Taylor Swift sparks fan frenzy with major Eras Tour announcement!
The 33-year-old singer unveiled the trailer for the movie, which features footage from her sold-out stadium tour, on Thursday.
Per Variety, AMC Theaters will host at least four screenings per day on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays beginning on October 13. AMC will also distribute the film to select additional theaters in North America.
In true Swift fashion, adult tickets run for $19.89 and $13.13 for children and seniors. IMAX and Dolby Cinema screenings are available for a higher cost.
In a statement, AMC Theaters said that new precautions had been taken to prevent a total crash of the site.
"AMC has upgraded its website and ticketing engines to handle more than five times the largest influx of ticket-buying traffic the company has ever experienced before," they said. "But AMC is also aware that no ticketing system in history seems to have been able to accommodate the soaring demand from Taylor Swift fans when tickets are first placed on sale."
The announcement comes after rampant fan speculation about a possible concert film sparked by camera crews at the Los Angeles shows earlier this month.
Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour is coming to the big screen
During her first few nights in Los Angeles, Swift was joined by on-stage camera crews consisting of both cameramen and robotic cameras.
She kept her outfits consistent and repeated fan-favorite surprise songs, including Our Song, which is likely to serve as the representation of the debut era for the flick.
The Anti-Hero artist shared her excitement about the upcoming film on social media, writing, "The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far, and I'm overjoyed to tell you that it'll be coming to the big screen soon."
For fans who were lucky enough to attend the concert in person, be sure to dust off those friendship bracelets and cowboy boots because Swift is encouraging "Eras attire, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing."
The Eras Tour concert film, directed by Sam Wrench, begins playing in North American theaters on October 13. Tickets are available now.
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