Missed out on a Taylor Swift ticket? Here’s how you can watch The Eras Tour

Taylor Swift fans are encouraged to act swiftly to book tickets to their local cinemas following news that the pop icon's Eras Tour concert film will be broadcast around the world next month. 

Thousands of Irish fans were left disappointed in July when the American singer/songwriters' three concerts at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium in June 2024 were quickly sold out. 

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In August, Swift – who recently completed the first US leg of her album-spanning world tour – announced that she was releasing a new concert film.

Describing the tour as “the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far”, Swift shared that the film would be released in AMC cinemas in the US on 13 October.

With her announcement that it would be going global in over 100 countries, now Irish fans are quickly booking their seats for what is being billed as a once-in-a-lifetime concert film, with a breathtaking, cinematic view of the history-making tour.

Tickets are already on-sale online in local cinemas, with Derry's Omniplex even screening 10 showing a day of The Eras Tour Concert Film on October 14 and 15, as well as additional screenings the following weekend. 

Belfast's Odeon cinema is offering cinema concert goers a chance to take home a piece of music history, with a free mini-poster along with pre-booked tickets.

Tickets are priced from £19.89 for adults and £13.13 for under 17s.