Just because live events are cancelled for the time being doesn't mean you're out of luck when it comes to seeing your favorite artists perform this year. Instagram, YouTube, and other platforms have been taken over with live and pre-recorded performances from some of the world's most talented performers, and now one of the biggest shows to date is available on-demand via Hulu and Disney+: Taylor Swift's City of Lover concert.
Recorded back in September of last year, the show took place in Paris at the L'Olympia Theater where Swift performed 16 songs from various albums, including live performance debuts of Lover tracks like "Death by a Thousand Cuts", "Cornelia Street", and "The Man" as well as radio hits like "I Knew You Were Trouble", "Love Story", and "Shake It Off". With chart-toppers and deep cut fan favorites, the show is sure to bring some relief to Swifties upset by Taylor's upcoming Lover Fest dates being rescheduled from this summer to 2021.
Taylor Swift's City of Lover concert: When & where
The City of Lover concert originally premiered on ABC on May 17, though right now you can catch it streaming on-demand via Hulu and Disney+. That gives you the chance to watch whenever you want — and for free if you're not a member of one of these services already.
How to stream City of Lover concert in the U.S.
If you loved Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour on Netflix, City of Lover is a fantastic follow-up that you can begin watching right now on Hulu or Disney+. Both services offer a free trial if you're not currently a member, though Disney+ only offers seven days for free while Hulu gives you a whole month before you'll have to pay for membership.
While Hulu has some expensive plans offering live TV streaming, the City of Lover concert is available on all of them, even its base plan priced at $5.99 per month. Start a free 30-day trial if you're not currently a member to begin streaming.
Meanwhile, Disney+ is available for as low as $6.99 per month and offers a free 7-day trial. You could even choose to bundle both services at a discount and become a member of Hulu and Disney+ (and ESPN+) for $12.99 monthly. With the Disney+ app, you'll be able to stream the show on your smartphone or tablet, computer, smart TV, streaming devices, and more.
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