Netflix To Stream Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour Film, Watch Trailer

I’m going, to be honest here, I’m not a Taylor Swift fan or even can say I’m an expert on her music, but millions are. If you’re bored of the usual Hogmanay programming and a fan of Swift, Netflix has the perfect film for you.

Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour Film offer fans to the American singer a chance of front row seats final U.S show. Expect plenty of fan favourites get you singing, toe-tapping, why not your New Year’s Eve Party?

However, you celebrate the New Year, put on your glad rags or onesie, get yourself your favourite munchies and see in the bells! Check out The Trailer

Taylor Swift is gifting the world front row seats to the last show of the U.S. leg of the Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour, the highest-selling tour in U.S. history, and it’s only on Netflix! This epic concert film features pyro, fireworks, multiple stages and of course, a 63-foot cobra named Karyn. Streaming globally on Netflix on December 31st, Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour will bring the sold-out 60,000 person show to you – whether you’re watching at a house party, a dive bar on the East Side, or on the couch with your cats. Call it what you want, but we’re calling it the best New Year’s Eve plans ever. Are you ready for it?!

This Netflix original concert documentary Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour will launch globally on Netflix December 31st, 2018.

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