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You Can Now Re-Live Shawn Mendes' Historic Rogers Centre Concert In All Its Glory

Who doesn't love a blast from the past? Well, one fandom won't have any reservations about this one, because they can now re-live Shawn Mendes's historic Rogers Centre concert, in HD no less.

That's because the concert is now streaming on Netflix as of today. 

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Wanted to give you guys something as a thank you for all of the love on the documentary. Shawn Mendes

The Canadian superstar also took to Instagram to thank his fans for the support shown for his newly released documentary, In Wonder, which went live on Monday.

He also used this time to reflect on how things have changed since he last took to the stage to perform in front of a live audience.

"I know we all miss live shows so much right now so tonight we're releasing #LiveInConcert, the full concert film from the Rogers Centre show from last tour," he said in the caption.

Mendes's show from the Rogers Centre sold out to a crowd of 55,000 fans — the largest headlining show he's ever done in his career, according to Billboard

Not to mention it was done in the same province as his hometown, Pickering.

The concert on Netflix runs for one hour and 30 minutes.

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