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Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ Movie: Cinemark Offering Private Theaters for $800

Cinemark Offering Private Theaters for $800

Roll Out the Red Carpet for Taylor Swift’s Blockbuster Concert Film Experience at Cinemark Theaters

Cinemark is pulling out all the stops for Taylor Swift’s upcoming “Eras Tour” concert film, set to make its theatrical debut on October 13. Not only can fans book a whole theatre auditorium for an exclusive screening, dubbed ‘Private Swiftie Parties,’ but this one-of-a-kind experience comes with an $800 price tag—fees not included—and can host up to 40 guests. While it might seem pricey, diehard Swifties have often shelled out just as much for a single seat at her electrifying live shows.

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Wanda Gierhart Fearing, the CMO of Cinemark, expressed the theatre chain’s exhilaration over the massive pre-sales for the event. She highlighted that this immersive cinematic experience promises to be the “concert of the decade,” courtesy of Cinemark’s cutting-edge screens and surround sound systems.

What’s more, the “Eras Tour” concert film is already smashing box office records, with a whopping $26 million in pre-sales, and setting a new one-day milestone for AMC Theatres, the official distributor. Industry experts are buzzing with projections that the film could rake in north of $100 million during its opening, an unheard-of figure for concert films. In 2023, only five other movies have managed to cross the coveted triple-digit million mark upon their release.

For those who can’t secure a private screening, individual ticket prices pay homage to Swift with adult tickets priced at $19.89 and tickets for children and seniors at $13.13—a nod to Taylor Swift’s birth year and her lucky number, respectively.

So, whether you’re assembling your squad for a ‘Private Swiftie Party’ or going solo, this is one cinematic journey through Taylor Swift’s musical eras you won’t want to miss. Source

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