Taylor Swift’s “1989 World Tour LIVE” coming exclusively to Apple Music

Even though it’s Taylor Swift’s 26th birthday today, she seems to be in the giving mood. Today, December 13th, Swift announced on her website and twitter that the “1989 World Tour LIVE” will launch on Apple Music on December 20th. Sadly, it won’t be available for purchase, but it is free for Apple Music subscribers.

Directed by Jonas Akerlund, who has the On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z under his belt, the concert features Swift’s performance in Sydney, Australia at the ANZ Stadium on November 28, 2015 where she performed in front of 76,000 fans. It will include appearances from many of the special guests that surprised fans on the tour, from Ellie Goulding to Serena Williams.

The 1989 World Tour started back in May and ended only just yesterday. How perfect can the timing be? Swift’s tour featured a number of her hit songs, including every track from “1989”, which has sold more than 5 million copies and earned her seven Grammy nominations, including album of the year.

For the people who’ve been saving their Free 3-Month subscription, what a better time to use it.

Watch the Trailer for 1989 World Tour Live below and click on the link to see her posting on her website.

“1989 World Tour LIVE” Announcement

Amber Mack is a 20-year-old from Atlanta, Georgia attending UWG (Go Wolves!), and is working to obtain a degree in Convergence Journalism with a minor in Creative Writing. She loves, poetry, books (preferably YA), music, and Netflix. When she's not attending classes, she writing poetry and/or songs while enjoying excessive binges of Gilmore Girls and Charmed. Some of her favorite things include: mashed potatoes, her cat Onyx, singing even though everyone is watching, making up random songs, and anything 90's to 2007. When she's not around people you'll find her dancing alone in her room. She has a brain full of random facts that are quite interesting. Right now, her obsession is Troye Sivan but that won't change anytime soon.
  • Maya

    Great article! I loved it!