How to watch Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ movie on Disney+: Release time, streaming

Are you ready for it?

Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” movie is set to premiere on Disney+ on Thursday, March 14 at 6 p.m. ET/9 p.m. ET, meaning Swifties across the globe can finally enjoy the pop superstar’s record-smashing, fashion-filled tour from the comfort of their couches.

Directed by Sam Wrench, Swift’s film debuted in theaters last October and quickly (or should we say, swiftly) became the highest-grossing concert movie of all time, earning over $261 million over the course of its limited run.

The new streaming cut of the film, titled “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version),” includes fresh footage of the 14-time Grammy winner’s performance of “Cardigan” along with four extra acoustic songs.

So get all dressed up in your Eras Tour best, grab your friendship bracelets and read on for everything you need to know to stream the latest cut of the concert flick the second it drops.

Where to stream “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)”

The new movie will stream exclusively on Disney+, so you’ll need a subscription in order to watch. While there’s no free trial available, subscriptions start at just $7.99 a month for the ad-supported version of the service — which includes access to the entire Disney+ library, featuring thousands of exclusive movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, “Star Wars” and National Geographic.

For $13.99, you can ditch the commercials and have the option to download content to watch offline. You can also bundle your Disney+ subscription with Hulu and ESPN+ starting at $14.99 per month — a $12 savings.

What time to stream “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)”

The flick hits Disney+ on Thursday, March 14 — one day earlier than initially announced! — at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET.

What’s new in “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)”

Just like the original theatrical cut and the extended version that was later available to rent on demand (and added “Wildest Dreams,” “Long Live” and “The Archer” to the setlist), “Taylor’s Version” of the movie is packed with the songstress’ greatest hits from throughout her career — but there are plenty of bonuses.

In addition to “Cardigan” joining the party, the streaming film features four additional acoustic songs: “Maroon,” “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” “You Are in Love” and “I Can See You.”

Run time of “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)”

While the theatrical cut clocked in at 2 hours and 49 minutes and the extended (on demand) version was 3 hours and 1 minute long, Disney+’s offering runs for a whopping 3 hours and 30 minutes — or roughly the same amount of time Swift spends onstage each night of her tour.

Even better? Unlike at an IRL concert or movie theater, you’ll be able to pause the show when you need a bathroom break.

How to get tickets to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour

Dying to catch Swift on tour after watching the movie? We don’t blame you.

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