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NB please note these are just the shows open to the public - private parties / weddings / golf club events etc are not listed here. Please see our facebook page for most up to date listings of public shows

Some up and coming events open to public:


10/7/21 Tetfest, Tetbury, Glos (4pm)

17/7/21 Garstonbury - East Garston, Berks (5pm)

24/7/21 Stratford Race Course, Staffs

15/8/21 New Forest Fairy Festival

21/8/21 Hamworthy Club, nr Wimborne +Elvis Tribute

5/9/21 Banstead Cricket Club Festival, Banstead

10/9/21 Whitchurch British Legion, Bristol

23/9/21 Electric Brixton, London, Disco Wonderland Tour

24/9/21 Electric Brixton, London, Disco Wonderland Tour

4/10/21 Freshwater Beach Hol Park, Bridport

2/12/21 Cliffhangar Cafe, Highcliffe, Dorset

4/12/21 Motcombe Hall, Shaftsbury

23/12/21 Cliffhangar Cafe, Highcliffe, Dorset


30/7/22 Swanage Carnival, Dorset

Please contact venues direct regarding tickets


Some Past Public Events:

8/4/11 Van Antonis Restaurant, London

27/5/11 Holiday Inn, Portsmouth, Hampshire

10/6/11 Holiday Inn, Southampton, Hampshire

20/8/11 Bovington Tank Museum, Dorset

29/8/11 Mabe Festival, Cornwall

29/10/11 Savoy Hotel, Bournemouth, Dorset

3/12/11 Connaught Hotel, Wolverhampton

5/12/11 The New Roadmender Club, Northampton

10/12/11 Holiday Inn, Gatwick

12/12/11 Saunton Sands Hotel, Devon

31/12/11 Malta Outdoor Festival

21/1/12 Shearsby Bath Restaurant, Leics

24/2/12 Blue Mountain Golf Club,Binfield, Berkshire

25/2/12 Niagara Conference Centre, Sheffield, Yorks

2/3/12 India Gates Restaurant, Wolverhampton

10/3/12 Coghurst Hall Holday Village, Hastings, Sussex

28/3/12 The Agra Restaurant, Sleaford, Lincs

4/5/12 Perry St Club, Chard, Somerset

26/5/12 Old Gaffers Festival, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

2/6/12 Newark Showground, Notts

21/7/12 Lock Stock & Barrel, Southampton, Hants

25/7/12 Ikea, Bristol, Avon

5/8/12 Nothe Fort, Weymouth, Dorset

25/8/12 Dartmouth Riverboat Cruise, Devon

20/10/12 White Horse Country Park, Westbury, Wiltshire

3/11/12 Wheatsheaf at Banbury, Oxfordshire

1/12/12 Ramada Guildford Hotel, Surrey

7/12/12 Adelaide Hotel, Windsor, Surrey

8/12/12 Hilton Hotel, Kensington, London

13/12/12 Shearsby Bath Restaurant, Leicestershire

14/12/12 Adelaide Hotel, Windsor , Surrey

17/12/12 Saunton Sands Hotel, Devon

20/12/12 Gala Casino, Bristol, Avon

25/3/13 Purple Rooms Restaurant, BIrmingham

6/4/13 Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd, Wales

1/6/13 The Old Nick, Swindon, Wiltshire

7/6/13 The Tunnels, Bristol. Avon

6/7/13 Kennet Valley Hall, Marlborough, Wilts

25/8/13 Nothe Fort, Weymouth, Dorset

11/12/13 HIghcliffe Marriot Hotel, Bournemouth       

3/5/14 Liberty Ballroom, Newbury

28/11/14 Latimer Place, Buckinghamshire

10/12/14 Marriot Hotel, Westbourne, Bournemouth

1/8/15 - Urmston Festival, Manchester

8/8/15 - GU47 Festival Sandhurst, Guildford

3/12/15 - Gatwick Crowne Plaza

4/12/15 - Botleigh Grange, Southampton

18/11/16 Leek Xmas LIghts Switch on

9/12/16 Latimer House Hotel. Bucks

27/12/16 Square & Compass, Ilminster

6/5/17 Bath Racecourse

3/6/17 The Oxenham Arms Hotel, South Zeal, Devon

24/6/17 Calcot Hotel Reading

14/7/17 Village Hotel Bournemouth

22/9/17 Canvas, Bournemouth

6/10/17 Cliffhanger Cafe, Highcliffe, Dorset

5/12/17 Cliffhanger Cafe, Highcliffe, Dorset

8/6/18 Cliffhanger Cafe Highcliffe, Dorset

16/6/18 Marlow Festival ( supporting Toploader)

6/7/18 Newt Fest, Somerset

14/7/18 Garstonbury festival, East Garston

27/7/18 Castle Field Festival, Mumbles, S Wales

25/8/18 Regent Centre, Christchurch ( plus Mamma Mia 2 film)

9/11/18 Shush, Oxfordshire

4/12/18 Cliffhanger Cafe Highcliffe, Dorset

20/12/18 Village Hotel, Bournemouth

22/12/18 Cliffhanger Cafe, Highcliffe, Dorset

21/6/19 Shush, Wantage

6/7/19 Thornbury Carnival

26/7/19 Jolly Farmer, Newton Abbott

8/8/19 Ikea, Exeter

24/8/19 Great Dorset Steam Fair

4/12/19 Cliffhanger, Highcliffe

28/12/19 Village Hotel, Bournemouth

31/1/20 Totton - Hangar Farm

4/12/20 Best Western Hotel, Bournemouth

9/12/20 Cumberland Hotel, Bournemouth




ABBA was a Swedish Edison award and Eurovision winning pop/dance group active between 1972 and 1982. The quartet was formed through the friendship of Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus and also consists of Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Fältskog. The band members were at one time married respectively, and together they have topped the charts worldwide from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s.

The name "ABBA" is an acronym formed from the first letters of each of the group member's given name. ABBA enjoyed immense international popularity employing catchy song hooks, simple lyrics, and a Wall of Sound achieved by overdubbing the female singers' voices in multiple harmonies.

As their popularity grew, they were sought after to tour Europe, Australia, and North America, where they met criticism for their uneven live performances, although they continued to release studio albums to great commercial success. At the height of their popularity, however, both marriages of the band members failed, and the relationship changes were reflected in their music, as they produced more thoughtful lyrics with different compositions.

They remain a fixture of radio playlists and are one of the world's best selling bands, having sold more than 400 million records world wide. ABBA was also the first pop group from mainland Europe to enjoy consistent success in the charts of the English-speaking countries, mainly the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Their enormous popularity subsequently opened the doors for other Continental European acts. The music of ABBA has been re-arranged into the successful musical Mamma Mia! that has toured worldwide and is in production for a movie version to be released in 2008.


Studio albums:

Ring Ring - March 26, 1973
Waterloo - March 4, 1974 - Sweden #1; UK #28
ABBA - April 21, 1975 - Sweden #1; UK #13
Arrival - October 11, 1976 - Sweden #1; UK #1
The Album - December 12, 1977 - Sweden #1; UK #1 Voulez-Vous - April 23, 1979 - Sweden #1; UK #1 Super Trouper - November 3, 1980 - Sweden #1; UK #1
The Visitors - November 30, 1981 - Sweden #1; UK #1; U.S. #29

Live albums:

ABBA Live - August 18, 1986


Greatest Hits - November 17, 1975 - UK #1
Greatest Hits Vol. 2 - October 29, 1979 - UK #1
The Singles: The First Ten Years - November 8, 1982 - UK #;
ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits - September 21, 1992 - UK #1
More ABBA Gold: More ABBA Hits - October 29, 1993 - UK #13 The Definitive Collection - November 2, 2001 - UK #17;
Number Ones - November 20, 2006 - UK #15

Box sets:

Thank You For The Music - October 31, 1994
The Complete Studio Recordings - November 7, 2005





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