The Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour Live release date is confirmed, and you will need Apple Music to watch it as soon as it arrives.
Over the weekend Taylor Swift teased the 1989 World Tour Live release on Twitter, and then shared the trailer that confirms a lot of exciting details fans will want to know about.
The Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour Live release date is December 20th on Apple Music. As far as we know this is the only place you will be able to watch the concert and film experience.
On her birthday Taylor Swift announced the 1989 World Tour Live release date with a new trailer on Twitter and on the Beats One YouTube channel.
If you are an Apple Music subscriber you can watch the 1989 World Tour Live film on your iPhone, Apple TV, iPad, Mac or PC — and yes even on Android on December 20th.
We don’t know the specific 1989 World Tour Live release time yet, but it could arrive at 12:01 AM Pacific.
The Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour Live video was filmed in Sydney Australia in late November and it includes the full live performance with Taylor Swift and many guests as well as behind the scenes moments and rehearsals.
In the video we see a few of the people Taylor Swift calls, “the most amazing artists in the world,” including the following names.
- Mick Jagger
- Selena Gomez
- Fetty Wap
- Miranda Lambert
- Alanis Morrisette
- Wiz Khalifa
- Mary J. Blige
- John Legen
- Beck & St. Vincent
Fans can tune into Beats 1 radio on Apple Music to hear more about the tour at 9 AM Pacific, 12 PM Eastern on the Apple Music exclusive radio station.
You can listen to Beats 1 radio without an Apple Music subscription, so you can still tune in on the Music app on iPhone or iPad, Apple Music Android app or on iTunes.
If you decide you want to stream the Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour Live video you will need to sign up for a three-month Apple Music free trial or if yours already ended you will need to pay $9.99 a month for one user or $14.99 a month for a family of up to six.