ABBA Mania tickets and 2022 tour dates

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The Legends Festival - Westpoint, Exeter

Westpoint Exhibition Centre in Exeter

Friday 10th June

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Princess Royal Theatre in Port Talbot

Friday 10th June

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Look-A-Like Festival: Outdoor Tribute Festival!

Victoria Park Southport in Southport

Sunday 12th June

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The Legends Festival - Kings Park, Bournemouth

King's Park Bournemouth in Bournemouth

Friday 17th June

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The Legends Festival  - Broadlands Estate - Romsey

Broadlands Estate in Romsey

Friday 24th June

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The Legends Festival  - Adur Recreation Ground, Shoreham-By-Sea

Adur Recreation Ground in Shoreham By Sea

Friday 1st July

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Biography

It has now been 31 years since Abba last toured and, as you can imagine, in 1979 requests for tickets far outstripped availability with two Royal Albert Hall performances receiving 2 million requests for tickets, with only 5000 available. In short, it was the hottest ticket in town.

Even today ABBA MANIA continues to grip the nation with countless tributes on television, radio and of course with the hugely popular stage hit Mamma Mia, now a feature film, so there are no signs that this popularity is slowing down!

ABBA MANIA the tribute takes you back in time by recreating one of the world’s finest pop groups in a live stage performance. This highly polished and professional production was created in 1999 and played its first shows in 2000.

In 2002 ABBA MANIA was invited to perform at London’s West End, and played for 18 weeks at the Strand Theatre. In November 2002, the show made its German debut at the Deutsches Theatre Munich where it sold every seat in the house for 21 performances!

In 2003 the show was presented with a prestigious Radio Regenbogen award for the best musical of 2002. Fellow winners that year were Tom Jones and Meatloaf. In the same year, ABBA MANIA toured extensively throughout Europe selling out theatres wherever they performed, including 24 consecutive shows in the Schiller Theatre in Berlin, and Cologne Arena selling 10,000 tickets in one night.

The highlight of 2004 was playing a one off television special. Viewed by over 11 million people and broadcast throughout Europe, the show celebrated thirty years since ABBA came to prominence with Waterloo (Eurovision 1974). Fellow performers included original members of the ABBA band, stars from the musical Mamma Mia, and even the iconic Bjorn Ulveaus made an appearance.

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