The singer, who turned 26 on Sunday, announced the upcoming release of her 1989 World Tour LIVE concert film (to be released on Dec. 20 on Apple Music) on Twitter:
Filmed in front of 76,000 fans during her stop at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Nov. 28, it will show the entire performance and never-before-seen footage from backstage and from rehearsals with some of the musical and surprise guests. (Relive some of those star-studded moments here!)
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Looking ahead to 2016, she recently told PEOPLE she s excited about “not knowing what s next.”
“1989 was such a huge chapter in my life and career, and it’s an exciting thought to let the story write itself now for a while,” she added.
“The most challenging part of the year was being on-point for every show of a huge stadium tour. There was a lot to remember and balance with all the surprise guest performances, but it was worth it. I feel like we created memories I’ll cherish for the rest of my life.”
On Monday, Swift will share more about the documentary in an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music s Beats 1 radio.