Dancing Queen Tribute To ABBA
Dancing Queen Tribute to ABBA is fantastic tribute show dedicated to the '70s superstars and is a musical spectacular with singers and dancers performing their groovy hits of the '70s in a psychedelic swirl of lights and colors.
Touring since 2009 in Las Vegas, Reno, and more, Dancing Queen is a show that no ABBA fan would want to miss! This exciting show pays tribute to the group in a show-stopping musical extravaganza with crowd-pleasing hits of ABBA, as well as some of the most popular songs of the 1970s. Singing favorites like “Waterloo,” “The Winner Takes It All,” and of course, “Dancing Queen,” the performers will wow you with their sparkling costumes and talented voices.
Not only featuring the songs of ABBA, but Dancing Queen also features the hits of the decade, including “YMCA,” “In the Navy,” and more. Enjoy an upbeat medley of “Respect” and “Mustang Sally,” as well as a hip and roaring Motown section with “Dancing in the Streets,” “Ain't No Mountain High Enough,” and “Shout.”
This Swedish pop band hit the airwaves in 1972 in Stockholm, and from 1975 to '82, ABBA produced many chart-topping hits. With hits that are still popular today, ABBA was one of the most commercially successful acts in the history of popular music and has sold over 380 million albums and singles worldwide, which makes it one of the best-selling music artists of all time. During the band's active years, the members (Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad) enjoyed personal successes as well, as Fältskog and Ulvaeus were married, as well as Andersson and Lyngstad. In 1999, many of their songs were compiled and transformed into the popular musical Mamma Mia!, which has played on Broadway and around the world and has since been adapted into a film.
Enjoy the fun and upbeat classics from the '70s, sung by a cast that threatens to outshine the songs that they perform in this exciting, sparkling show! Dancing Queen will have you pining for the days of ABBA and the hot hits of the '70s with this groovy musical extravaganza! Make a vacation out of it and find other fun things to do in Branson.