Named one of the hottest tours of 2015, Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour is being released as a concert film.
On Sunday, December 13th, the singer’s 26th birthday, Taylor Swift took to her Instagram account to express her thanks for the birthday wishes. As a special surprise, she announced the release of The 1989 World Tour Live concert film. The post showed various crowds filmed throughout the duration of her tour. Crowds are shown as seas of lights thanks to the unique bracelets each fan was given at the shows that were synchronized to the setlist to flash different colored lights according to the song performed. The sneak peak also includes footage of the special guests she took on stage to perform with her: John Legend, Fetty Wap, and Mary J. Blige – just to name a few. In the voice over, Swift can be heard asking “I wonder what would happen if I invited the most amazing artists in the world to come out with me and perform on my stage… Would they do it?”
Every day since Sunday, Taylor Swift has released more previews leading up to the release date. They include spotlights on Mick Jagger’s, Wiz Khalifa’s and Fifth Harmony’s appearances at her shows. They show exclusive footage of the planning and rehearsal that went into the memorable performances. Swift reveals the text conversation she had with Mick Jagger about his wardrobe choice for his time on her stage. In another sneak peak, Swift is shown learning the stage choreography to Fifth Harmony’s hit song “Worth It” in preparation for their debut as Sixth Harmony. The most recent video is footage of Taylor and Wiz Khalifa on stage performing his song “See You Again” with an hug between the two that lasted for “like four years” according to Swift.
The 1989 World Tour Live is set to be released through Apple Music on December 20th, available for streaming only.
Check out the official trailer below!
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