ABBA Symphonic embodies the exact spirit of the group fans adore, while adding an exhilarating orchestral-rock twist which is simply just enormous fun!
A real crowd-pleaser of a live show, currently attracting audience members of all ages.
ABBA are undeniably one of the most influential and impactful pop super-groups of all time, while the popularity of both the band and their seminal songs has only continued to flourish – in an extremely rare way – throughout the decades, in part thanks to the smash hit musical Mamma Mia! introducing the group to a whole new generation of fans.
London show ABBA Voyage, a recently dropped holographic performance, has been met with rave reviews and, along with the world-conquering musical and movie franchise, made it undeniably clear that ABBA and their catalogue of work are still fabulously relevant in modern pop-culture.
Enter, ABBA Symphonic.
ABBA’s biggest his songs on a grand scale like you’ve never heard them before.
ABBA Symphonic, arranged and conducted by Grammy Award winner Steve Sidwell, features leading star performers from the London’s West End production of MAMMA MIA!, backed by a stunning rock band and with full orchestra.
The result… is a breathtaking.
A marathon show of ABBA’s greatest hits on an epic scale that is guaranteed to have you on your feet, dancing the night away.
The show, in essence, is an unashamed celebration of the groups’ biggest tracks – including Waterloo, Dancing Queen, Voulez Vous, Mamma Mia and all the hits…
In the upcoming Castle Howard show (August 21), Irish singer-songwriter Jack Lukeman – who has toured with the likes of Imelda May, Jools Holland, The Proclaimers and Neil Sedaka – takes the helm and fans who’ve caught the show have lavished praise on both performer and the whole production across social media.
Fun evening in Milton Keynes (honestly never thought I’d say that! 😄) watching ABBA Symphonic. A perfect summer evening 💙☀ pic.twitter.com/Jd8daMQtXO
— Cathy O’D (@l0islane) July 15, 2022
Bring picnics, chairs, blankets and get ready for an incredible and uplifting evening of live entertainment.
Tickets and more info available by clicking here.
@RealRobFowler will perform in York on 21st August. The Abba symphonic in Milton Keynes was fantastic, don’t miss out on this if you’re in York! https://t.co/gO68B7Vxo2
— Christiane (@AstroChristiane) August 14, 2022