Screenings Are Selling Out Fast, Premium Format Screening Are Available
By Dolores Quintana
Once Taylor Swift announced that a concert film of her incredibly popular era tour would appear in theaters, Swifties went into high gear in anticipation of the film’s release. The AMC Century City 15 theaters at the Westfield Mall will be screening this much-anticipated musical event, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” in their theaters starting on October 13. You can purchase tickets on the AMC website.
AMC will be screening the film in IMAX and Dolby Cinema and AMC’s other branded premium large format screens. The AMC 15 at the Century City Westfield does have both Dolby and IMAX screening rooms. A word to the wise: screenings for the opening night are nearly sold out.
AMC did make a list of “what to know before you go,” and it states:
- Taylor Swift Eras attire and friendship bracelets are strongly encouraged! Masks (except for standard face masks used explicitly for health and safety reasons) are not permitted.
- We encourage dancing and singing throughout this concert film event, but please do not dance on our seats or block other guests from viewing, safely walking, or exiting the auditorium.
- Feel free to take selfies and group photos, but you may not record the concert film on our big screen.
- Have the best time, but please be respectful of other guests enjoying the concert film or other movies at AMC.
- The approximate runtime is 2 hours and 45 minutes, plus approximately 10-15 extra minutes for pre-show and trailers before the concert film starts.
- Outside food and drinks are not allowed.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
- This concert film experience is excluded from A-List reservations.
- No passes, exchange tickets, or discount tickets may be used.
- The film does have sequences with flashing lights, so caution is advised for anyone with photosensitivity.
The theater will have a supply of free official mini posters for the film and Taylor Swift-themed popcorn tins and collectible cups that are available for purchase the day of the show while supplies last.