Disney+ will debut a Taylor Swift 'Folklore' concert film this week

Swift will play the hit album in full and tell stories behind each song.

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Disney+ has a Thanksgiving treat in store for Taylor Swift fans. Starting at midnight PST (3AM ET) on Wednesday, you’ll be able to stream an “intimate concert” of Folklore, Swift’s latest album.

Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, which Swift directed, was filmed at the eponymous studio in upstate New York in September. It marked the first time Swift had been in the same room as her collaborators, with whom she recorded the album remotely. 

In the film, she performs Folklore's 17 songs in order with the help of co-producers Aaron Dessner (The National) and Jack Antonoff (Bleachers), as well as guest Justin Vernon (Bon Iver). Swift also tells the stories behind the songs on Folklore, which is the best-selling album of the year so far.

This won’t be the first time a Swift concert film has popped up on Disney+. Earlier this year, a performance of songs from her previous album, Lover, aired on ABC before it hit that platform and Hulu. Last year, Swift headlined an Amazon Prime Day concert that streamed on Prime Video.

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