Fans around the world have wished Taylor Swift a happy birthday who recently finished her The 1989 World Tour here in Australia, but the biggest surprise was from Taylor Swift herself.
Taylor Swift and Apple Music have announced you will be able to watch her entire live performance of her 1989 World Tour exclusively on Apple Music from December 21st featuring additional never before seen footage filmed backstage during rehearsals, with surprise musical and special guests.
Filmed in front of 76,000 fans, this exclusive concert film captures the excitement and energy of the hottest pop artist in the world.
Something special for Australians audiences is the fact the entire live performance you will be watching was filmed in front of 76,000 fans at ANZ Stadium in Olympic Park, Sydney.
The 1989 World Tour LIVE will be available exclusively to Apple Music for all members – access will be via a number of compatible devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac and PC. One of the best ways to watch the performance will be from your TV, and you will be able to watch the performance on your TV with the brand new Apple TV, which allows you to watch and stream Apple Music (and more) to your TV.
To access Apple Music you will require an active Apple Music account, if you don’t already have one head over to Apple.com/music where you can sign up for a three-month free trial. This is the second major event to be held by Apple Music with the other being Apple Music Festival earlier on in the year.