How to see ABBA Voyage, a concert like no other

Credit: Johan Persson

After five solid, sold out months so far, ABBA Voyage has announced more tickets for its critically acclaimed and groundbreaking concert series, and is now taking bookings up until January 2024.

ABBA Voyage sees one of the most successful pop groups of all time are back on stage with a revolutionary new concert with Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad performing digitally with a live 10-piece band, in their very own, purpose-built, ABBA Arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London – the only place you can see ABBA in the world.

Credit: Johan Persson
Credit: Johan Persson

Since opening back in May last year, hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world have flocked to see ABBA Voyage. The 95 minute concert is directed by Baillie Walsh and produced by Svana Gisla and Ludvig Andersson, and sees ABBA re-imagined as 21st century pop stars, with choreography by Wayne McGregor CBE and costumes designed by B Åkerlund in collaboration with designers Dolce & Gabbana, Manish Arora, Erevos Aether and Michael Schmidt. Alongside some of their greatest hits, the concert includes songs from Voyage, the band’s first album in 40 years.

The purpose-built ABBA Arena has capacity for 3,000 fans and houses 291 speakers, producing 870,000 watts of audio amplification throughout the concert and over 500 moving lights mapped to 30,000 points in the arena helping create an immersive live concert. The ABBA Arena has a great variety of food and drink options for you to enjoy. On the main concourse you will find two main bars and a Prosecco bar, plus two further bars located in the main auditorium. The bars will serve a wide range of drinks including cocktails, wine, draught beer, spirits, and soft drinks. On the main concourse you’ll also find a dedicated food area serving a selection of hot and cold options for you to choose from, as well as a selection of drinks, so there’s no need to queue twice.

Credit: Johan Persson
Credit: Johan Persson

The Oceanbird Departure Lounge is a premium space within the ABBA Arena, where you can relax and enjoy free flowing drinks, including an Oceanbird-themed cocktail ahead of the concert. The lounge also serves cold-cuts and platters, snacks, and desserts. It’s an opportunity to elevate your ABBA experience, and make your voyage a trip to remember. The ABBA Arena is easily accessible via Stratford Station (National Rail, London Underground, DLR and London Overground).

ABBA Voyage is now booking until January 2024. Ticket options include seated, and dancefloor/standing.


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