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Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Movie Parents Guide: Is it Kid Friendly?

Taylor Swift is bringing her 3-hour concert to the big screen with The Eras Tour concert film. Many kids, tweens, and teens have already seen Taylor Swift live in concert during The Eras Tour. If you haven’t, now’s your chance. Many parents are opting to bring their younger children who are Taylor fans, but is The Eras Tour movie kid friendly? Here’s what parents need to know to prepare for The Eras Tour film experience. 

The Eras Tour Movie Parents Guide

Is The Eras Tour Kid Movie Kid Friendly? Parents Guide

With a runtime of 2 hours and 48 minutes, The Eras Tour movie length may be the least kid friendly thing about the show. There is no intermission and young kids may find sitting through it difficult. But if you’re a true Swiftie, then I think the energy inside the theater, plus the amazing songs will keep you entertained. 

Parents do need to know that some of Taylor Swift’s lyrics do contain some profanity.

Age Rating: Why is The Eras Tour Movie Rated PG-13?

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour movie is rated PG-13 for strong language and suggestive material which means some content may not be suitable for kids under 13. 

When Can You Pee During Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Movie?

The best time to use the bathroom during The Eras Tour movie is during one of your least favorite songs or one you don’t know as well. Here is Taylor’s set list from The Eras tour, so you can plan accordingly. 

What Songs Have Been Removed from The Eras Tour Movie?

Here is a list of the songs that have been cut from The Eras Tour Movie from the tour.

  • The Archer
  • No Body, No Crime
  • Long Live
  • Cardigan
  • ‘Tis the Damn Season
  • Wildest Dreams

Is Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Movie Appropriate for Kids Under 12?

The Eras Tour movie is a great opportunity for kids to be able to experience a Taylor Swift concert without the high price tag. You can expect some strong language in some Taylor Swift lyrics as well as some mature lyrics. One song says, “f*ck the patriarchy.” Other songs include words like bi*ch, sh*t, and damn. Taylor doesn’t use the words often, but they are there.

Be prepared for moviegoers to be dressed up in different concert outfits as well as full of energy including singing and dancing during the film. There will also be fans trading bracelets. Although not the complete concert experience, it’s pretty close.

Taylor Swift is bringing her A-game to the theater and giving more fans the chance to sing-along with her incredible concert experience. If you’re not a Swift fan, should you go? The movie tickets are more expensive than regular movie tickets, but if you’ve been curious at why there are such dedicated fans, then go enjoy the experience. 

Have fun, Swifties!

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Movie Poster