Abra Cadabra

Mamma Mia! A blast from the past

Abra Cadabra, a tribute to the music and magic of Abba, is coming to the Tidemark Theatre on Friday, Oct. 21

Abra Cadabra, a tribute to the music and magic of Abba, is coming to the Tidemark Theatre on Friday, Oct. 21.

For a decade, Abra Cadabra has been bringing the timeless and uplifting music of Abba to audiences across the world.

From Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Fernando and Waterloo to Does Your Mother Know, S.O.S., Take a Chance on Me, Voulez Vous and Knowing Me Knowing You, this high-energy and captivating stage show keeps the music of this Swedish super group alive in a fresh, respectful and classy way.

Rather than impersonate the original members of the band, Abra Cadabra prefers to recreate and celebrate the amazing music and legacy of Abba with powerful vocals, outstanding musicians, dancers, costumes and stories about the one and only Abba.

From Kuala Lumpur to Orlando, Florida and Vancouver to Monterrey, Mexico, Abra Cadabra takes you on a magical journey through all of your favourite Abba songs and memories.

Abra Cadabra takes to the Tidemark stage on Friday, Oct. 21. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $39.50 (plus facility fees and service charges) and are available from the Tidemark Theatre Box Office by phone at 250-287-7465 or online at www.tidemarktheatre.com.

Abra Cadabra is presented by Rock.It Boy Entertainment.

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