After almost 40 years, Swedish pop band ABBA are back with new music.
Anni-Frid, Agnetha, Benny and Bjorn announced on Thursday (September 2nd) that they are releasing their first album since the 1980s.
It’s called Voyage, and alongside the 10-song album, they are also doing a full UK tour.
Surprisingly, if you want to get your hands on tickets, it won’t actually break the bank either…
How to get ABBA Voyage tickets
To get tickets in the presale, you need to pre-order the ABBA Voyage album on the official website before 12pm on Saturday, September 4th.
When the presale opens on Sunday, September 5th, you will then get first access to tour tickets.
If you don’t manage to preorder the album before this date, you can register for Ticketmaster’s presale before Sunday, September 5th.
Then, when Ticketmaster’s presale opens on Monday, September 6th, you can buy tickets.
If you don’t get tickets via either of these presales, general tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, September 7th at 10am GMT on Ticketmaster.
ABBA Voyage ticket price revealed
Ticket prices start from just £21, but these will be tickets right at the back or with restricted view.
As with all concerts, tickets will then increase in price as the seats get better, with the best seats expected to cost at least £150.
If you want to get average seats, you’re probably looking at around £60 for a ticket, but exact pricing has not yet been revealed.
Where is Abba Voyage?
ABBA’s UK shows are taking place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
The venue, which is currently being loaned to West Ham Football Club, holds 3,000 people.
ABBA’s tour will start on May 27, 2022 and run every week until Sunday, September 4, 2022.
There will be concerts every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7.45pm, and two extra shows on Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.