Taylor Swift’s concert film Eras Tour is going around the world.

The North American singer announced in an Instagram post on Tuesday morning, September 26, that the documentary about her massive tour will be available in cinemas in more than 100 countries around the world. Yes, including Ecuador.

“The tour is not the only thing we will be doing around the world…” the singer wrote Empty space using a globe emoji. “I’m so excited to tell you that The Eras Tour concert film will officially hit theaters WORLDWIDE on October 13!”

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Taylor also shared the film’s official website www.tstheerastourfilm.com, where he published the list of countries where the film will be shown: Albania, Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, Bermuda, Colombia, Cyprus, Ecuador, Fiji, Gibraltar, Iceland , including Italy, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Malta, Mauritius, Moldova, Nicaragua, Peru, Poland, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Ukraine, Venezuela and Zambia.

The film will also have a late release on November 3 in other countries: Brazil, Bulgaria, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Macau, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam.

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For each country, the film website Eras Tour has linked the websites of the cinemas where the title is expected to be available. According to this information, the film will apparently be shown in Ecuador in Supercinemas, Multiplexes and Cinemark. So far, only Supercines, El Rosado’s cinema chain, has confirmed the national screening in a social media post.

The recorded concert lasts 2 hours and 45 minutes. Tickets for most international screenings went on sale on September 26. In the United States only, tickets for the film cost $19.89 plus tax for adults and $13.13 for children and seniors (plus tax).