Shanklin Theatre will be hosting ‘The Abba Reunion Tribute Show’ and tickets are going fast. For many years now, the original members of the world-renowned group, ABBA, have been saying that they will never reform the group again and this is why The Reunion Group opted to give fans the only other thing they could. This current recreation of ABBA is the closest to the original that has ever been and it is now in its 12th year. It is also one of the most requested recreations of ABBA.
New and old fans of ABBA are now able to get together and relive the moments that made ABBA a global phenomenon thanks to ‘The Abba Reunion Tribute Show’. This is the perfect way of experiencing the party style concerts that Abba used to sweep discos and airwaves back in the 1970s and 1980s. During the tribute, the fans will get a chance to enjoy some of the best of Abba’s songs from Dancing Queen to Mamma Mia and the hits are performed with such amazing authentic audio and visual elements that it could rival the original group.
The show will be on June 30th at the Shanklin Theatre and it will start from half past 7 in the evening. You can get your tickets by calling the Box Office or the events section of the Shanklin Theatre website.
Abba was a pop group that formed in 1972 in Stockholm, Sweden. The group rose to become the most successful groups in the history of music with multiple hits and commercial success. The group’s first achievement was to win the 1974 Eurovision Song Contests which was held in Brighton at The Dome. Among the groups that have participated in the competition, none has matched their success. There is no way to tell just how many records ABBA sold in total with estimates ranging from 140 to 500 million records.
ABBA is currently the most successful band of all time in continental Europe. They were the first band from a non-English speaking country to achieve success consistently in English-Speaking countries such as UK, US, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa. They also had quite a bit of success in Latin America and some of their most popular songs are also available in Spanish. The band disbanded in 1982 but they still continue to achieve plenty of success with their songs being turned into a musical which was later turned into a movie.