The Show: A Tribute to ABBA - 50 Years Celebration

The Show: A Tribute to ABBA - 50 Years Celebration

It's been 50 years since ABBA's historic win at the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton. The breakthrough was monumental and forever changed Swedish music! Now you have the chance to experience the tribute concert performed by the tribute band Waterloo.

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On April 6, 1974, ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Waterloo" in Brighton – a historic moment that would mark the beginning of a legendary career. The following years were characterized by an impressive string of global hits, leading to the group's superstar status and significant influence in both past and present music industries. ABBA became world-selling artists, and only The Beatles can compare to their successes.

2024 marks 50 years since ABBA's major breakthrough, and we celebrate it with the anniversary performance THE SHOW – A Tribute to ABBA, where all their greatest hits will be played. In this live concert, we will follow ABBA from their Eurovision win to the end of their career in 1982. Join us for an unforgettable evening where you'll have the chance to experience the authentic concert with the feeling of truly witnessing ABBA live.

THE SHOW is led by Swedish singers Katja Nord and Camilla Dahlin, who not only resemble the original ABBA members but also sound so much like Frida and Agnetha that even the most critical fans are impressed.

The tribute band Waterloo was formed in 1996 by Katja Nord and Camilla Dahlin with the goal of being as similar to the original as possible and giving the audience the feeling of seeing ABBA live on stage again. They asked Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson for permission and received it. In 1999, they had their breakthrough on the popular program "Sikta mot stjärnorna" as ABBA look-alikes. This led them to the final in Manchester – "Stars-in Euro Eye."

Come and be part of the magical atmosphere this evening!

Date: Saturday, July 15
Location: Hoglands Park (enclosed)
Start: 19:00

Age limit: 18 years
Price: 450 SEK including service fee.
Tickets are sold only online via, see the booking link below.