ABBA Voyage Tickets
The Swedish pop group are projected into the ABBA Arena in a cutting-edge digital performance, promising a concert experience like no other.
ABBA Voyage Tickets: A Concert Like No OtherDance the night away to ABBA’s greatest hits in a concert like no other. Mixing the physical, the digital, and some of pop’s most irresistible hits, join Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid for the spectacular ABBA Voyage at ABBA Arena in London.
What is ABBA Voyage?Named after their first new album in 40 years, ABBA Voyage is an unforgettable live experience designed with all four members of ABBA, for their fans. Using cutting-edge motion capture technology, the pop quartet will appear as digital avatars on stage, accompanied by a 10-piece band made up of today’s best musicians.
The purpose-built ABBA Arena in East London was constructed especially for this never-before-seen concert and will immerse audiences in the magic of ABBA whether they’re on the Dance Floor or enjoying the music from their seats.
The ABBA Voyage SetlistFans of the chart-topping Swedish group can channel their inner dancing queens as they sing along to a setlist of ABBA’s most popular songs, taken from albums across the decades.
Get ready to dance and jive to “Dancing Queen”, sing along to the melody of “Thank You For The Music”, dance up a storm to “Waterloo” and get your friends together to enjoy the irresistible “Mamma Mia”!
Other songs included in the ABBA Voyage setlist include “The Visitors”, “SOS”, “Knowing Me, Knowing You”, “Chiquitita”, “Fernando”, “Does Your Mother Know”, Lay All Your Love On Me”, “The Winner Takes It All”, and “Voulez-Vous”.
The ABBAtars in ABBA VoyageWhile ABBA themselves do not appear in ABBA Voyage, the ABBAtars have been modelled from them using motion capture technology that is so cutting-edge, you will hardly believe that you aren’t seeing the real deal on stage!
To achieve the uncanny effect, the group performed wearing motion capture suits for five weeks, and 160 cameras scanned every inch of their body movements and facial expressions to create the ultimate likeness of themselves from the 1970s.