Taylor Swift's City of Lover concert, filmed in September 2019, will stream on 18 May on Disney+ Hotstar

Taylor Swift's City of Lover concert was shot back in September 2019 in Paris, before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic

FP Staff May 09, 2020 10:01:53 IST
Taylor Swift's City of Lover concert, filmed in September 2019, will stream on 18 May on Disney+ Hotstar

New Delhi: Days after cancelling her scheduled 2020 concerts, singer Taylor Swift on Friday announced her City of Lover concert which is set to air on the ABC network.

The 'Love Story' singer made an official announcement about her one-hour-long special concert which she had shot back in September 2019 in Paris.

"Excited to announce the City of Lover Concert! We filmed my show in Paris in September and thought it'd be fun to share it with you," the 30-year-old singer tweeted.

Here's the tweet

The show will be aired on 17 May at 10 pm ET on the ABC network and will also be available on online video streaming platforms Disney Plus and Hulu from the next day.

This comes as a musical treat for the fans of the 'Bad Blood' singer as she had earlier called off all of her stage performances for this year in view of the coronavirus outbreak.

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(With inputs from Asian News International)

 

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