30th Anniversary Tour

Bjorn Again is returning by popular demand to The Events Centre, Caloundra on Friday 6 December 2019 at 8:00pm. It’s time for ABBA fans to get excited as Bjorn Again are celebrating with their 30th Anniversary Tour and you are invited to the party!

 Bjorn Again, the world’s leading ABBA show (who have the endorsement of ABBA) are renowned for their musical excellence, authentic voices, costumes and energetic on-stage performances. This world famous and much-loved ABBA show was established in Melbourne Australia in 1988 and has performed over 7000 shows in 100 countries world-wide. The act is widely regarded as the most successful tribute band of all time and is proudly endorsed by ABBA.

The key to Bjorn Again’s success is in not just delivering ABBA’s biggest hits to perfection in a lavish production, but incorporating a healthy dose of parody and stage theatrics. So beware of ‘Swenglish’ accents, flares, platform shoes, glitzy sequinned outfits, heaps of blue eye-shadow and all those daggy dance routines. Bjorn Again generates an audience atmosphere that has to be seen to be believed – as it says in Dancing Queen: “You will have – the time of your life”.

Bjorn Again will perform all the biggest ABBA hits including Waterloo, Fernando, SOS, Money Money Money, Does Your Mother Know, Take a Chance on Me, and of course Dancing Queen. Their internationally acclaimed, world-class production has been delighting audiences for over 29 years, and as the world’s most successful tribute act, are household names world-wide!

Don’t miss this spectacular Bjorn Again – 30th Anniversary Tour at The Events Centre, Caloundra, featuring hits from one of the greatest music groups of all time on Friday 6 December 2019 at 8:00pm.

MEDIA QUOTES

“One of the most entertaining live shows in the world today” – Time Out New York

“Fans had better make the most out of Bjorn Again because that’s the closest they are going to get to seeing ABBA. ABBA will never reform!”  – Benny Andersson of ABBA

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