|7th December 2022|
18 - 22 Greenside Place, Edinburgh New Town EH1 3AA
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Back in 1974, Swedish pop sensations ‘ABBA’ took the world by storm, winning the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton, England with Waterloo!
Now 40 years on, their incredible musical legacy is still celebrated around the world.
These not-so Swedish superstars previously fronted BJÖRN AGAIN for over a decade. They have been delighting audiences around the world for the last 16 years, performing ABBA’s wonderful music in their own fun and unique style.
The show is renowned for it’s musical excellence & authentic voices along with great performances on stage.
The most entertaining and exciting tribute show to ABBA.
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