United Kingdom: Huddersfield town hall pays tribute to ABBA

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Huddersfield Town Hall pays tribute to ABBA with a special show on Friday 30th May.

2014 marks 40 years since the historic moment when ABBA won the 19th Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo in 1974.


Eurovision made ABBA well known around Europe which helped the band become international stars. With this the band were able  to release songs such as Dancing queen, The winner takes it all and SOS.

The band’s legacy sparked the world of musical tribute acts and on Friday 30th May 2014 Huddersfield Town Hall will be welcoming everyone to the ABBA show ‘Dancing Queen: The Concert’.

This tribute show is now in it’s 15th year and has been on tour around the planet performing songs such as Mamma mia,  Name of the game’, Chiquitita and Money, money, money’.

As well as ABBA, the show will also include hits from the 1970s as well as music from Grease.

Tickets for the town hall concert are £18.50 from the box office, 01484 223200/222444.

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