90 minutes The concert is 90 minutes long and there is no interval. Doors open 1 hour 45 minutes before the start of the concert.
- 1 What time does ABBA Voyage actually start?
- 2 Is ABBA Voyage worth seeing?
- 3 What to wear to ABBA Voyage concert?
- 4 Is ABBA Voyage very loud?
- 5 Can you take photos in ABBA Voyage?
- 6 Where are best seats for ABBA Voyage?
- 7 Why did ABBA Voyage make me cry?
- 8 Who sings on ABBA Voyage concert?
- 9 Does ABBA Voyage change songs?
- 10 How does the ABBA concert work?
- 11 How is ABBA Voyage done?
- 12 How long is Dancing Queen ABBA?
How long is the ABBA performance?
The show will last for approximately 90 minutes, with no internals. If you are attending the evening performance of ABBA Voyage it will end around 9.15pm.
What time does ABBA Voyage actually start?
On a Saturday, ABBA Voyage concerts will take place at 3pm and 7.45pm – ending at 4.30pm and 9.15pm respectively. For fans who are wanting to see ABBA Voyage on a Sunday there are shows at 1pm and 6pm – which will end at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
Is ABBA Voyage worth seeing?
ABBA Voyage review: The greatest almost real pop show you’ll ever see
- This review contains spoilers for the ABBA Voyage live show currently showing in London.
- The music of Swedish pop giants ABBA is undisputedly timeless, but with their new venture, ABBA Voyage, the band have made a pitch for their own mortality to remain so too.
- Attending the ABBA Voyage show at the custom-built 3,000 capacity arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on Sunday felt like a cross between live arena show, theatre performance, immersive IMAX experience, circus and theme park ride.
ABBA Arena – Credit: Stufish Entertainment Architects)
- The ABBA Arena venue welcomes you to a bright neon concourse (with merch shops, bars, a free cloakroom and facilities) playing ’80s pop hits with cheery, friendly staff who know the secret you’re about to be let in on.
- There is more tech in the venue than any regular arena you can think of.
- 291 speakers and 500 moving lights and mirrors illuminate the audience throughout the show, while a 65 metre-tall screen wraps around most of the venue.
- Pre-show, ambient music and visuals of a Swedish forest sets an anticipatory scene, in a sparkling clean new space.
This is a show of virtual hi-tech. Much has been made of the technology used to turn the band as they are now in their seventies – Agnetha Falkstog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, into convincing digital avatars (or the “ABBAtars”).100 animators worked on turning footage of the four ABBAs captured by 120 motion capture cameras, cryogenically frozen as their younger selves in their imperial phase.
- In front of an audience, along with a live band, it’s really quite a novel experience to witness for the first time.
- You really haven’t seen anything like ABBA Voyage before.
- The 95-minute concert is an immersive experience that uses that big wrap-around screen to re-animate a band who last played live in 1979.
The entire effect is like being in an ABBA Elevator. Credit: Johan Persson
- The entire thing wouldn’t work, if the Abbatars didn’t feel real.
- As the first song in the set – the synthy space disco of ‘The Visitors’ begins, pulsating light beams herald the appearance of the four ABBA figures, life-size, realised in fully ultra-HD video, as to appear as lifelike to the naked eye, as is humanly fathomable.
- The sashaying, the dancing, the playing, the mic stands, the interplay between them is entirely believable, unquestionably so.
- The animated models used, created by Industrial Light & Magic, make use of costume details (designed by B Åkerlund in collaboration with designers like Dolce & Gabbana).
- Bejewelled and shimmering, they are almost impossible to detect from a real 3D person if they were standing and dancing across the stage, except for some slight motion blur in quick movements and the physicality of size when these digital avatars walk a few steps towards the audience.
They look, absolutely real, like -you-can’t-believe-your-eyes real. These aren’t holograms, they aren’t 3D, they are 2D renders of 3D models life-size on video screens.
- The audience is strongly discouraged in taking photos or capturing video of the performance (with the threat of ejection), so, as to keep the experience a surprise for future attendees, a move that largely works, and keeps people in the moment.
- The surreal nature of the show does make people want to capture a sneaky bit of footage all the same, though eagle-eyed stewards were on watch and dishing out warnings (though by the last two songs, more cameras were apparent).
- While watching the ABBA Voyage spectacle, on more than one occasion, I found myself saying to no-one in particular “f**king hell,” such was the jawdropping rendering of the costuming, hair and movement of the fab four, as the built-in lighting, reflected the true experience of the atmosphere in the venue.
- It was there when the band first appeared out of the ground, and Frida’s red cape fell like it was a real shining garment.
- It was there in the production, when the rising harmony lines of ‘Gimme Gimme Gimme’ were accentuated by half-sun neon-lighting that radiated outwards from the band.
- A look at the 3D rendered costume for ABBA Voyage:
Flanked by a super-tight 10-piece band featuring thumping live drums, guitar, backing vocals, saxophone, flute and more, this “live” version of ABBA performed 95 minutes of greatest hits like ‘Chiquitita’, ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Lay All Your Love on Me’, ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)’ and “Dancing Queen’ along with some surprising inclusions like ‘Hole in Your Soul’, ‘Summer Night City along with two songs from the band’s first album in 40 years – ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’ and ‘I Still Have Faith in You’ Credit: Johan Persson The thoroughly convincing optical illusion of the life-size performers on stage is only shattered by the closeups rendered on the screen, where the 3D representations become more apparent. That is when the uncanny valley vibes set in, as you look at Bjorn, blown up on the screen, singing backing vocals with glazed 3D dead-eye starring at a point unknown, or Agnetha’s skin looking a little too polished for reality. Credit: Johan Persson The virtual band do indeed take “breaks”, as each member addresses the audience individually, with Benny Anderson’s younger self addressing the “to be or not to be” nature of the virtual performers, and Bjorn pretending to have a costume change.
- While the set piece performance of ‘Lay All Your Love On Me’ puts Frida and Agnetha in spinning camera action befitting of Tron (like their costumes in the section) is spectacular in execution, it unmoors you from the action on-stage.
- The more time the life-size ABBAtars are on stage, the more it feels like a proper gig.
When the spectacle of the screens take over, it becomes a more passive experience.
- A better use of a set piece without the digital performers, is ‘Waterloo’, a live performance where the ABBAtars fade and the video footage of their 1974 Eurovision-winning performance is given centre stage (along with a dig at the UK giving them nul points that year).
- The superb live band (working tirelessly all set) getting to take over for ‘Does Your Mother Know’ is a nice way to give the band a nightly spotlight, but it ends up feeling too close to an ABBA covers band, albeit a great one, performing in the spectacular ABBA Arena.
- While there are a few surprising omissions in the Abba Voyage setlist like ‘Take A Chance On Me’, ‘Super Trouper’ and ‘Money Money Money’, the presence of certified Gold hits ‘Voulez Vous’, ‘Fernando’, ‘Thank You For The Music’ and ‘The Winner Takes It All’ make that feel like a minor quibble.
- And only during that last tear-jerking closing song, when a chorus line of backing singers fill the giant arena screen width, does the flat 2D cutout-nature of the representations we’re seeing become totally obvious.
With plans for the show to run Abba Voyage in London at least until January 2024 (the arena is basically flat-packed it so it can be transported with ease to other cities ), the ABBA Voyage experience is a risk that theatrically, experientially and musically pays off.
But it is a big expensive gamble financially, as ABBA Voyage, devoid of corporate sponsorship, needs to make £140m to break even. It’s tempting too, to wonder what band could possibly try to do this next? The Beatles? (motion capture would be hard to do), Fleetwood Mac? (At least the digital versions of themselves could break up and make up nightly without the need for ongoing therapy) Elvis? (I could see it) Queen? (they do have legacy-tinkering form).
The recent phenomenon that saw 2Pac, Roy Orbison and Whitney perform on-stage as hologram appears to have receded, at least in appetite. And in Asia, K-pop performers have previously performed as holograms back in 2015 and The question of digitally resurrecting the dead for other performers remains a more complex, unsettling one.
- ABBA Voyage doesn’t feel quite as gimmicky as those aforementioned hologram shows because of its undeniable execution in the flesh.
- Ultimately, these ABBA songs are too good, this show is so enjoyable, so spectacularly envisioned and realised, those renderings of ABBA on-stage are so detailed, as to feel real, that you can so easily suspend your disbelief.
- – Niall Byrne
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: ABBA Voyage review: The greatest almost real pop show you’ll ever see
Do ABBA come on stage at ABBA Voyage?
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|Start date||27 May 2022|
|End date||May 2024 (to date)|
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ABBA Voyage is a virtual concert residency by the Swedish pop group ABBA, The concerts feature virtual avatars (dubbed ‘ABBAtars’), depicting the group as they appeared in 1979, and utilise the songs’ originally-recorded vocals accompanied by a live instrumental band on stage.
- The concerts are held in a purpose-built venue at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, officially called the ABBA Arena,
- The digital versions of ABBA have been created with motion capture and performance techniques with the four band members and the visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic, in what is the company’s first foray into music.
The ABBA Voyage concert is produced by Svana Gisla and Ludvig Andersson, director Baillie Walsh, co-executive producer Johan Renck and choreographer Wayne McGregor, Pophouse, a Swedish entertainment company, is a co-developer of the project and its lead investor.
Do ABBA come on stage at the end?
Abba Voyage is cloaked in a veil of mystery and anonymity, thanks to the no phone rule present inside. All I knew going in, was the vague concept that CGI makes it seem like you’re at an ABBA concert from their youth. I didn’t know it took five years and cost £140m to make.
- Hopefully that gives you an idea of the magnitude of the concert.
- There were vibrant light shows which expanded beyond the stage and above the audience, screens displaying short films and the Eurovision performance that started everything, surround sound and, of course, the avatars.
- I’ve never seen anything quite like it, Abba Voyage is the peak of human imagination.
Read more: I went to see George Ezra at Birmingham Utilita Arena and the gig felt like a party The show started on a sombre note, as Anna-Frid appeared singing 1981 hit The Visitors. The audience were certainly expecting an exhilarating start and the slower number took a few people by surprise – though it turned out to be the perfect opener, a builder of suspense. Abba Voyage (Image: Johan Persson) They were perfect, down to the movement of each strand of hair, to the 70s dance moves and Benny and Bjorn on the instruments. I was worried they’d be kind of Sims-esque, but instead I just couldn’t believe they weren’t real people.
My mind was blown. During interludes where the band ‘changed outfits’, one of the many gags to make the gig seem real, we watched projections of the band singing on the 65m pixel screen. During another interlude, the backing band, handpicked by Abba themselves, give an astounding performance of Does Your Mother Know.
Obviously, the highlight of the show was Dancing Queen. As soon as the keyboard glissando and chorus of ‘aaaaah aah aaaaaah’ started, the whole crowd was in uproar, and the security guards were encouraging everyone to their feet. The scene was something from a pandemic lockdown daydream. Abba Voyage (Image: Johan Persson) The band came back for an encore of Thank you for the Music and The Winner Takes It All, before bidding farewell. But that wasn’t all, the final encore saw avatars of current day Abba come to stage, thank everyone for coming, and disappear to the sound of absolute euphoria.
What time does ABBA concert finish?
Concerts on Mondays, Thursdys and Fridays will start at 7.45pm at the ABBA Arena – with doors opening at 6pm. The concerts on these days will end at 9.15pm. If you are going to Pudding Mill Lane in London on Saturdays or Sundays there are multiple performances each day – including a matinee and evening shows.
Is it better to stand or sit at ABBA Voyage?
Everything You Need to Know About Abba Voyage and if It’s Worth the Price *I may be compensated if you purchase through any affiliate links on this site. Thank you for supporting the Creative Adventurer* When I was a teen, my mom took me to see Mamma Mia! the Musical.
As a child of the 80s, ABBA’s music always permeated the air around me, but nothing I would remember. But seeing the musical as a teenager, those tunes that once danced around my room as a child suddenly felt both familiar and brand new. I was hooked. We bought the musical album when we left the theatre, and I soon managed to dig out some of my parent’s old vinyl albums from the basement to dive into the total majesty that was ABBA.
I loved the hooks, the lyrics and most of all, the sequinned costumes! Those older than me will probably laugh at my ignorance since you grew up with ABBA being one of the biggest bands in the world. But I felt like I was discovering it for the first time.
I would dance around my front room to ‘ Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’ in full view of my utterly confused neighbours as they passed. As I grew up and started attending my first concerts, I was heartbroken when I learned that the band had broken up and I would never get to see them live onstage. That was until Coming to, you can’t miss ads for ABBA Voyage,
They are everywhere you look; on the underground, on the bus and in the paper. But even I wasn’t sure what it was all about. And once you see the price tag, you might think twice about going. I loved ABBA, but I didn’t know what a virtual musical experience was, let only if it was worth the money.
But I’m here to tell you it is. After my mom passed away, I looked for things that reminded me of her. And things that could bring me joy when I felt so low. When I saw the details about this concert, I remembered how she was the one who first took me to see Mamma Mia! and was the one to introduce me to ABBA.
It felt like she was telling me to go. And I’m so glad she did. I know mom would have loved seeing me dancing, singing, smiling and laughing throughout the show. This kind of show feels like an injection of happiness straight to the heart. Even those with minimal exposure or knowledge about ABBA should experience it.
If you weren’t a fan before, you are going to come away a newfound fanatic. In the end, the idea of something’s “worth” is incredibly subjective. But I hope this post gives you an idea of what to expect and whether you think it will be worth your money. ABBA was a Swedish pop group that gained international fame in the 1970s and early 1980s.
The group consisted of two couples: Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, The group’s name is an acronym of the first letters of their first names arranged as a palindrome. They skyrocketed to fame in 1974 when they won the Eurovision Song Contest with the song ” Waterloo.
” ABBA proceeded to top the charts with songs like “Dancing Queen,” “Mamma Mia,” The Winner Takes it All,” and “Take a Chance on Me.” They were also known for their flamboyant costumes, which helped to create a distinctive and memorable image that lives in our minds even today. Sadly, popularity and the pressures of fame took their toll on the couples, and their marriages ended in divorce,.
Leading to the eventual split of the band altogether. ABBA officially broke up in 1982. For years their music remained dormant. But when the musical Mamma Mia! was released and the movie was a subsequent box office hit, there was an ABBA resurgence. Suddenly, ABBA’s music was back in the cultural zeitgeist.
After years apart, rumours of a reunion began circulating. But the band members were adamant about never touring together again. This is where the concept of a virtual tour came into conception. The band members returned to the studio in 2018 to record a new album. And began the development of their virtual concert idea.
They joined up with team members from Industrial Light & Magic, an American motion picture visual effects company. With their help, they created virtual avatars (dubbed ‘ ABBAtars ‘) that digitally captured the group members as they appeared in 1977.
- They employed the same motion capture suit technology animated movies use to capture the singer’s unique and subtle movement.
- Allowing their personalities to translate onto the stage through their digital ABBAtars.
- A purpose-built venue at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London was created using state-of-the-art technology to bring these ABBAtars to life.
It was going to be an undertaking like no other that reportedly had a budget of £140 million. Once again, ABBA set a new bar for performance art and music more than 30 years after its first album. The digital concert is 90 minutes long with no intervals.
- The show features the ABBAtars as they take the stage to recreate their live concert experience.
- They sing and dance in front of the audience as the would have appeared in the 1970s.
- When the ABBAtars first took the stage, I gasped.
- I thought, ” no, those have to be the real people.” They looked too lifelike.
A lot of people refer to them as “holograms,” but they are so much more than that! Holograms often look two-dimensional, slightly transparent and overall just fake. But these could have been real people. The lighting is just that good. At times it felt like you could walk up and touch them.
- Even their pores could be seen when the tv screen zoomed in on their faces.
- Their mouths make these subtle expressions that only the real ABBA could have recreated.
- There were only a few moments when the ABBAtar’s faces fell into the uncanny valley,
- Uncanny valley is a phrase that refers to the unsettling feeling people experience when visual simulations too closely resemble humans in many respects but are not quite convincingly realistic.
But for the most part, I was in total disbelief at how realistic these projections were. And halfway through the show, you just forget they are projections at all. And you’re just at a concert, somehow transported back in time. Part of what makes the ABBAtars look so lifelike is the advanced lighting effects that support digital technology.
- But the lights aren’t just to hide the ABBAtars’ secrets; they are a character within the show all to themselves.
- Mirrors reflect the singer’s faces and the audience’s own awed reflection.
- Beams of light flash across the arena like shooting starts.
- Coloured lights descend from the ceiling like streamers to the delight of the dance floor, and they attempt to reach up to touch them! There isn’t a minute of this show when the arena isn’t trying to delight your eyes in some fashion or another.
Speaking of fashion the costumes! ABBA was always known for its outlandish ensembles and iconic coordinated outfits. While I perhaps expected a costume change after every song, they provided an excellent array of styles for which the band was known. Feathers, sequins, and velour graced the stage at one point.
Always throwing the crowd in a series of roars when a new costume change would be revealed. Since the members of ABBA aren’t really singing live, you might expect the music itself to be pretty lacklustre. But nothing could be further from the truth. The vocals they used were taken from original track recordings from their albums.
The mixing is super high quality, and it truly sounds like a live show, not just a recording. This is helped by the fact the ABBAtars are accompanied on stage by a live band. Featuring ten musicians and singers. This live band can be seen on the side of the stage throughout the show.
The fact that there are times when you can’t tell the difference between the band and the ABBAtars goes to show how lifelike the projections really are! But the band adds more than just live music. They add their own personal touch to vocals, and their exuberant energy and love for the performance really comes through in their smiles.
ABBA Voyage is located in the western London neighbourhood of Stratford at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Arena was purpose-built for ABBA’s modern concert spectacular. This show couldn’t be put on just anywhere. They had to literally build it, so you could come. The closest station to the venue is Pudding Mill Lane on the DLR (Docklands Light Railway.) The ABBA Arena is immediately opposite the station making the journey practically step-free! If you are instead planning on taking the underground, the closest station is Bow Lane on the District line.
From Bow Lane, it is only a 20-minute walk to the Arena. You can also transfer at Bow Lane onto the DLR, but the 20-minute walk isn’t difficult and saves you the extra fare on the DLR. After the show, the DLR station is PACKED with people leaving the show, so I’d definitely recommend the 20-minute walk to Bow Lane on the return journey.
Unless you’re the first one out of the station, you’ll end up waiting more than 20 minutes to be able to board a train anyways. Parking is very difficult to come by around the ABBA Arena, so if you’re not taking public transport, it is recommended that you take a taxi or uber and are dropped off at the Arena. The ABBA Arena includes Dance Floor, Auditorium, and Dance Booth areas, There are also special accessible seats available in dedicated sections to ensure those get the best visibility possible. The Dance Floor is my top recommendation for anyone attending this show who can stand for 90 minutes.
- It is a standing room only with general admission, so the earlier you get there, the better spot you can stake out.
- Tickets for the dance floor start at £70, with cheaper tickets on weeknights and weekend matinees.
- The Dance Floor gets you as close to the stage as possible and right into the thick of the party! It’s called a dance floor for a reason.
The minute the music started, everyone around us started dancing and singing along. It wasn’t anything crazy, so don’t worry about that, but the atmosphere and energy were absolutely infectious. In my older age, I tend to think I’m getting a little jaded with concerts, but I was smiling ear to ear throughout the entire show, and I think that was partly due to the exuberance of the crowd on the dance floor. From your vantage point on the dance floor, you can really admire how incredible the technology of the ABBAtars is. I think the farther away you are, the harder it is to appreciate how lifelike they look. The back of the dance floor does have a wall you could lean on, but for the most part, there is nowhere you can sit. The Auditorium is spread out on two different raised levels of inclined seats. Auditorium seats start at £55, The pricing is based on the location of the seats. The closer and more centred to the stage, the most expensive. But since the theatre is only so large, there really isn’t a “bad” seat in the house.
And if you feel like you won’t be able to see the ABBAtar’s close-up, just like in a real concert, large projector screens show all action happening onstage. As well as some unique digital effects that surround the entire theatre. The seated area is excellent for people who don’t think they can stand throughout the show.
And while I did see everyone in the auditorium get up and stand to dance during the encore, I found that, for the most part, they stayed seated for the rest of the performance. So keep that in mind if you think you’d prefer to be on your feet, dancing to the music.
- All accessible seating is located in the Auditorium on the first level.
- If you’re looking for a splurge, you can book one of their eight Dance Booths that can hold up to 12 people.
- Each booth is named after a special person from the ABBA universe and features plenty of seating and a private dance floor.
These tickets start at £153 per person and are located on the second level of the Auditorium. While they are private, they definitely don’t get the best view. sometimes offers discounted tickets, but I found that buying through the official site was often where you could find the best prices.
- But it never hurts to look, especially if you’re looking for last-minute tickets during less busy times of the year.
- Taking pictures or video recordings is strictly prohibited,
- If you are caught taking pictures during the show, you will be removed from the concert hall.
- Thankfully their official Instagram has a few photos of the show to help tell this story.
I think, aside from ensuring people have a phone-free concert experience, one of the reasons why they are so strict is that they want to protect the proprietary technology they created for this unique show. But going to a concert phone-free was truly extraordinary and left you completely at the moment and utterly immersed.
- Before the show, you can take photos outside the arena and inside the main arena concourse.
- Inside the arena, I asked if we could take a picture of our group, and they said that was ok so long as the show hadn’t started and we were capturing ourselves.
- Doors to the ABBA Arena open 1 hour 45 minutes before the concert, so you can arrive early to make the most of the bar and food outlets, which will be open before the concert starts.
Be aware the food and drink area of the arena is located outside, so think about this before checking your coat or leaving the house without one altogether. The main concourse has two large bars serving cocktails, wine, draught beer, spirits and soft drinks.
- They also have traditional British favourites like Pimms! We visited during the holiday season, and they even had mulled wine! There is also a dedicated food area serving a selection of hot & cold options for you to choose from.
- We arrived an hour before the show, around dinner time, and since the area surrounding the arena is pretty devoid of food spots, we decided to eat inside.
We indulged in their fanciful hot dogs. The Mergues dog was a lamb sausage served with chipotle mayo and topped with carrot and onion slaw. Have to say, it was pretty delicious for a concert dog. If you don’t want to wait in line to get your drinks and snacks, you can and collect them when you arrive.
There are various collection points around the Arena, so choose the one that works best for your seats. You can leave the arena during the show to get a drink, but as the show is only 90 minutes long, I’d recommend simply bringing in whatever you plan on drinking so you don’t miss a minute! You are entitled to bring water, and they have refill stations for water bottles.
This is great as the dance floor can really get hot, and it’s good to keep hydrated. Especially if you have dance floor tickets, make sure you coat check since it gets really hot with the energetic dancing. But be aware that the queue to collect your coat at the night’s end can get pretty lengthy. One of the most exciting parts of the wait before the show is perusing the merch booth. And the one at ABBA Voyage certainly didn’t disappoint! Their “” was phenomenal and felt like recreated pieces from their original tour merch. I’m still upset I didn’t buy that enamel mugBut we did come away with the tea towel (love me a tea towel) as well as the souvenir programme. This show meant a lot to me; it felt like a connection to my mom when I needed it most. But aside from that, it was a genuine BLAST. I still am talking about it to all my friends who are planning trips to London. While the ticket prices may seem a bit steep, I believe that the overall quality of the experience justifies the cost.
What to wear to ABBA Voyage concert?
- Concert ticket prices start from £21.50 (plus a £2.95 Ticketmaster handling fee per transaction) and there are plenty of ticket types to choose from. Take a look at our tickets page for more information or check out Ticketmaster for more information on prices.
- You’ll be able to book up to 8 tickets at a time for the main auditorium and Dance Floor and up to 44 tickets in the Dance Booths.
For ABBA Voyage, we’re offering an e-ticketing system. This means you’ll only be able to access your tickets through your Ticketmaster account, or the app, using a smartphone – they won’t be emailed to you or available for print. If you can’t see them straightaway, don’t worry this is just one of the security features.
- They should appear in your account around 5 days before the concert.
- For more questions about your tickets, please get in touch with Ticketmaster.
- Unfortunately, Ticketmaster don’t offer exchanges or refunds, but they can help you sell your ticket to another fan.
- Please get in touch with them here,
- Yes, you can transfer your tickets to someone as a gift.
Log in to your Ticketmaster account and click the button to transfer tickets and follow the simple steps onscreen to transfer to your family or friends. You can transfer as many tickets as you like. The person you are transferring to will need a Ticketmaster account.
- Don’t worry if they don’t have one, as they’ll be able to create an account when accepting the tickets.
- If you have any problems, please get in touch with Ticketmaster here,
- Ticketmaster accept all major debit, credit cards, and PayPal.
- The simple answer is yes.
- We reserve the right to refuse entry to guests with tickets purchased from re-sale websites.
Tickets purchased via our official partners must not be sold or advertised for sale anywhere else. Any ticket advertised for sale in this way will be automatically void. Dance Floor group bookings are available for parties of 15 or more people. To check availability, email,
- The ABBA Arena has plenty of wheelchair spaces and suitable seats for a wheelchair user to transfer into. Each includes a companion seat that’s free of charge. Like all our tickets, these wheelchair and ambulant positions are available to book online, but if you have any specific access needs or requirements that you’d like to discuss, please get in touch with us at ,
- The closest station to the ABBA Arena is Pudding Mill Lane, which has step-free access. The Arena is right next to the station, with step-free access across to the entrance.
- There are 10 parking spaces available for blue badge holders, get in touch with us at to book.
- The ABBA Arena has seating suitable for guests with visual impairment, and guide dogs are welcome. Like all our seats, these are available to book online at any time.
- The ABBA Arena is fitted with a closed loop hearing system.
- At the ABBA Arena we offer British Sign Language Interpreted performances, with tickets held in Booth A with the best view of the interpreter. Tickets can be purchased by emailing, Find information on availability here
Please arrive an hour in advance of your concert start time to allow for ticket and security checks and any travel disruption on the day. The concert begins promptly at the time as advertised on your ticket*: REGULAR SCHEDULE Monday – 7:45pm Thursday – 7:45pm Friday – 7:45pm Saturday – 3pm and 7:45pm Sunday – 1pm and 6pm Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable point in the concert *There may be seasonal variations to show times – check your tickets for correct performance start time.
The run time is approximately 90 minutes without an interval – so you can enjoy as much singing and dancing as possible. The concert has been carefully planned by all 4 members of ABBA. Although not physically in the Arena, they have created the kind of concert they always wanted – blurring the lines between the real and the digital to give you the best version of themselves.
Find out more here, The arena opens at the following times ahead of each concert: Regular Performance Times Monday, Thursday and Friday – 6pm Saturday matinee – 1pm Saturday evening – 6pm Sunday matinee – 11.30am Sunday evening – 4.30pm Although anyone can enjoy the music of ABBA, we recommend this event is suitable for those over 6 years old.
Unfortunately, children under 3 will not be allowed into the venue, those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit in the arena on their own. The Dance Floor area is not recommended for anyone younger than 12. During your visit, you are welcome to take photos outside of the arena and inside the main arena concourse,
However, to keep the contents of the concert a secret for future audiences, and to limit distraction for those around you, the taking of photographs or the use of audio or video recording of the concert is strictly prohibited, So kindly put your phones and cameras away, help ABBA keep the mystery of Voyage alive, and please enjoy.
The concert features extensive use of flashing lights and video content throughout, as well as lasers and harmless smoke and haze effects. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact Please arrive an hour in advance of your concert start time to allow for ticket and security checks and any travel disruption on the day.
The concert begins promptly at the time as advertised on your ticket*: REGULAR SCHEDULE Monday – 7:45pm Thursday – 7:45pm Friday – 7:45pm Saturday – 3pm and 7:45pm Sunday – 1pm and 6pm Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable point in the concert *There may be seasonal variations to show times – check your tickets for correct performance start time.
You can find us in London at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The closest station is Pudding Mill Lane on the DLR (Docklands Light Railway). Many of our guests will want to get in the spirit of the show by dressing up for their visit, which is welcome of course. However, we would kindly ask the following very specific things to ensure that you respect both your fellow audience members and the team at ABBA Voyage: Please do not wear so-called ‘Afro’ wigs These wigs are culturally insensitive and not appropriate to be worn as fancy dress.
If any guests are wearing this style of wig they will be respectfully asked to remove them as a condition of entry to the arena. Please do not wear anything that lights up Flashing lights, glowing headbands and portable neon wear can be distracting and cause irritation for others.
Please leave these at home, the concert has enough lights already! The easiest way to get to us is via public transport as we are opposite Pudding Mill Lane station on the DLR (Docklands Light Railway). However, you can also alight at Stratford station and walk through the Olympic Park. Yes, there are 100 short stay cycle stands located on either side of the arena gates.
Bicycles may be left there at the owners’ risk and ABBA Voyage will not accept any responsibility for any damage, accidents, or losses. The only Arena parking available is 10 blue badge spaces that need to be booked in advance. We strongly encourage travel via public transport or bicycle as parking options at Stratford and Westfield are available but are not controlled by us.
- There are no parking spaces available for coaches to wait, but coaches can drop off and pick up on Pudding Mill Lane.
- Private Hire Vehicles can drop off and pick up on Pudding Mill Lane.
- Please note that only pre-booked vehicles will be able to access Pudding Mill Lane at the end of the concert.
- If you wish to hail a black cab then there is an appointed taxi rank positioned on Barbers Road next to the arena.
There will be plenty of options available before the concert. For more information, please visit the food & drink section of our website. If you want to buy any alcohol, we have a Challenge 25 policy. This means you may be asked for proof of age and will need to show one of the following:
- Proof of age cards bearing the “Pass” hologram symbol
- UK Photo Driving licence
Please note only food and drinks bought at the arena can be consumed on site. We do have a cloakroom with limited space, so please only bring the essentials. Suitcases and large bags will not be allowed into the venue. Like most venues in London, we have bag searches in place for your safety – this means any bag you bring is subject to search by our trained staff.
- Yes, the auditorium is fully air conditioned Yes, and you can also save time by purchasing them before you get to the venue via our website Yes and you’ll be able to connect to the network when you are in the Arena, there will be information on how to do this at the venue.
- You can bring water and we have refill stations for water bottles.
We also have reusable water bottles available for purchase. Unfortunately tours of the Arena and backstage are currently not available. Please get in touch with us at If you believe you have lost or left something at the ABBA Arena, please send an email with a description of the item to and our Visitor Services team will investigate this for you.
The Oceanbird Lounge is located on the main concourse of the ABBA Arena. You will be able to access the lounge from 1 hr 45 minutes before your concert. The package includes a generous selection of cold-cuts, platters and snacks alongside specially selected wines, beers, Prosecco and soft drinks. Champagne and spirits can be purchased from the private bar situated within the Oceanbird Lounge.
Food offering will vary depending on the performance you have booked for. • Arrive early and experience the Oceanbird Lounge for 1 hour 45 mins prior to the concert, plus extended hours for Fridays and Saturday evenings. • Relax in a specially designed and welcoming environment.
A selection of free flowing drinks and food options. • Souvenir ABBA Voyage aluminium water bottle and Oceanbird Lounge lanyard. Yes absolutely, there will be a range of soft drinks and non-alcoholic drinks available. Our menus are designed to cater for a wide variety of dietary requirements, when arriving at the Oceanbird Lounge, please make the serving staff aware and allow them to assist with your needs.
For more information on allergens at the Oceanbird Lounge or if you have very specific dietary requirements, please get in touch with us at More information on specific allergens within our menu will be available shortly. Yes, our menus will cater for a broad range of dietary needs, including plant-based and vegetarian diets.
- The Lounge offers will feature a selection of bespoke ‘food stations’ and small plates continually served on offer to you by our dedicated Oceanbird Lounge Team. Drinks are available from the bar, or will be served to you by the Oceanbird Lounge team.
- You can take a drink with you from the Oceanbird Lounge to be consumed within the auditorium when you go in for the concert.
Drinks will need to be decanted into specific containers. To ensure that all of our guests enjoy the concert uninterrupted, the Lounge is closed throughout the duration of the show. The bar will close 15 minutes prior to the performance starting to allow you time to get to the Arena and get ready for the beginning of the concert.
We have capped the capacity of the Oceanbird Lounge at 150 to ensure we can offer an incredible experience for everyone joining us there. The Oceanbird Lounge is open to all ticket holders attending ABBA Voyage who choose to buy an access pass. Come on your own, as a couple, or in a group, and enjoy the ultimate ABBA Voyage experience.
Yes, under 18s are very welcome within the Oceanbird Lounge. The ABBA Voyage concerts will be an exciting event, and many guests will be dressed up for the time of their lives! However, there is absolutely no dress code for the concerts or for the Oceanbird Lounge.
Is ABBA Voyage very loud?
It is LOUD – Johan Persson There are 291 speakers inside the ABBA Arena, creating 870,000 watts of audio amplification, which means nothing to us but it sounds very, very impressive.
Can you take photos in ABBA Voyage?
A concert forbidding photos and videos – Yes, that’s right. If you take photos, you risk being sent out. But believe us, with this rule in place, you get to truly experience the ABBA Voyage concert without being disturbed by the relentless use of smartphones, wasting the joy.
Is the ABBA concert a hologram?
ABBA’s ‘Voyage’ Virtual Concert to Go on Tour ‘Around the World’ t — which opened in a specially built London arena last May and has sold more than 1 million tickets — will go on a global tour, Universal Music Group chairman Lucian Grainge confirmed during the company’s earnings call on Thursday.
- Plans are now in development to take ‘ Voyage’ around the world,” Grainge said on the call.
- Presumably, that means the show will be playing in specially modified arenas in major cities across the globe.
- Contacted by Variety, reps for ABBA and Universal, the group’s label, did not immediately have further information.
While details are slim and the news is not a shock, it is the first official confirmation that the show — a multi-multi-million-dollar project, nearly six years in the making, that saw George Lucas’ Industrial Light & Magic using motion-capture technology to create “ABBA-tars” of the group as they looked in 1979 playing a 90-minute concert of their most-loved songs — will play somewhere besides the London theater.
- While technically not a hologram show, “Voyage” represents a new peak in that type of technology — the four band members, who are now in their seventies, spent many hours performing for the motion-capture cameras to appear as lifelike as possible.
- It has received rave reviews nearly across the board.
Reviewing Mark Sutherland wrote, “At first, the movements seem a little too jerky, the lines a little too obvious. But then, just as when you saw the initially-somewhat-unconvincing dinosaurs in ‘Jurassic Park’ for the first time, your eyes adjust, the willing suspension of disbelief kicks in, and they begin to feel like living, breathing musicians, rather than the product of 160 motion capture cameras and one billion computing hours by Industrial Light & Magic.” The group’s “Everything, from ILM’s work to the lighting to the sound is amazingly beautiful.
Where are best seats for ABBA Voyage?
Best Seats in Seated Sections – The best seated views are in the most central sections, Block C and Block H. Many of the spectacular lighting effects hang over the Dance Floor, so sitting in the front or middle of Block H will give you an incredible overall view of the whole experience, without feeling like you are too far from the amazing holographic ‘ABBAtars’ and live musicians on the stage.
Can you dance in seats at ABBA Voyage?
What is it Like on the Dance Floor? – The ABBA Voyage Dance Floor offers the best value and a truly immersive experience that feels as close to a real ABBA concert as you can imagine. Tickets start around £77 and provide a fully immersive experience. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the Dance Floor never felt too crowded, and it was very easy to quickly access the bar and toilets without having to navigate the steps or ramps from the seated blocks. This bar is located just outside the Dance Floor, so you can quickly grab a drink without missing much of the show We chose a spot that was close to the exit, meaning we could pop to the bar or the loo and back without risk of missing any more than one song. The Dance Floor is surprisingly spacious and did not feel crowded at all Of course, being a dance floor, you are unable to sit where you are, but this easy access to the concourse means you can find a place to sit if you need to and at 90 minutes without an interval, the show is just short enough that standing (well, dancing) for the duration isn’t a problem. The view from the rear of the Dance Floor still feels very close!
Is ABBA Voyage air conditioned?
Yes, the ABBA Arena has an Air Conditioning system.
Why did ABBA Voyage make me cry?
ABBA Voyage particularly had moments of sensory overload, when the memories evoked by the lyrics and music just unlocked the floodgates, Pet Shop Boys’ Being Boring likewise has always been a melancholy that can easily triggers the tears.
Who sings on ABBA Voyage concert?
Featuring Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad’s classic back catalogue, plus tracks from the group’s chart-topping 2021 record Voyage, the show uses digital ‘ABBAtars’ and invites fans to immerse themselves in a 360-degree experience.
Does ABBA Voyage change songs?
ABBA have welcomed the one millionth visitor to their Voyage show, with Björn Ulvaeus telling NME about what the future has in store for the ambitious live experience. Watch our video interview with Ulvaeus above.
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Last night (Monday April 17) saw young ABBA fan Josie Felix chosen as the winner to the one millionth visitor to see the show at the purpose-built ABBA Arena in London. She had been selected from scores of competition entries for writing her own song about how her dad would play ABBA on the school run when she was a child.
After their meeting, Ulvaeus sat down with NME to reflect on the show’s success. “It’s amazing – it has surpassed any dream I could have ever had,” he said of reaching the milestone of entertaining one million people in less than a year since the Voyage first opened. “We’ve somehow reached new generations by some miracle.
I don’t know how, but there you are. Mamma Mia, I suppose played a role in that. There are new generations coming along.” ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus welcomes the one millionth customer Josie Felix and her family to ABBA Voyage. Credit: ABBA Voyage The show sees CGI reincarnations (or ‘ABBA-tars’) based on the movements and performance of the living Swedish pop legends. These are then painstakingly presented to appear to be playing live with the appearance of the band in their ’70s prime, backed by a full live band present in the room.
The success of Voyage has kicked off a debate about which artists could adopt the format next, with members of the Sex Pistols and Spice Girls responding to the call, “That feels good – to be in the front line of technology,” said Ulvaeus of the conversation the band have started, “but technology is just one part of it.
There are so many other moving parts. Sometimes there’s talent, there’s good songs, there’s all of that behind it – but there’s also luck. You have to be lucky when something works as well as this, as well as having the resources artistically, financially and so forth.” He continued: “We don’t know exactly what it is that we’ve done, which makes it hard to replicate.
I don’t know it’s just for another band to do the same thing and expect the same kind of emotional effect that this has had. Not automatically – it’s not that easy.” The ABBA Voyage virtual concert series is currently set to run in London into 2024, with plans reported for the experience to be taken on a world tour.
Asked about what the future of the show involves, Ulvaeus replied: “We hope to stay in this venue for as long as we can. We hope they’ll have us for many years, and we might build other replicas of this in other places: Asia, Australia, North America. ABBA Voyage concert photos CREDIT: Johan Persson And what about Glastonbury ? Is there the potential to do a mobile version of ABBA Voyage that could pop up at Worthy Farm? “I don’t think that’s possible, yet,” he replied. “It might be in the future. As it is, it’s too complicated because the lighting, the sound, the visuals, everything is integrated and it’s so complicated.” While the setlist for ABBA Voyage has remained the same since it first opened, Ulvaeus revealed to NME that they did work on more songs that could work their way into future iterations of the show.
“We did motion capture more songs that we have in this concert,” he said. “There are songs in the pipeline which might be animated and ‘ABBA-tarred’ in the future. Who knows? There might be a new song every now and then somewhere – but I can’t give you any details as of right now.” The last new music from band came on the 2021 accompanying ‘Voyage’ album containing the two recent singles ‘I Still Have Faith In You’ and ‘Don’t Shut Me Down’.
Asked if there was a hope for more new music from the band to come, Ulvaeus said “No, ‘Voyage’ the album was the last you’ll ever hear from us” – but he did remain open to the idea of the band returning for more projects like the live show, making the most of new emerging technologies.
“There will be new exciting formats in the future that we know very little about right now,” he added. “AI, the metaverse, there are lots of interesting and exciting things happening creatively that ABBA might be involved in as well.” Speaking to NME at the premiere, the show’s producer Svana Gisla and guitarist Dom John shed light on the future of Voyage,
When asked if Voyage could be the last the world sees of ABBA, Gisla said: “I think this is the final thing. They’re quite genuine in that, but they’ve said that before. I think this is it. It took a lot to make and it was hard work, from us and from them.” Meanwhile, John said he could see the show going on for “multiple years, maybe” when asked how long he expected to be performing as part of the show.
Can I take a bag into ABBA Voyage?
Conditions of Entry –
Performance start times may vary, and you will be notified at least 48hrs in advance. ABBA Voyage reserves the rights to require and electronically verify photographic ID, to search visitors on entry and exit as conditions of admission. Each member of the audience must be always in possession of a valid ticket and produce it upon request for inspection by Front of House staff, at any time. Failure to produce a valid ticket will deny you entry and may result in you being ejected from the venue. ABBA Voyage reserves the right to refuse admission to and/or eject any person who refuses to be searched, appears to be intoxicated, under the influence of drugs, or otherwise behaving dangerously or inappropriately. No refunds will be given under these circumstances. There is no re-admittance to the ABBA Arena after presenting your Ticket. Abusive, anti-social or threatening behaviour of any kind towards another member of the audience or staff will result in immediate removal from the premises and may result in legal action. You shall not bring into (or use within) the Arena any prohibited items, including but not limited to dangerous or hazardous items and/or illegal substances, or any article which Management believe may compromise public safety and/or may pose a hazard or nuisance to any other person. Prohibited items may be confiscated and will not be returned.
Alcohol Glass bottles, flasks, or containers Weapons or items that may be considered can cause harm or may be used as a weapon, including but not exclusively knives Suspicious item(s) that may be deemed to be a weapon Illegal substances, including but not exclusively, controlled, dangerous or illicit drugs (prescription drugs exempt) Laser pens / pointers Flammable devices including but not exclusively pyrotechnics, fireworks, flares, or smoke cannisters Golf umbrellas (these must be left in the cloakroom) Banners, flags, and flag poles Folding seats, shooting sticks or similar. Prams, trolleys, scooters, bikes, roller blades, skateboards or similar Large suitcases, bags Professional camera and/or recording devices Unauthorised musical instruments, including but not limited to trumpets, drums, and other devices capable of causing a disturbance or nuisance Political or offensive signage or clothing Illegal merchandise items Unauthorised charity collection items Hampers / cool boxes Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) Animals (assistance animals exempt) Any other item that may cause harm or public nuisance or could interfere with the event
CCTV is in operation throughout the Arena and in external areas for the purpose of public safety, crime prevention, detection and prosecution of offenders. The scheme is controlled by Aniara Limited. By attending an event, you consent to being photographed or filmed as a member of the audience, and you consent to resulting materials being used for commercial distribution, publication, and ABBA Voyage communications, without payment or copyright. On the concourse, you may take photos and video for personal use only, any footage used for commercial gain is strictly forbidden and always be mindful of disturbance caused to other audience members. Photography and filming within the auditorium is strictly prohibited. You are responsible for your belongings when attending the ABBA Arena. ABBA Voyage accepts no responsibility for any personal property brought to the venue. Food and drink purchased elsewhere may not be brought into or consumed at the ABBA Arena and will be confiscated on entry. You should avoid bringing large suitcases or bags to the Arena as these may not be admitted and cloakroom availability cannot be guaranteed. No bikes (folded or unfolded), electric scooters, bikes or scooters and motorbikes are allowed into the ABBA Arena or Cloakroom.68 cycle parking spaces are available on a first come first serve basis. Bicycles may be left there are at owners’ risk and ABBA Voyage will not accept any responsibility for any damage, accidents or losses. Smoking, vaping, or the use of any electronic substitute is not allowed within the ABBA Arena. Smoking in the Arena will lead to ejection without refund. The Concert involves the use of extensive flashing lights, kinetic lighting, lasers, haze effects and strobing light effects. Sound levels may be loud. If you have specific questions, please contact Under16’s must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit in the ABBA Arena on their own or enter areas designated for Dance floor. Children under 3 will not be admitted to the ABBA Arena, we recommend the concert for over 6’s only. We do not recommend subjecting children to loud music over a sustained period of time. Pets are not allowed in the ABBA Arena. Registered Assistance Animals are permitted. To enable all our guests to have the best experience, we recommend guests please notify ABBA Voyage in advance. Register with ESAUK, ABBA Voyage requests that all audience members respect our neighbours and leave the venue quietly at the end of the performance.
How does the ABBA concert work?
How does ABBA Voyage work? – Digital avatars of the band have been created using the latest technology ( PA)
- ABBA’s “hologram” concert is not actually a hologram concert at all, but it is the first of its kind as it blurs the lines between physical and digital.
- A hologram is a virtual three-dimensional image, but the show’s producers have said this isn’t what they’re using for the concert.
- Last year, producer told Dazed: “We’re not making three-dimensional holograms.
“I don’t think any hologram shows have been successful. After five minutes, I don’t think they’re that interesting.” Instead, they’ve made avatars, nicknamed ABBAtars, to appear as digital versions of Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid. The ABBAtars will appear on a 65million pixel screen and will bring the Swedish pop legends to life using the latest in motion capture technology.
The concert has been six years in the making. To create their digital selves, the band performed in motion capture suits for five weeks while 160 cameras scanned their body movement and facial expressions. The ground-breaking technology used will allow the ABBAtars to take concertgoers back in time as they depict the group just as they appeared in 1977.
The ABBAtars will perform alongside 10 live musicians who will help bring the concert to life. You can find this story in Or by navigating to the user icon in the top right. : ABBA appear as digital avatars in ABBA Voyage – how it works in special arena
How is ABBA Voyage done?
I have a dream – The hardest bit is faking the band ‘on stage’ and it’s here that the show’s makers get away with it but only just. On the screens to the side of the arena the members of ABBA are in full 3D. Cameras sweep past them. They can turn, pass in front of each other, have fully formed sides, backs, tops and bottoms. But on stage they are a flat 2D image on a 65-million pixel giant LCD. (Image credit: Abba Voyage) So the stage is wreathed in real spotlights and strobes but the lighting hitting the figures on stage – perfectly in sync with the real world photon bombardment around them – is simply part of the animation that’s being projected there.
It all looks so real, but would prove flat as a pancake if you were to get up close. Be under no illusion. These aren’t even hi-tech holograms (a tech still very much in its infancy and yet to blast off in any kind of convincing form). But if ABBA aren’t really there, why not simply have a backing track supply the music too? Perhaps this is the most clever bit.
The genius use of real live music helps blur the perception even further.
How long is Dancing Queen ABBA?
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How long is a tribute to Abba?
Mania: The ABBA Tribute – Hanover Theatre and Conservatory November 4th 2023, 8:00 pm Mania: The ABBA Tribute brings one of the greatest pop phenomena back to life From London’s West End to Las Vegas, MANIA The ABBA Tribute (Formerly ABBA MANIA) remains the world’s No.1 touring ABBA tribute show. Formed in 1999, this production has sold out theaters and concert halls across the globe, with over 3,000 live concerts in over 30 countries, bringing the music of the beloved Swedish supergroup to 3 million people.
- ABBA’s timeless songs were written to be enjoyed live and MANIA gives you exactly that.
- Two hours of uplifting, dance inducing and sometimes heart-breaking songs, fully live with fantastic staging, lighting and effects.
- The show recreates ABBA’s sound not only perfectly, but respectfully too.
- MANIA is not only for life long, die hard ABBA fans but the new generation of fans, who never had the opportunity to see ‘ABBA’ live.
Hits include ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Waterloo’, ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘The Winner Takes it All’, ‘Super Trouper’, ‘Fernando’, ‘Take A Chance On Me’ and many more that continue to fill dance floors worldwide. Tickets are $24.50, $37.50, $49.50 and $64.50 depending on seat location. Join us in front of the theatre on the Francis R. Carroll Plaza for FREE live music by Becky Bass on the Bank of. Don’t miss a moving production of Fiddler on the Roof JR.! See the talent of these young stars as they bring this. Join us in front of the theatre on the Francis R.
- Carroll Plaza for FREE live music by Boston’s Erin Og on.
- Worcester, MA 01608 Tickets: Box office hours: Our ticket office is open to the public Monday through Friday, 10am-6pm or until 30 minutes past curtain time.
- On performance weekends, noon until 30 minutes past curtain time unless otherwise noted.
Worcester Center for Performing Arts is a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, which owns and operates The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts and, on behalf of the Worcester Cultural Coalition (WCC), manages Worcester’s BrickBox Theater at the Jean McDonough Arts Center (JMAC).
How long is Dancing Queen a tribute to ABBA?
Sat 17 Dec 2022, 8:00pm–10:30pm
It’s time to secure your seats to the ABBA show everyone loves and adores! The world’s premier live ABBA tribute is back by popular demand! Far from being ‘just another cover band’, Dancing Queen: A Tribute To ABBA is a full-scale concert production featuring more than two hours of fun, energetic musical performances with a live backing band, replica costumes, theatrical lighting and effects and all the dancing an ABBA fan can handle.