ABBA Voyage


ABBA VOYAGE is a concert like no other, at the ABBA Arena located at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.

See ABBA on stage in a concert 40 years in the making! Blending cutting-edge technology, spectacular lighting, and some of the most beloved songs ever written, ABBA take to the stage in a whole new way.

In a stunning purpose-built arena, one of the most popular groups in history appear as digital avatars in a ‘ground-breaking’ (Metro) concert that really ‘needs to be seen to be believed’ (BBC).

Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid have created the kind of concert they always wanted, performing for their fans at their very best: as digital versions of themselves backed by a live band with some of today’s finest musicians.

So grab your gogo boots and get ready to boogie on the dance floor – book your

ABBA VOYAGE tickets with LOVEtheatre today!

What is ABBA Voyage about?

See ABBA on stage in a concert like no other. Appearing as digital versions of themselves, ABBA perform their iconic songs in a purpose built arena.

Ticket Information

Tickets available for performances at the ABBA arena in London until 11 May 2025.

Running Time

90 minutes, no interval.

Cast & Creatives

Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad (members of ABBA)

Svana Gisla (Producer), Wayne McGregor (Choreographer), Johan Renck (Director), Baillie Walsh (Director), Ludvig Andersson (Producer).

Age Guidance: 6+
Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit in the arena on their own. The Dance Floor area is not recommended for anyone younger than 12.

Booking Period

25 Aug 2023 - 11 May 2025

Weekly Performances

Sunday 1:00PM, 6:00PM
Monday 7:45PM
Thursday 7:45PM
Friday 7:45PM
Saturday 3:00PM, 7:45PM

For group bookings of 10 or more:
Submit a request online

Or call 020 7206 1176

Venue Information

ABBA Arena

1 Pudding Mill Ln, London E15 2RU

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The Sun

'ABBA-solutely fantastic'

The Guardian


Evening Standard

'Extraordinary…the future of live music'

Daily Mail


Rolling Stone UK


The Times

'Out of this world'

Time Out

'A spectacular vision of pop's future'