Swifties, rise! Taylor Swift is taking ‘Midnights’ on the road with U.S. stadium tour
It’s the latest concert in the singer’s busy month-long “Stardust” world tour. From Aug. 21 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, the tour will head to New Orleans, Louisville, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Chicago, Cincinnati, Washington, D.C., and then a few stops in Europe and the Middle East.
In between the shows, Swift fans will be able to grab passes to watch “Midnights” in theaters, but some lucky fans in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas could be among the first to see the movie, complete with the song she performed there on the tour’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together Tour.”
Swift fans will also be able to meet her in person at the world tour’s final concert for the time being – the Nov. 10 show in Chicago.
Swift told MTV News that the movie’s message comes into play on the stage itself.
“I think as part of the message to people is that if we’re going to go through the hardships — that we will end up better that way — that we’re going to work it out,” she said. “It’s all going to be OK. You have to believe.”
“Midnights” is a musical with a unique, pop-like sound, with songs like “MEANT TO BE,” “Bacon” and “High by the Beach” peppered throughout. The movie is directed by Steven Spielberg, whose previous films include “Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic World.”
Here are some more pictures of Swift in the new film.
She also took the opportunity to sing for the cameras, while wearing a black and white dress by Jil Sander that was all but made for her.
“You look like you’re walking into your own movie right now, walking into ‘Midnights.’ Wherever we go, we are going to put our eyes to the screen and listen to what it is about, so that’s just my personality at the moment,” she said.
She’s been on tour for eight shows, since her last headlining gig was the sold-out Coachella Music Festival in April