Tribute band Bjorn Again is staging a brand new show for the 2018 Trundle ABBA Festival.
The band, which has performed over 5000 shows in 70 countries in the past 25 years, is returning to the small town for the May 5 festival for the fourth consecutive year.
Bjorn Again’s manager John Tyrrell said the band can’t wait to return, having seen the festival grow in leaps and bounds every year they have performed.
“It’s the biggest celebration of ABBA music we know of - and we have been around for nearly 30 years now,” he said.
“ABBA were one of the biggest pop acts of all time and Trundle is the place to be to celebrate an amazing band and their incredible music and image.
“It’s amazing and a credit to the organisers to have people travelling from overseas to the Australian outback for this incredible festival.”
For the 2018 Trundle ABBA Festival Bjorn Again will be performing an exciting new, two-part show; the first part will be the band playing ABBA’S classic 1976 album Arrival – including Dancing Queen – in its entirety, while part two is ABBA’s greatest hits.
“It was ABBA’s Arrival album that launched them into the pop stratosphere with songs like Money Money Money, Knowing Me Knowing You and Fernando,” Mr Tyrrell explained.