ABBA announced their reunion and has released the tickets for their virtual show in London. Four Swedes heave changed their mind not to sing together again, but ABBA’s popularity is still alive.
The Swedish legends, who enjoyed enormous success in the 1970s, announced last week that they would finally be back on stage together, though not in the flesh, but as avatars.
The Swedish pop band ABBA’s fans have attended the event “Abba Voyage” at the hotel “nhow Berlin” where a new album has been announced. The hologram show of the Swedish band became a real surprise for the hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe.
Despite the concert venue is still under construction, the ticket sales for Voyage, the long-awaited ABBA reunion show in London. The hologram show becomes an answer to the fans’ non-stop begging to be back on the stage.
According to the RawStory, prices for the show come in at anywhere between 32 and 367 pounds and include a night in a hotel.
A brand-new venue is currently being built in London for the technologically complex show, which will open on May 28.