Where to watch The Eras Tour movie in Australia

There is some Invisible String connecting Australia to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Movie! It won't be a  Cruel Summer after all!

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Despite the Australian leg of The Eras Tour yet to kick off, Swifties who missed out on tickets are already trying to figure out how to experience Taylor Swift’s momentous Eras Tour. Taylor’s film version of The Eras Tour is coming to Australian cinemas from October 13th - November 5th, and you can pre-order your tickets now.

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Where to watch Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie in Australia

  • Hoyts Cinemas
  • Event Cinemas
  • Select independent cinemas
    • Dendy Cinemas
    • Hayden Orpheum
    • Palace Cinemas
    • The Ritz
    • Palace Nova
    • Wall Is Cinema
    • Luna Palace Cinemas

Taylor announced today via Twitter (X) that the Hoyts glitch was correct and The Eras Tour movie is coming to Australia. Both Event and Hoyts cinemas, and select independent theatres will house the sparkling extravaganza from October 13th. 

Rest assured that tickets won't be as hard to secure as the IRL Eras Tour, some cinemas are running up to 33 sessions per day in the opening week. Sessions do drop off to between 6- 12 per day after Sunday October 22nd, until the run is over on November 5th.

How much do tickets to The Eras Tour movie cost?

Unlike the real life Eras Tour,  you won't need to sell a kidney to be able to see The Eras Tour movie in theatres. Both Event and Hoyts are showing the film across the all of their cinema types, here is the pricing breakdown.

Cinebuzz member prices are available on all Event cinema showings, while Hoyts has added some Swifty special event pricing across the board.

Prices vary across independent cinemas, check your local for pricing.

Membership price available
Event Original$26.00$22.00$20.00Yes
Event V-Max$31.00$24.50$25.00Yes
Event Gold Class$44.00$44.00$44.00Yes
Event Boutique$42.00$42.00$42.00Yes
Hoyts Standard$19.89NA$13.13Special event price
Hoyts Lux$44.00NA$44.00Special event price
Hoyts Xtremescreen$24.89NA$18.13Special event price

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When does The Eras Tour movie release in Australia?

The Eras Tour movie will be released in Australia on October 13, the same day as the US.

In the meantime, you can find the trailer below.

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The Eras Tour movie, and other Taylor Swift films

The Eras Tour film is a cinematic version of Taylor Swift’s record-breaking Eras Tour. Swift has had camera crews capturing the action across the North American leg of the tour, but the film itself is from the three shows at SoFi Stadium in California.

The film is being released despite the SAG-AFTRA strikes, but no that doesn’t make Taylor Swift a scab. Swift reached an agreement with the unions before production began, and as such the film was given the green light. 

Films are nothing new for Swift, the artist released the Reputation Stadium Tour on Netflix, and Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions on Disney+, The Speak Now and 1989 Tours, and the Miss Americana documentary shot during her Lover era, which is available to stream on Netflix.

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