The “ABBA-solutely fabulous” BJORN AGAIN performs all the greatest ABBA hits at the historical California Theatre of the Performing Arts in San Bernardino, California for one night only: Friday, May 7, 2010 at 8:00pm.
Tickets for BJORN AGAIN are on sale at Ticketmaster.com, at all Ticketmaster outlets, and at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts Box Office, 562 West 4th St. San Bernardino, CA (909) 885- 5152.
Timeout NY called BJORN AGAIN “the most entertaining rock show in the world today.” BJORN AGAIN performs all the greatest ABBA hits as they are meant to be seen and heard–in all their fantastic 70’s glitz complete with all the costumes, dance moves and Swedish banter known and loved by ABBA fans everywhere. This action-packed, fully live interactive show creates the ultimate party atmosphere.
Fans arrive dressed in their 70’s best, dance in the aisles and party along to such famous ABBA hits as “Mamma Mia”, “Dancing Queen”, “Waterloo”, “Take A Chance On Me”, “Money, Money, Money” and many more.
BJORN AGAIN has now been together longer than ABBA ever was and has toured longer and performed to more people than ABBA did! In fact, BJORN AGAIN has been spreading their glitter- laden Swedish charm for over 19 years, performing more than 5,000 concerts in over 50 countries around the world!
Widely known in the industry as the best ABBA show in the world, BJORN AGAIN sends fans into a frenzy as they sing the beloved anthems of a generation.
BJORN AGAIN is truly a concert experience that is not soon to be forgotten. From their uncanny look-a-like appearances to their Swedish accents and glimmering silk costumes, BJORN AGAIN performs the timeless music of ABBA and is a hit with audiences from 8 to 80. And in true BJORN AGAIN fashion, the band delivers a few surprises along the way.
Whether it’s a re-mixed hiphop verse in “Take A Chance On Me” or a spontaneous break into a contemporary rock anthem, the audience never knows what is around the corner!
As Rolling Stone summed it up, “From the note-perfect vocals to the faux Swedish accents and sequined duds, BJORN AGAIN were fabulously flawless.”
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