Cinemark offering private Swiftie parties for Taylor Swift ‘The Eras Tour’ film

Private auditoriums to watch the filmed version of the record-breaking concert with friends and family are on sale now

Cinemark is giving Swifties a chance to hold private showings for the record-breaking Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour concert film. The film opens in theaters on October 13th with fans having the option to shell out $800 to host up to 40 fans for private viewing.

“We are excited to offer fans the ultimate Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour concert film VIP experience in their own private Cinemark auditorium,” states Wanda Gierhart Fearing, Cinemark Chief Marketing and Content Officer. “We are wonderstruck by this event’s sensational ticket sales and are thrilled to add a new era to our fan-favorite Private Watch Parties with our Private Swiftie Parties. Our larger-than-life screens and captivating surround sound deliver a most enchanting environment to sing and dance along with friends and family to the concert of the decade.”

Cinemark’s star-studded loyalty members will also be able to enter a Private Swiftie Party Sweepstakes for a chance to win their own private viewing of the concert film.

AMC Theatres is distributing the film, which is now officially a record-breaking movie after shattering records for single-day advance ticket sales revenue at AMC. The film was announced on August 31st with presales representing $26 million in ticket sales revenue, a new record for ticket sales for a single title on one day at AMC. The previous record of $16.9 million was held by Spider-Man: No Way Home in 2021. Swift’s film broke the record in under three hours.

The film clocks in at two hours and forty-five minutes, which is less than the three-and-a-half-hour in-person show. Variety confirms all 40+ songs will be included from the first three nights of her six-night sold out SoFi Stadium run in Los Angeles last month, along with “Surprise Songs.”

The 53-date North American leg of the tour was attended by more than three million Taylor Swift fans. Not only did it shatter all concert sales records, but it also left tens of millions of adoring fans wanting more, either because they attended the concert and wanted to see it again, or after being unable to obtain tickets for sold out performance after sold out performance.

The trek is could make Swift the highest-grossing female artist and The Eras Tour the largest-ever grossing tour in US history as it’s expected to surpass $1 billion domestically and $2 billion by the end of its international run in 2024.

Fans in North America have a second chance to catch the trek next fall when The Eras Tour returns for 14 shows for a second US and Canadian leg in 2024. Swift will perform three shows each in Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis with six performances set for Toronto in October and November of next year. Gracie Abrams will support all dates.

Buddy Iahn
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