Today is Taylor Swift’s 26th birthday. Happy birthday Taylor! Instead of celebrating it with cake and a general sense of malaise like normal, non-mega-pop-star human beings, she’s instead announcing The 1989 World Tour LIVE, a concert special featuring footage from the massive, star-studded tour that she just wrapped up last night. Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, it’ll include Swift’s entire 11/28 performance at Sydney, Australia’s ANZ Stadium in addition to appearances from the many celebrities she welcomed to the stage over the course of the tour, including St. Vincent, Beck, Ellie Goulding, the Weeknd, Lorde, Mick Jagger, Fetty Wap, and HAIM. Since writing that open letter and successfully getting Apple to change their policy and pay royalties during Apple Music’s three-month free trial period, Swift has been a fan of the streaming service — currently the only platform to offer 1989 — and the doc will be out next Sunday, 12/20, as an Apple Music exclusive. (After penning the letter, “I was struck with this overwhelming sense of fear. Like, are they going to turn my phone off? Are they going to turn the video camera on?” Swift said in an interview with Zane Lowe, which will air on Beats 1 on Monday, the AP reports. “Are they watching me right now? Am I going to wake up tomorrow and all of my music will be off of iTunes? Like absolute terror hit.”) Watch the video announcement below.