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Bjorn Again at The Adelaide Festival Theatre - Review

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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 27 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
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27/11/2015
Ⓒ Bjorn Again
Zaccaria presents 'Bjorn Again', the ultimate ABBA Tribute show and the most successful tribute band of all time. After a sold-out show in Adelaide in 2014 'Bjorn Again' returned to Adelaide on 25th November with nothing less an a spectacular performance.

Bjorn Again' was created and founded by director & musician Rod Stephen 1988, since then they have done over 4,900 shows in 71 countries in its 27 years running.

Staring Ashley Reeder as Benny Andersson, Helen Nicholson as Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Jamie Jardine as Björn Ulvaeus and Julie Walters and Crystal Hegedis as Agnetha Fältskog and backed by a two-piece band of drummer and guitarist, this band is Abba reincarnated.

The tour featured all the famous hits loved by all, including 'Waterloo', 'Super Trouper', 'Money Money Money', 'Man After Midnight', 'Does Your Mother know', 'The Winner Takes it All', 'Chiquitita', 'Voulez Vous' 'I Do I Do I Do', 'Honey Honey', 'Mamma Mia' and more.

The audience leapt out of their seats at Bjorn Again's request and followed a dance routine while singing along to 'Ring Ring'. Everybody danced behind their seats to 'Rock Me' and swayed side to side as the night came to a close with 'Thankyou For The Music'.

The audience sang loud and proud to their favourites including 'Does Your Mother Know', Mamma Mia and Waterloo. Bjorn Again came out in four different costume changes that looked very much like the Abba's original attire and were completely different to the previous 2014 concerts costumes.

A major highlight was Reeder and Jardine's tribute to Bon Jovi with 'Living on a Player'. It was amazing, sending the crowd of Baby boomers down to Generation Y wild and left the audience with no voices after screaming as loud as they could. The show ended with two favorites 'Dancing Queen' and 'Thank you for the Music'.

The crowd cheered and clapped giving them a standing ovation for the second year in a row. You could see Bjorn Again love what they do and really appreciated the crowds applause and the crowd really appreciated them. With Bjorn Again Abba lives on.
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Why? Abba Tribute
When: Season has finished
Where: Adelaide Festival Theatre
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