out that many people want to relive the tour or see it for the first time (tickets were notoriously hard to get and quite expensive): Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour broke the box office record for the highest domestic ticket sales for a concert film in history, surpassing Justin Bieber’s never say Never Film released in 2011.
After setting one October opening record with $39 million in ticket sales, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour has debuted and grossed at the top of the North American box office a whopping $95-97 million, according to the AMC Theaters chain. (By comparison, the previous record holder, Bieber’s concert film, grossed $73 million for its entire theatrical run, reports Variety.) It was reportedly the Eras tour film, which was only announced in August pre-sold over $100 million worldwide.
Every Surprise Song Taylor Swift Performed on ‘The Eras Tour’
At the film’s premiere on Wednesday at The Grove in Los Angeles, Swift herself radiated Swiftie energy. dances and sings to her own songs. She was joined in an iconic moment for the pop culture-loving age Beyoncé, fellow tour monarch 2023 – whose own Renaissance The tour concert film will be released in December.
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Ticket prices for the Eras adult film are $19.89, a nod to Swift’s album and year of birth, which is higher than the average movie ticket price in the USA (We know, not in cities like New York or LA).
The numbers aren’t really a surprise considering how much money Swift will make in total for the actual Eras tour – according to the Washington PostAn estimated $5.7 billion could be raised by the end of the tour next year. The film’s release only underscores the cultural cornerstone that has become Swift’s Eras tour for 2023, and the superstar will continue with worldwide dates starting in November.
Brazil, Australia, Portugal, Japan, Great Britain? You better have those outfits ready.
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is now in cinemas. Tickets are available at AMCTheatres.com and Fandango.com