Taylor Swift’s film of her latest concert, “The Eras Tour,” has already sold $100 million in advanced tickets worldwide ahead of its Oct. 13 release, distributor AMC Theatres said.
The film about the superstar pop singer’s tour will premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The demand for tickets to the film was intense immediately. After hearing that the tour would be made into a movie, Ms. Swift’s fans shattered AMC’s U.S. record for single-day ticket revenue in less than 24 hours, the company said in a release.
That first-day surge netted AMC $26 million, according to The Wrap news website.
At AMC locations in the U.S., the movie will be playing at least four times a day on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during its run.
The movie is not exclusive to AMC, and tickets for other theaters can be purchased on the movie’s website.
Worldwide, “The Eras Tour” movie will be available at more than 8,500 theaters in 100 countries.
Even with the concert film coming to theaters, the actual “Eras Tour” is still ongoing, slated to end in November 2024 with a set of shows in Toronto, Canada.