EXCLUSIVE Taylor Swift Shares ‘Long Live’ Performance Clip and Releases Extended Eras Tour Film on Her 34th Birthday

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“Celebrate 34 with me by watching The Eras Tour (Extended Version) including ‘Long Live’ 🐉 ‘The Archer’ 🏹 and ‘Wildest Dreams’ 🩵 at home,” wrote Swift


EXCLUSIVE Taylor Swift Shares 'Long Live' Performance Clip and Releases Extended Eras Tour Film on Her 34th Birthday

The crowds in stands went wild for Taylor Swift at the Eras Tour — and now they can do the same from home.

On Wednesday, the pop superstar released an extended version of her concert film Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (available to rent via video on demand services) in honor of her 34th birthday and posted to Instagram to thank fans for their support.

The extended version of the Eras Tour movie features performances of Lover’s “The Archer,” 1989’s “Wildest Dreams” and Speak Now’s “Long Live,” which were previously omitted from its theatrical release. To celebrate the film’s at-home availability, Swift premiered a clip of the “Long Live” performance on TODAY and later shared the video to Instagram alongside a sweet caption.

“I had the time of my life fighting dragons with youuuu,” she wrote, referencing track’s lyrics. “Celebrate 34 with me by watching The Eras Tour (Extended Version) including ‘Long Live’ 🐉 ‘The Archer’ 🏹 and ‘Wildest Dreams’ 🩵 at home!”



Swift continued, poking fun at fans’ feedback regarding her social media posting style: “PS troll me all you want about my excessive and literal millennial emoji use but A) no one’s prouder to be a millennial and B) it’s my bday and today I am exempt! 🎂”

Earlier this week, Swift also premiered a clip of “The Archer” from the film on TODAY, which saw her dressed in her pastel-colored Atelier Versace bodysuit as she sang the lyrics: “Combat, I’m ready for combat / I say I don’t want that, but what if I do? / ‘Cause cruelty wins in the movies / I’ve got a hundred thrown-out speeches I almost said to you.”

Originally, the cinematic version of Swift’s career-spanning 2023 tour came in at just over 2 hours and 45 minutes, shortened from the live show runtime of 3 hours and 15 minutes. Now, the Extended Version is about 15 minutes longer.

As the concert film directed by Sam Wrench was shot over the course of her August performances at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, a handful of other portions of the setlist still won’t be included in the on-demand version. “Cardigan” and “No Body, No Crime” with Haim, played at the L.A. dates, won’t be included, and other songs from the tour like “Invisible String,” “Nothing New” with Phoebe Bridgers, the “Seven” interlude and “’Tis the Damn Season” also won’t be featured.



The Midnights artist announced The Eras Tour (Extended Version) in late November when she revealed that it would be available to rent at home starting on Dec. 13 in honor of her 34th birthday.

At the time, she shared the news by posting a clip of “Wildest Dreams” from her concert on social media. In the caption she wrote, “Well, so, basically I have a birthday coming up and I was thinking a fun way to celebrate the year we’ve had together would be to make The Eras Tour Concert Film available for you to watch at home!”

She continued, “Very happy to be able to tell you that the extended version of the film including ‘Wildest Dreams,’ ‘The Archer’ and ‘Long Live’ will be available to rent on demand in the US, Canada & additional countries to be announced soon starting on … you guessed it, December 13 🫶💋.”