ABBA makes a statement that upset fans of the group
From May 27, concerts will begin at the ABBA Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where instead of live musicians, their young avatars will perform in front of the public.
The legendary Swedish band ABBA, which delighted its loyal fans last year with their first album in 40 years, Voyage, said that this was their last disc, writes The Sun, citing the words of the band member, 77-year-old Bjorn Ulvaeus.
He spoke about this on the eve of the concerts that will be held at the ABBA Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where the group’s digital avatars will perform in front of the public.
According to him, it was difficult for the group to choose which songs the avatars would perform, so the repertoire was chosen based on what the band members themselves would have performed if they had gone on tour.