It's the season of giving! Today, December 13, is Taylor Swift's 29th birthday – but Swift is the one doling out the presents. This morning, Refinery29 can confirm that this New Year's Eve, the superstar's Reputation stadium tour will play its last stadium: Netflix Global. The "Delicate" singer secretly filmed a concert movie during her performances at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, and will debut a live concert movie featuring the footage, set to premiere on December 31 at 12:01 a.m. PST.
The October Dallas shows, for those following the tour, featured appearances from Marin Morris, who sang "The Middle," and the band Sugarland, who performed the Swift-penned song "Babe." Most importantly, in Dallas, Swift performed a rendition of "All Too Well," one of her most beloved songs.
"When she fell, she fell apart," Swift says in a voiceover in the movie's trailer, below. "When she rose, she rose slowly."
And she did, indeed. Swift's Reputation tour marked a big moment for the singer-songwriter, who took almost a full year off from summer 2016 to August of 2017. She rose slowly, but surely, from the ashes of 2016's flurry of tabloid attention with a new album and a new look. She said that "Old Taylor" couldn't come to the phone "right now...because she's dead," replacing the erstwhile Taylor with someone new, someone who cared a lot less about her reputation.
Reputation dropped in November of 2017, and the tour began in May of 2018. Swift earned two Billboard Music Awards: one for top-selling album, and another for best female artist. With $266.1 million in revenue, the tour beat out the Rolling Stones for highest-selling U.S. tour, ever. Most recently, reputation earned a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album.
Below, the trailer for Swift's first Netflix foray.