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The Concert: A Tribute to Abba Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 13



5.0 star rating Sandra from Sarasota, Florida


I took my daughters and a friend to see this band . They were amazing ! We dressed up like Abba did and got pictures with so many people who enjoyed the outfits !!! It is so much more fun when u dress the part I think ! The only thing I would sudjested the group dose is more sparkle outfits add some bling to them the majority where morning and Abba was known for their extra over the top unexpected outfits . Yes I will be back next year !Thanku for the music yall!!

2.0 star rating PeterL from West Palm Beach, Florida


Years ago we had the pleasure to see an ABBA looking and sounding concert at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. We were expecting the same this New Year’s Eve. This time is was just short of a disaster. The band did not sound anything like the real ABBA and the singers were often of key. Two or three songs were just okey, the rest plain awful.

2.0 star rating Kay from Atlanta, Georgia


Music was SO loud one could not hear the singers. We had to put wadded up paper in our ears to drown out the music and halfway hear the singers. The venue is nice but the presentation was awful.

1.0 star rating Oscar Hernandez from Knoxville, Tennessee


I have never done that before. In fact, a large number of people left during the intermission complaining of two things: too loud, and off-key singing. You can't perform songs as familiar as ABBA's and expect people not to notice when the vocals are off-key or the timing of the music is poor. Maybe that's why the volume was so high as to attempt to cover the mistakes. Seriously, I had to wait in a line to complain how bad this performance was. I heard some people asking who they had to speak to to get their money back. The only positive aspect of this "performance" was leaving early gave us enough time to enjoy some Coolatta Gelatto a block from the theater. We didn't go expecting ABBA, but we did expect a decent imitation. The Gelatto was good.

1.0 star rating John zimmerman from Atlanta, Georgia


Sound system was terrible. We sat in the mezzanine and could not understand any of the words that were sung, because the base and drum volume drowned out the audio portion of the songs. After intermission, the level was somewhat better. Audience moving spot light was blinding and uncomfortable. Could not understand any of the introductions of band members and backup singers. I would not recommend this performance to anyone.

1.0 star rating Karen T from Seattle, WA


This was the only show we’ve seen this week that we walked out of. Singers were disconnected with the audience, did not look or sound like ABBA. We were highly disappointed as all the shows we have seen feature very talented and professional entertainers. I would not go back to see the performance on 11/30/23 if I was paid to. I do not recommend seeing this show unless you enjoy paying to see people who sound nothing like them sing ABBA songs while doing amateur cheerleader routines on stage.


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