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Herald News: “THE TRIBUTE SHOW” on ABBA is About to Show – Hungary!

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“Mama Mia” … Watch out … Two Tribute Concerts on Route to Hungary!

Monday, March, 25. 2019. 8 p.m. – AUDI Arena – Győr

Tuesday, March, 26. 2019. 8 p.m. – Papp László Sport Arena  – Budapest

THE SHOW now celebrates honoring the 45th anniversary by ABBA’s “People Need Love”.

TO BE or Not TO BE … needn’t have to raise that question … let’s stay with the TO BE  version! “Super Trouper” … 2 hour musical extravaganza with ABBA story in songs from their Eurovision beginnings all the way to major chart success! They still sell around 2 million records/year.

The show kicks off at the tail end of the 60s when Bjorn, Benny, Agnetha and Frida meet to play together for the very first time. Throughout the course of the production, the audience is led on a magical music journey through the rise and rise of ABBA. Classic songs such as Waterloo, SOS, Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Money Money Money, Knowing Me Knowing You and many more will ring the bell of many in the audience.

Adding to THE SHOW … several of the original ABBA musicians will be on stage as guest performers, that is unique to their tribute.  On the spot may will recognize the legendary sax player Ulf Andersson who is on tour at THE SHOW. He cowrote the musical composition hit song „I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do”  with original ABBA member Benny Andersson.

THE SHOW was created in 2001 and is on the run with world-wide success, having more than 700 concerts in 40 countries and over 2 million tickets sold. The music in THE SHOW is played by the Swedish band Waterloo and backed by The National Symphony Orchestra of London directed by musical director Matthew Freeman. They have had previously performed with big stars such as: Sir Cliff Richard, Elvis Costello and Robbie Williams.

ABBA after the following decades to the Eurovision Song Contest became in the world the biggest selling pop group in the history,  they almost stepped forward to be number 1., but remained second to The Beatles.

Abba is now a living legend, proven for decades by the world-wide live concerts, the successful Mamma Mia movies and, last but not least, the Mamma Mia musical, which is also a huge success.

Keep a close eye on the date and time to THE SHOW at AUDI Arena – Győr and at Budapest’s Papp László Sport Area!

Update Aggie Reiter