AMC Theatres to Premiere Eras Tour: Taylor Swift and AMC Theatres will release her performance film, “Taylor Swift The Eras Tour,” in theaters on October 13. The film will be played at U.S. Canadian and Mexican AMC theaters. Tickets for adults are $19.89, children and seniors $13.13, plus VAT. The movie will be screened in IMAX, Dolby Cinema, and other premium formats at AMC for an additional fee.
AMC has updated its website and ticketing systems to be able to handle more than five times the number of people buying tickets at once. This is because the company expects demand to be high. AMC warns customers of delays, longer ticket-buying wait times, and “possible outages.” Every U.S. AMC Theater will screen the movie four times a day on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The Sam Wrench-made film will be two hours and 45 minutes long, like its marathon concerts. The movie’s 80-second trailer displays Swift’s sparkling stage ensembles from the tour spliced together swiftly to “Cruel Summer,” revealing the most iconic setups.
Swift posted a trailer and said, “The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far, and I’m thrilled to tell you that it will soon be on the big screen.” She said that fans should wear vintage attire, bring friendship rings, sing, and dance.
AMC theatrically produces The Eras Tour. Cinemark, Cineplex, and Cinepolis are among their U.S., Canadian, and Mexican theater owners. The event is unique; thus, free movie passes and AMC Stubs A-List memberships cannot be used to buy tickets. Because they expect many people to go, AMC will temporarily make it harder to get tickets for most of their other movies on its website. Tickets from secondary ticketing sites are non-refundable. This prevents event betting.
Swift said following her Eras Tour’s U.S. leg, “the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far.” The film captures the tour’s energy and shares it with those who couldn’t attend. This connection between AMC and Taylor Swift is huge for both companies. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theaters have struggled, but AMC might draw people back with one of the world’s most famous artists.
Swift will gain a new revenue stream from the agreement. Re-recording her previous songs is one way she’s been trying to make money from her music and name. The film’s debut will likely be one of the year’s greatest entertainment events, and AMC and Swift are working hard to promote it.