ABBA Comes to Life at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre

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ABBA, the Swedish pop group, has made the world fall in love with their music since their breakthrough song “Waterloo” was released in 1974. ABBA remains to be relevant up to this very day because their music was able to capture the hearts of one generation to another.


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On 9 February, everyone gets the chance to hear the beloved band once again as ABBA Live, a famous tribute band, will perform at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre. The night promises to be the closest thing to being with the original ABBA once again.

There are already many groups and acts doing tribute shows for ABBA but ABBA Live’s is commonly described as enjoyable and realistic. The creator of ABBA Live, Lynelle Leighton, is an ABBA fan since she was eight years old. She knows their music and choreography by heart.

The band’s members are ABBA doppelgangers, complete with their 70’s stage costumes, Swedish accent, and other stage nuances that are distinct to the beloved band.

Ms Leighton makes sure that she personally sews the costumes. She gets ideas from watching ABBA’s old videos and inspection of their old photos. At one point she visited the ABBA Museum in Sydney to broaden her knowledge about the group.


Credit: Lynelle Leighton YouTube

Sing along once again to the ABBA classics like Mama Mia, Fernando, Lay Your Love on Me, The Winner Takes It All, and the unforgettable Dancing Queen. Head on out at the Redcliffe Cultural Centre on 9 February!

ABBA Live’s performance will start at 7:30 p.m. Booking is required. To purchase tickets, please click here.