SOS – The Australian Abba Tribute Show

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SOS The Australian ABBA Tribute show takes you back in time when ABBA ruled the world stage. From their debut of Waterloo at Eurovision right up till today, ABBA’s music has left a sparkle in our eye and a beat in our hearts.

The music of ABBA lives on with SOS! Performing their greatest hits of hot disco tracks like “Gimmie Gimmie”, unforgettable pop classics like “Dancing Queen” and heart clenching ballads like “The Winner Takes It All”.

This full production show, costumed, choreographed with a high-energy band, might make you believe you’re seeing the real thing! So let Agnetha, Frida, Benny and Björn take you for a night you will never forget! Their music lives on with SOS The Australian ABBA Tribute Show.

Ring Ring all your Chiquitittas and we’ll see you there!

Please see the website for more information.

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  • Wed 29 May

6pm–10pm

Piano Bar Ballarat

31 Sturt St, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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$32 per person


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