Her New Era: From Stage to the Big Screen

Taylor Swift announces film documenting her Eras Tour
Graphic designed by Features Editor Grace Lovejoy to depict the switch from stage to screen as Taylor Swifts Eras Tour becomes a film
Graphic designed by Features Editor Grace Lovejoy to depict the switch from stage to screen as Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour becomes a film
Grace Lovejoy

On Thursday Aug.31, Taylor Swift announced on Instagram the Eras Tour film that documents the North American leg of her tour and it will be released to North American theaters on Oct.13. Swift played six shows at the Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. Swift performed her first three shows in Mexico City and plans to tour throughout Europe in 2024.

“The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far and I’m overjoyed to tell you that it’ll be coming to the big screen soon,” Swift wrote on Instagram.

Swift announced the Eras Tour would be coming to movie theatres on August 31. (via Instagram)

In November Swift’s sale for The Eras Tour people voiced their opinion about the outcome. Ticketmaster left fans that waited for hours in the queue empty handed. Later on, the case went to congress and a further investigation went on for Ticketmaster.

Tickets are now on sale at AMC theaters, Regal, Cinemark and Fandango. The film is directed by Sam Wrench who also produced films for Billie Eilish, Lizzo and Jennifer Lopez. The movie will have four showtimes, Thursdays through Sundays.

 

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Grace Lovejoy, Features Editor
Grace Lovejoy is serving as the Features Editor for the McIntosh Trail this year. Lovejoy is a sophomore this year and ia McIntosh Ambassador and a Gold Honor Roll Student. Lovejoy first started journalism In sixth grade at J.C Booth Middle School working for the online newsletter. She joined the Mcintosh Trail last year and was promoted to Features Editor as a sophomore. Last year, Lovejoy won the Trail staff’s first Best of SNO Excellence in writing badge for her story “Collision course: teens and golf cart accidents in Peachtree City”. In the fall, she followed and wrote multiple stories about Taylor Swift vs. Ticketmaster. At the Georgia Scholastic Press Association’s Spring Convention, she won a superior in depth news story award for her story, “The Saga of Taylor Swift Tickets: “The Great War '' between fans and Ticketmaster”. Lovejoy is now seeing her first year as a New Voices Student Leader at the Student Press Law Center for the 2023-2024 school year. She also applied to Teen Insight, a fully teen-run student online newspaper created by New Voices Leaders. Last year, Lovejoy was a part of the McIntosh Drama Department’s one act and the McIntosh Girls Varsity Tennis Team. Lovejoy loves journaling, organizing and acting. She is very excited to help new staffers have a successful first year of highschool journalism!
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