Tribute Band Arrival The Music Of Abba Tickets
Internationally praised tribute band Arrival From Sweden comprises talented musicians who perform the 1970’s greatest pop band ABBA’s music. With 370 million albums sold, ABBA is the biggest music seller of Sweden. This great pop band was formed in 1971. Though their career came to an end in 1982 yet its legacy lives on through its tribute bands. Having given some fantastic music event, Arrival from Sweden is the world’s leading ABBA tribute show. The extravaganza sells out every year all across the world. This twelve piece group is ready to take the audiences back to the 1970s by recreating the original ABBA stars’ appearances. The captivating dance numbers, impeccable harmonies and attractive costumes will create the ABBA experience once again, live on stage. If you want to listen to all the chart-topping ABBA hits then Tribute Band Arrival The Music Of Abba tickets are a must to have.
Latest Tribute Band Arrival The Music Of Abba Events
- Arrival: The Music of Abba , Arlington Music Hall, tickets for 10/28 7:30PM at Arlington Music Hall, Arlington, TX
- Fri Oct 28 2016
- Arrival: The Music of Abba , Mccallum Theatre, tickets for 02/16 8:00PM at Mccallum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA
- Thu Feb 16 2017
Having topped the music charts all over the world, ABBA is one of the most successful acts in pop music history. They released a number of albums but the record Arrival was the number one best seller in Australia and Europe. It represented new levels of achievements by the band both in terms of studio work and songwriting. This album earned rave reviews from music weeklies of the United Kingdom like New Musical Express and Melody Maker. In addition to that, American critics also gave the record notable appreciation. In 1977, "Arrival" also received BRIT nomination for "Best International Album of the Year."
Since then, ABBA started producing hit after hit and its real sensation was the single "Dancing Queen." It not only topped the charts in the UK, Australia and Germany, but also reached the number one spot in America. Later ABBA received astounding success in South Africa, with "Fernando" and "Knowing Me, Knowing You."
Besides releasing hit singles and albums, ABBA kicked off its first tour in 1977. The status of ABBA had dramatically changed and soon the band members were regarded as superstars. They continued to perform at packed arenas in various countries. ABBA did not officially announce its departure from the music industry, but it has been considered dissolved. The group performed publically for the last time together in 1982 on the British TV program called The Late, Late Breakfast Show. But the music of ABBA is still alive through this group of excellent musicians, Arrival From Sweden.
Arrival From Sweden was formed in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1995. The lineup of the band consists of vocalists Vicky Zetterberg and Jenny Gustafsson among other members. These musicians transport the crowd back to the 70s by dancing and singing popular ABBA songs including SOS, Fernando, Mamma Mia, Waterloo and many more. The Arrival Of Sweden has toured more than thirty five countries and appeared on radio and TV shows all around the world. The group is celebrated worldwide as the "most authentic" ABBA tribute band.
Arrival From Sweden has received great critical praise. Vancouver News wrote about its live performances that, "You could have sworn you were hearing the original songs being sung by the original group." It also quoted that the band’s concerts feature one hit after the other without any interval, putting up a delightful show altogether. Arrival From Sweden holds the right to release an unreleased ABBA song which the group is planning to come up with in 2014. Also the members are given permission to copy the original outfits of ABBA. Arrival from Sweden is extremely awesome and it sounds magnificent in its pitch perfect performances. Tribute Band Arrival The Music Of Abba tickets are selling fast as the fans never miss a chance to watch the band performing the greatest hits from the 70s.