Taylor Swift‘s birthday is today, the singer is turning 29 years old, and she is giving fans a reason to celebrate with an announcement of a reputation Stadium Tour Netflix concert movie coming out later this month, on New Years Eve to be exact. The tour movie highlights the best moments of the highest-selling tour in U.S. history, the dramatic trailer dropped today on YouTube, and the movie will premiere via Netflix on December 31st.

“When she fell, she fell apart. When she finally rose, she rose slowly, She heard echoes of new words. Without your past, you could never have arrived here. I want to talk to you about something” and “I love you guys so, so, so, so much.” Swift narrating the clip of different moment from throughout her reputation era.

The tour movie will showcase the massive stage and its impeccable production which was in support of Swift’s 2017 release of reputation. The sold out show included fireworks, confetti, newspaper prints of Swift, pyro, b-stages, a nearly 70 foot tall cobra and so much more but you will have to tune in to see it for yourself.

Check out Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation Stadium Tour’ Trailer:

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