Taylor Swift's 'Eras Tour' Movie Tickets Sell Out in Minutes, Crashing AMC App

A Taylor Swift enthusiast's devotion knows no bounds.

The singer's dedicated fanbase wreaked havoc on the AMC app when she announced a concert movie for her legendary Eras Tour would hit theaters on October 13.

Swift shared this exciting news on August 31 via Instagram, accumulating over 5.3 million likes within seven hours.

Her announcement coincided with the release of a video teaser for "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour."

Swift described The Eras Tour as the most profound and electrifying experience of her life, expressing her immense joy at its upcoming big-screen debut.

North American theaters will start screening the concert movie on October 13, complete with a dress code encouraging fans to embrace Eras-themed attire,

friendship bracelets, and plenty of singing and dancing.

Swifties, notorious for crashing Ticketmaster in various countries during ticket releases for live shows, rushed to secure seats in response to the surprise announcement.

AMC, anticipating the overwhelming demand, enhanced its ticket server capacity to handle traffic exceeding five times the previous record for tickets sold in an hour.

Despite these efforts, customers still faced long wait times to access the app, with some receiving notices indicating that online reservations were temporarily unavailable.