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ABBA Symphonic

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Gates: 5pm

ABBA Symphonic is a real crowd-pleaser of a concert, attracting audience members of all ages. It’s colourful, it’s exuberant and it’s simply just enormous fun!

ABBA are one of the most influential pop super-groups of all time, and the popularity of the songs has continued through the decades and through the smash hit musical Mamma Mia! a phenomenon of both stage and film. Now, for the first time in Milton Keynes, we present a concert production of these legendary songs on a grand scale as you’ve never heard them before. ABBA Symphonic features leading star performers from the London’s West End production of MAMMA MIA!, backed by a stunning rock band, together with full orchestra. The result is a breathtaking concert of ABBA’s greatest hits on an epic scale in a show that will have you on your feet dancing the night away to ABBA’s fun, catchy feel good hits.

Experience the unforgettable excellence of ABBA in this symphonic spectacular celebrating their greatest hits from Waterloo, Dancing Queen, Voulez Vous, Mamma Mia and many more….

Joe is a 26-year-old pop singer-songwriter from Bedfordshire. Having made his name at University on the Leicester acoustic and open mic scene, Joe returned to his home town of Bedford to record his first single ‘Childhood Sweetheart’. In January 2018, he released his debut EP ‘Chapter One’. He is a guitar driven pop artist who takes his inspiration from acts such as Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and The Script.

Before pandemic restrictions made touring impossible, Joe continued to play bigger and bigger venues. He’s become a regular on the local festival scene playing to around 7000 people at the Bedford Park Proms and headlining the Golden Hare stage at the popular AmpRocks. In the summer of 2019 Joe opened for pop legend Ronan Keating and finished the year off in style playing at BBC Introducing Live in London’s Docklands.

Joe kicked off 2021 with a bang with the release of his new single ‘Let Me Go’. The new single is infused with a rich and emotional sound, with heartfelt lyrics entwined with Joe’s signature guitar-driven style. The success of the new single landed Joe a support slot for Jools Holland at Stonor Park in August 2021, quickly followed by a return to Bedford Park Proms 2021.

Joe was straight out the gate in 2022, kicking off the year with a sell out full-band headline show at the esteemed Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes. Joe is set to release his brand new single ‘Someone Else’ in Summer’22, which has already bagged him air-time on BBC Introducing Radio. This eagerly awaited release has caught the attention of many, earning Joe festival slots at Bedford Park Proms, Castle Howard Proms & the much anticipated Abba Symphonic Concert in 2022.

Big things are in store for Joe this year, and he’s just getting started…

Tickets – £34.00 plus booking fees

Child Ticket 5-16 – £10.00 plus booking fees

Campbell Park Milton Keynes, St Paul’s Square, Bedford MK40 1SL
Campbell Park Milton Keynes
Campbell Park Standing
Ticket Prices
Child (under 16)£10.00
Show Date & Time
Fri 15th Jul5:00pm
Book Now
  • Fri 15 Jul5:00pmBook

Telephone bookings please call01234 718044

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