Everything Fans Can Expect From Taylor Swift's 'Reputation Stadium Tour' Concert Film

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Taylor Swift performs on stage during the reputation Stadium Tour at Wembley Stadium on June 23, 2018 in London, England.

Taylor Swift’s “big reputation” is about to get even bigger. The pop superstar announced on her 29th birthday (Dec. 13) that the Reputation Stadium Tour has been turned into a concert film, and the doc will be premiering on Netflix this New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31).

While she is yet to release more details on the movie, we do know that it was secretly taped on the second of her two dates at the AT&T Center in Arlington, Texas on Oct. 6, Swift's final Reputation Tour stop in North America. And based on the spectacle that was the show, there are many things Swifties can look forward to reliving.

Ahead of the Dec. 31 premiere of the Reputation Stadium Tour film, take a look at everything we know about it so far.

Collaborations With Sugarland, Charli XCX and Camila Cabello

Longtime country music duo Sugarland joined Swift to perform their 2018 collaboration “Babe” live together for the first time on the Oct. 6 date. Not long after, Swift was joined by her openers Charli XCX and Camila Cabello (as well as an entourage of dancers) to sing “Shake It Off” -- a girl-powered performance they delivered at every Reputation Tour stop. The trio took turns picking up the vocals while syncing-up their stage moves.

Fireworks, Dancers and a Giant Snake

Swift’s energy-packed Reputation Stadium Tour was loaded with every mesmerizing concert trick out there, from pyro to massive stage props. And don't worry, Netflix already confirmed that we’ll be seeing Swift’s mega 63-foot cobra join her in the concert film. While the quieter moments (such as Swift’s acoustic rendition of Reputation cut “Dancing With Our Hands Tied”) will be awe-inspiring, the many songs making full use of the elaborate production are sure to be pretty incredible for different reasons.

A Surprise 'Red' Throwback Song

While Swift ended most her concerts with a medley that blended “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” with Reputation’s “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things,” all the other songs from Red were usually skipped. That being said, Swift decided to let “All Too Well” make a comeback as the B-stage secret song on the North American tour finale.

A Whole Lot of 'Reputation'

Taylor Swift performed almost every song off her latest album on the Reputation Stadium Tour, including “Delicate,” “Gorgeous,” “…Ready for It?,” “End Game,” “New Year’s Day,” “Look What You Made Me Do” and more. If the film features all six acts of Swift’s concert, it’s sure to be loaded with songs from the LP that pushed her sound in an edgier, electro-pop direction.

View the trailer for Swift’s upcoming concert film (as well as the Oct. 6 set list) below.

Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour Set List -- Arlington, Oct. 6, 2018


...Ready for It? 
I Did Something Bad
Style / Love Story / You Belong With Me


Look What You Made Me Do
End Game
King of My Heart


Babe (with Sugarland)
Shake it Off (with Charli XCX and Camila Cabello)
Dancing With Our Hands Tied 
All Too Well


Blank Space 
Bad Blood / Should've Said No


Don't Blame Me 
Long Live / New Year's Day


Getaway Car
Call It What You Want 
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together / This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things


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