Relive the authentic ABBA experience with Sensation ABBA Tribute Band. Sensation will take you back to the golden days of ABBA. These guys have it all – the harmonies, the costumes, the choreography and a sprinkling of light hearted humour. This has allowed them to become one of the most sought after ABBA Tribute Bands in the world! The band even speak Swedish on stage!
From Waterloo to Dancing Queen Sensation perform all of ABBA’s greatest hits. Sensation are proud to present a premium ABBA Tribute experience and have worked very hard to re-create the ABBA sound. With plenty of audience participation and sing-a-long moments, Sensation produce an exciting, jaw-dropping show. This ABBA Tribute Band wow audiences and sell out venues wherever they go. With extensive bookings for festivals, theatre shows, corporate events, weddings, private parties and special occasions Sensation are truly perfect for any event! Contact Sensation now for a personalised quote for your event.
Sensation’s ABBA Tribute show is unlike any other ABBA Tribute show you may have seen. The wealth of music industry experience within the band has come together to form the ultimate tribute to ABBA. Fantastic musicianship combined with high energy, stunning vocals, spectacular costumes and plenty of audience participation creates an unforgettable evening for everyone.
Sensation create an impressive stage show using dramatic lighting and set design. This includes the authentic ABBA letters which are over 5ft high. Using state of the art lighting rigs and special effects, Sensation produce a show that is second to none! The show also features authentic replica costumes with multiple costume changes throughout the performance.
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