ABBA VOYAGE virtual concert is a total success !


After 42 years since theit last concert in Japan, Swedish ABBA pop group’s members are together again and returned to music. concerts feature ABBA as virtual avatars. The characters appear on a massive, 65million pixel screen, with lights and other effects blurring the boundaries between the digital elements and the “real world” in the arena. To create the spectacle, the band performed in motion capture suits for five weeks, with 160 cameras scanning their body movements and facial expressions. the motion capture footage was filmed in 70s.The first release was in London on 27 May 2022. The four members of Abba made their first public appearance in 14 years as they attended the premiere. The quartet didn’t speak during their brief appearance on stage. Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife Silvia also joined the audience.The songs presented were: “The Visitors”; “Hole in Your Soul”; “SOS”;”Knowing Me, Knowing You”; “Chiquitita”; “Fernando”; “Mamma Mia”; “Does Your Mother Know”;”Eagle”; “Lay All Your Love on Me”; “Summer Night City”; “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)”; “Voulez-Vous”; “When All is Said and Done”; “Don’t Shut Me Down”; “I Still Have Faith in You”; “Waterloo”; “Dancing Queen”; “Thank You For the Music”; “The Winner Takes it All.”


The digital versions of ABBA have been created with motion-capture and performance techniques with the four band members and the team from Industrial Light & Magic. The special virtual spectacle with holograms will run in the special built arena until December 2022 with potential to extend until April 2026.The ABBA Arena has a wide variety of seated, standing & accessible tickets. There are seven concerts a week across weekdays and weekends. he concert lasts for approximately 90 minutes and there is no interval. E-ticketing system is offered, through a Ticketmaster account, paying with all major debit, credit cards, and PayPal.
What media said ? „Jaw dropping. A triumf” (The Guardian); „Fantastic. A mind blowing spectacle” (The Sun); „Ground-breaking”” (Metro); „Quite simply awe inspiring” (The Times); „It has to be seen, to be believed” ( Rolling Stone), and more. Last year, the iconic Swedish pop group released their first studio album since the release of The Visitors in 1981. Titled , it sold over a million copies within its first week worldwide, and has received more than 190 million combined streams to date.