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Taylor Swift the Era’s Tour (Taylor’s Version) Disney+ Review

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Taylor Swift’s The Era’s Tour has been the talk of the town for so many months now, and it won’t stop anytime soon.

As the highest-grossing world tour of all time, it’s no wonder why millions of people have flown in and out of cities and foreign countries just to watch the Taylor Swift perform. Of course, The Era’s Tour isn’t just a simple concert. It's more of a love letter to her fans and a testament to her ever-evolving music. 

Not all her fans can afford concert tickets, let alone fly to a different city or country to watch her live, so it’s a dream come true for countless fans who can't experience it live. Right now, it’s only available on Disney+ and Apple TV, but hopefully soon, it will also be available on other streaming platforms such as Netflix, Sling TV, Hulu, and more. 

The Era’s Tour Movie Set List

The Era’s Tour movie was filmed during her 3-day concert in Los Angeles at the SoFi Stadium. Basically, the concert is about her musical eras, from her first album in 2006 (Taylor Swift) to her 2022 album called Midnights. Of course, if you grew up listening to her songs, you’ll sing along throughout the entire film. She sang 45 tracks over the 3-hour and 15-minute film. Here’s the album/songs she sang in order:




Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince (short ver.), Cruel Summer, The Man, You Need to Calm Down (short ver.), Lover, The Archer


Fearless (short ver.), You Belong with Me, Love Story


Tis the Damn Season, Willow, Marjorie (short ver.), Champagne Problems, Tolerate It


…Ready for It?, Delicate, Don’t Blame Me, Look What You Made Me Do

Speak Now



22, We Are Never Getting Back Together, I Knew You Were Trouble, All Too Well (10-min ver.)


Invisible String, Betty, The Last Great American Dynasty, August/Illicit Affairs (short ver.), My Tears Ricochet, Cardigan


Style, Blank Space, Shake It Off, Wildest Dreams (short ver.), Bad Blood (short ver.)

Surprise Acoustic  Songs

Our Song, You’re On Your Own Kid

Taylor Swift

Tim McGraw (Acoustic)


Lavender Haze, Anti-Hero, Midnight Rain, Vigilante Shit, Bejeweled, Mastermind, Karma

If you’re going to watch this 3-hour movie, make sure to have a stable internet connection like Dish Internet so you can really enjoy the concert like you’re physically in the stadium. It’s a beautiful movie, especially if you have loved Taylor’s songs over the years. 

Our Verdict? A Musical Masterpiece of the Generation

Who would’ve thought someone could create a cohesive concert over a decade of musical evolution? Taylor Swift is truly a musical genius for pulling this off. T he costumes, the backdrops, and the choreography worked together as they should. And her vocals? Divine. Add to that the beautiful voices of the crowd singing along with her.

Honestly, there’s not much to say about the film. It’s the type of movie you watch and you won’t even notice the time passing. We recommend that you watch this on your TV or laptop. But if you prefer to watch it on your mobile phone, ensure you have a fast and stable wireless service. Otherwise, download it for offline viewing for a smoother viewing experience. 

What’s Next for Taylor Swift?

As of this writing, The Era’s Tour is still happening, with around 50 shows left. But even with Taylor’s hectic schedule, she was able to create a new album recently released called The Tortured Poets Department. It'll be interesting to see if any of these new songs are incorporated into the remaining shows or if perhaps they'll be the foundation for a future tour altogether. However, she’ll unlikely hold another tour anytime soon, so that might have to wait. 

One thing's for certain: Taylor Swift shows no signs of slowing down. We can't wait to see what musical masterpiece she comes up with next.


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