Taylor Swift has announced that a film based on her world tour of 2014 album 1989 will be streamed exclusively on Apple Music. The concert film documents Swift's tour of the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, and is filmed in front of 76,000 fans. You'll be able to see the singer's "entire performance from Sydney with never seen footage filmed backstage and during rehearsals with surprise musical and special guests."
The film will be available starting December 20:
Beginning Sunday, December 20, The 1989 World Tour LIVE will be available in its entirety exclusively to Apple Music members around the world at applemusic.com/Taylorswift and can be enjoyed across devices including iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC and Apple TV.
Fans who don't already have an active Apple Music account can visit apple.com/music to sign up for a three month free trial today. Plus, Apple Music is the only place where fans can stream Taylor Swift's full catalog of albums and songs including the Grammy nominated Album of the Year, 1989.
If you're interested in knowing more, Swift's interview with Zane Lowe — where she discusses the creation of the film — airs on Beats 1 at 9AM PST on December 14.
Source: Taylor Swift