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ABBA have finally announced their comeback – and fans are already getting excited to see the quartet.

The Swedish group have released their two new songs for the first time in 40 years and are set to embark on a tour.


ABBA are returning to the stage in ‘revolutionary’ concerts in the Olympic Park in London

When is the ABBA Voyage tour?

The ABBA Voyage tour is set to kick off on May 27, 2022 with incredible holograms and energetic shows.

Held in a custom-built arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad are set to perform seven times a week.

ABBA will be belting out their new hits on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7.45pm.

They will also perform two extra shows on the weekend at 3pm on each day.

The tour will continue every week, finishing on Sunday, September 4, 2022.

How can I get tickets to ABBA Voyage concerts?

Tickets will be available if you pre-order the new Voyage album before 12pm (noon) on September 4, 2021.

You’ll then be able to purchase tickets when presale opens the following day.

If you don’t buy the album in time, you can register in the presale access via Ticketmaster on September 5, and you will receive a booking code to buy tickets on the day after.

That is all before they go on general sale from 10am UK time on Tuesday, September 7, 2021.

How much will ABBA Voyage tickets cost?

Ticket prices for ABBA Voyage tour will start at £21, but there are many options available to excited fans.

There will be the normal general admission tickets for those wishing to stand – or dance the night away.

On top of these are the auditorium seating in the ABBA Arena as it will be known as.

And then for the ultimate experience, there will be eight dance booths available.

You will be able to book individual seats within them – which each one coming with its own private dance floor.

Or you can book out entire booths for your party to celebrate the return of the Swedish quartet in style.

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