Are you adverse to standing in line? In the real world or digitally? Did you want to experience the 2019 Taylor Swift Reputation Tour but didn’t want to pay big bucks? Well, you can stream it on Netflix.
On the heels of the announcement that Taylor Swift’s latest concert film, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, is hitting theaters nationwide in just over a month, it’s a perfect time to revisit Taylor Swift: reputation Stadium Tour, or check it out for the first time if you haven’t seen it already. Filmed live during the final show in Swift’s record-breaking 2018 stadium tour and released on Netflix to ring in 2019, Taylor Swift: reputation Stadium Tour is a beautifully shot concert film that manages to capture both the scale of the absolutely massive production, complete with movable LED video screens and a gigantic inflatable snake (known affectionately as Karyn by Swifties everywhere), and finer details like Swift’s sparkly costumes, her facial expressions, and the intricate choreography done by a small army of backup dancers.
The film, which runs just over two hours, features the tour’s full 19 song setlist without any cuts — highlights of which include an acoustic “All Too Well” that predates the 10 minute version, the opening song “…ready for it?,” and a mashup of “Bad Blood” and “Should’ve Said No” that outshines the original versions of both songs. The film is such an immersive experience that it’ll have you singing and dancing along in your living room in no time.