Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version)

REVIEW: Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) Brings Joy Into Home Theaters

On Thursday, March 14 at 6 pm PDT, Disney+ added the much-anticipated Taylor Swift concert film! Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) was added to the streaming service and you could hear Swifties everywhere screaming in unison (myself included). I felt uniquely qualified to review this version of the film as I have seen the concert live (at the 1989 reveal!), in theaters, the original streaming film, and now this! Let’s jump into what you find with (Taylor’s Version)!

If you know Taylor Swift, you know she reclaimed her original music she no longer owned with a re-recorded (Taylor’s Version). It only makes sense that her version of The Eras Tour streaming would feature the most songs that hadn’t been seen yet! From the main set, “cardigan” was added back to its home in the folklore section, something we hadn’t seen from the film since its original release in October. “The Archer”, “Long Live”, and “Wildest Dreams” have all made it into their correct spots instead of after the credits. This was a major improvement, as I sorely missed these songs when they were not on the setlist.

After the credits, we now have what is known as “The Acoustic Collection”. This features all acoustic songs she recorded while filming in Los Angeles. You will hear “I Can See You”, “Death By a Thousand Cuts”, and “Our Song” on the guitar and then “You Are In Love”, “Maroon”, and “You’re on Your Own Kid” on piano. I loved having the acoustic collection together in one space, as this has become an iconic portion of the show to those who follow along at home. Having them together feels like a more intimate and connected part of the concert, giving fans a special show of some of their favorite songs.

Overall, I could not be more thrilled to have Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) available on Disney+ now. Tonight, I dressed up with my shirt from The Eras Tour and drank out of my Eras Tour movie theater cup (thank you, Bailey!!!) but tomorrow I could have a much more relaxed experience and have it on in the background while I work. The thing I am most thrilled about is having the ability to go back and watch certain songs or certain pieces of choreography whenever I want, without a timeline, and in its (almost) entirety (seriously, when can we complete the evermore set?!).

Tonight, my little Swiftie heart had another dream come true. The chance to bring more Taylor Swift into my life and getting to sing, dance, and laugh with one of my favorite pop stars. It can’t capture the same energy of seeing the show in person but it is truly the next best thing and I am so grateful to have this available on streaming now!

Have you gotten a chance to catch this on streaming yet? Which is your favorite song or era? Be sure to let me know in the comments!

For the record, Favorite Song in the concert: “Long Live”. Favorite Era: Midnights.