Taylor Swift's upcoming concert film, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, has already achieved remarkable success, surpassing $100 million in advance ticket sales globally before its cinematic release. The figure, shared by AMC Theatres, includes all chains and locations showing the movie, as AMC is distributing it.
The immense popularity of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is evident, as it has become one of the most successful concert films of all time based on presale tickets alone. Only a few concert-focused movies have reached this milestone, making Swift's film notable.
The movie showcases a condensed version of Swift's ongoing The Eras Tour, which was filmed during her Los Angeles concerts in August. The tour has been highly successful and is still ongoing, with upcoming shows in South America, Europe, Asia, and the United States. Projections suggest that by the end of The Eras Tour, it will become the highest-grossing concert tour in history, with estimated ticket sales exceeding $1 billion.
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is set to premiere in theaters on October 13, simultaneously in 100 countries. However, some nations may have to wait a few weeks for the film's release.
Swift's concert film has been consistently breaking records and surpassing expectations. It notably set a single-day ticket sales record for AMC Theatres in North America, generating an impressive $26 million. This achievement surpassed the previous record held by Spider-Man: No Way Home, which had garnered $16.9 million in presale tickets in a single day.
As Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences with her music and performances, her concert film promises to be a must-see for fans worldwide. With its unprecedented success in advance ticket sales, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is poised to make a significant impact in the realm of concert films.