ABBA Arena London
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About the ABBA Arena
The ABBA Arena is a bespoke, state-of-the-art concert venue in East London which opened in 2022 to host the world premiere of ABBA Voyage.
With a distinctive hexagonal shape, the ABBA Arena London is located close to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, and is designed by British entertainment architects Stufish. Their other projects include Stormzy’s “Heavy is the Head” tour and Global Citizen Live 2021.
Concept art for the arena was first made public in September 2021, when Swedish pop group ABBA’s hugely anticipated virtual reunion concert was announced. A disused car park close to Pudding Mill Station was chosen as the site of the purpose-built concert hall, which would play host to the ABBA Voyage tour’s residency in London. The 3,000-seat venue is constructed from mass timber and can be dismantled and moved to new locations with ease.
The ABBA Arena combines state-of-the-art technology and architecture to immerse crowds in the world of ABBA, with an extensive site including a concourse with bars, a food area, and merchandise outlets.
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The distinctive hexagonal-shaped venue was designed by architecture company Stufish. It is located on the site of an old car park near Olympic Park in East London. It was first confirmed in September 2021, with music fans visiting the venue for the first time in May 2022.