Taylor Swift’s official tour film, “The 1989 World Tour Live,” is now available for streaming exclusively on Apple Music. Filmed at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, the film includes an entire show with special guest performances, and never-before-seen backstage footage.
“The 1989 World Tour — Live captures the excitement and energy of the hottest pop artist in the world,” reads the film’s description on iTunes. “Filled with great music, an electrifying stage show and superstar guest appearances, the concern film is only on Apple Music.”
The film comes just six months after Taylor Swift’s controversial open letter to Apple, which criticized the Cupertino company for its decision not to pay artists for music played during Apple Music’s three-month trial period.
Apple quickly changed its mind after that letter picked up steam, and it has been in Swift’s good books ever since. Not only is Apple Music the only place where you’ll find the “1989” tour movie, but it’s also the only place where you can stream the “1989” album.
“The 1989 World Tour Live” runs for two hours and 12 minutes, and you can watch it on an iOS device inside the Apple Music app, on Apple TV, and in iTunes on a Mac or PC. You will need a valid Apple Music subscription (paid or trial).