ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition

ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition until 31st August 2020 at The 02, London.

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What to expect

ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition is a must-attend deeply engaging experience on a fourteen thousand Square foot exhibition space. The brand new exhibition reveals insight into how the band rose to global fame through the Swedish pop culture. The experience takes you through the brand’s personal and creative journey to how they rose to fame. Visitors are allowed to go to a series of atmospheric rooms full of the ABBAs best-selling and inspiring albums. They are also allowed to go through the band members Benny, Agnetha, Frida, and Björn's personal stories and get a taste of their private life. The art desk is also open with letters, instruments, costumes, videos and other unique artworks that have never been displayed for public view in the past. In short, ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition allow the visitors to get to know what happens behind the scenes.

Opening hours

  • Monday to Wednesday: 10.00 until 19.30 (last admission 18.00)
  • Thursday to Friday: 10.00 until 20.30 (last admission 19.00)
  • Saturday to Sunday: 09.30 until 19.30 (last admission 18.00)

Plan your visit

  • 70 spaces are available during each time slot. Tours last approximately 90 minutes and take place every 30 minutes.
  • Anyone under the age of 16 needs to be accompanied by an adult. Not suitable for toddlers and babes in arms.
  • Photographs can be taken by camera and/or mobile. Video is not permitted within the exhibition.
  • Capacity dependent, latecomers will be allocated the next available time slot.

History of ABBA

The band has been in existence since the year 1971. In 1973, Björn and Agnetha married and the other two, Benny and Anni-Frid “Frida“, got engaged. This is how the name ABBA came to be. The band topped the charts in the whole world in terms of commercial successful acts in Music’s history. Their popularity lasted from the year 1974 to 1982. The band took the victory in the Eurovision song contest in 1974 in the UK becoming the pride of Sweden. ABBA split in 1982 but later got back together and will release 2 new songs after 35 years of staying apart: “I still have faith in you” and ”Don't Shut Me Down”.

Customer Reviews

Rating : 5/5 - 1 review

John S.
Good service
Published over a year ago
Good service. The only glich was that our tickets went to my junk mail, luckily I always check it.

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