A week before the cinema release, singer Taylor Swift (33) has already grossed more than 100 million US dollars (around 950,000 euros) worldwide with her concert film. This is reported by “The Hollywood Reporter”, citing AMC Theaters. The cinema operator and its partners Variance Films, Trafalgar Releasing, Cinepolis and Cineplex have reached agreements to show Taylor Swift’s concert film in around 100 countries. Advance sales take place in more than 8,500 cinemas worldwide.

With her film for her tour “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour”, the exceptional artist, who has been showered with awards, is once again breaking records. On the first day of pre-sales, $26 million was raised, breaking a record previously set by the Marvel hit “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (2021). The film is expected to become one of the most successful titles of the year, grossing up to $125 million in North America alone. AMC Theaters said advance ticket sales are strong across the U.S. market, particularly for premium large-screen formats such as Imax, Dolby Cinema and other premium film venues. Many Taylor Swift fans wanted to secure tickets in time.

The film will have its world premiere in Los Angeles on October 11th. It will then be in cinemas from October 13th at 6 p.m. In Germany, the film can be seen at the Cinemaxx and UCI cinema chains.

Swift’s “Eras Tour” has become a cultural phenomenon. With record demand for tickets and world records broken in attendance and concert tour revenue, Swift offers her fans a 44-song setlist spanning the singer’s career. The tour, which will span five continents, started in Arizona in March 2023. Swift is currently taking a short break before the tour continues on November 9th in Buenos Aires. Some – already sold out – concerts are also planned in Germany for the summer of 2024. Experts expect the tour to gross a total of over $1 billion. No other concert tour has ever generated so much revenue.