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abba tv live

ABBA Live TV
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If you're into Abba look online to find a write up of what this is about! You may have to copy and paste into a translator.

If it's your kind of thing then it's on in Fuerteventura 25th Jan in Puerto del Rosario, tickets 20€. Book here:

ABBA tickets

see you there ….. Wink
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Won't be here but still hoping it'll be something better than just a cover band. Huh Fingers Crossed
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Sam, I'm afraid it won't actually be Abba !!
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(13-01-2019, 03:08 PM)Archer Wrote: Sam, I'm afraid it won't actually be Abba !!

Thanks a lot!!! Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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Sorry to have to break bad news. They just wouldn't reform just for one show in FV.  Cry
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All about 70 years old, they might decided to retire in Fuerteventura. You simply never know. Huh
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Great music, wonderful singing (half songs in English, half in Spanish) especially by one of the leading ladies, some nice comedy touches, good choreography including some amazingly acrobatic moves. Audience involvement got everyone on their feet dancing and singing for one of the songs (including Sr Morales!) and singing and clapping through the remainder.
Very pleased we went, thoroughly enjoyed it.

One word of warning: I booked our tickets through Entrees.es the official ticket seller for the event (I've used them before with no problem). You get to click on the seats you want in an online seating diagram. I clicked on seats in the front row of the Circle, printed my tickets as back up to my phone, went along on the evening and got shown to row 4 of the Stalls! As it turned out these were great seats, close enough to see the expressions on the performers faces, just not quite what we were expecting!
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I'm glad you've enjoyed the event. Possibly more than you would enjoy the performance of the poriginal ABBA, these days.

The fourth row seating instead of the front is a bit odd. Have they explained why you're not getting what you choose at the time of booking?
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Great night out, and turned out to be much more than just an Abba cover band. Some very talented dancers, as Tamara said.

I was the one sat right in front of Sr Morales! I thought everyone was admiring my 'dad dancing', but then realised they were watching him. He was enjoying his first night out after announcing his retirement.

Yes, that seating map online is a bit misleading. We note the row numbers that we prefer and always try to book those.

Tamara, why didn't you sign up to be the 'Dancing Queen' on stage?? They were looking for volunteers  Wink
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