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ABBAsolutely FABBAulous coming to the Burt

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Dancing queens (and kings), mark your calendars.

ABBAsolutely FABBAulous, the internationally acclaimed ABBA tribute band, is bringing its hugely popular The ABBA Show out on a 10-date Canadian theatre tour that stops at the Burton Cummings Theatre on Oct. 23. Tickets are $51.75-$63.25 and are available at Ticketmaster.ca and Ticketmaster outlets.

Presented by the team behind Michael Jackson HIStory II, Beatlemania – On Tour and The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show, The ABBA Show is a spectacle blending music and biography chronicling the Swedish pop phenomenon’s career, which includes eight albums and a whopping 42 hit singles.

The ABBA Show has been performed 3,000 times in 23 countries.

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