PROOF OF VACCINATION OR NEGATIVE COVID TEST REQUIRED
The Paramount Theatre is pleased to present
Taking place Friday, February 11th, 2022
Ticket on sale now – Online Only
Row B-K: $51.50
Row L – S, Row AA & BB: $41.50
Row T-X, Row CC – GG: $31.50
This include a $2 Service Fee per Ticket
(applied online, over the phone or in person)
Please be advised, there is no elevator to the Balcony
18+ age limit
The Paramount has announced that due to the Delta variant and the recent increase in new Covid cases, all audiences will be required to show evidence of their full vaccination against COVID-19 or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, and wear masks at all times while not eating and drinking. Guests must show proof of vaccination/negative test and government issued ID at their time of entry into the Theatre with their valid ticket. Anyone unable to show either of these items will not be admitted to this event. This policy will remain in effect until further notice and is subject to change based on CDC, State and Local guidelines. For further COVID Guidelines Click here.
ABBA MANIA the tribute takes you back in time by recreating one of the world’s finest pop groups in a live stage performance. This highly polished and professional production was created in 1999 and played its first shows in 2000.
In 2002 ABBA MANIA was invited to perform at London’s West End, and played for 18 weeks at the Strand Theatre. In November 2002, the show made its German debut at the Deutsches Theatre Munich where it sold every seat in the house for 21 performances!
In 2003 the show was presented with a prestigious Radio Regenbogen award for the best musical of 2002. Fellow winners that year were Tom Jones and Meatloaf. In the same year, ABBA MANIA toured extensively throughout Europe selling out theatres wherever they performed, including 24 consecutive shows in the Schiller Theatre in Berlin, and Cologne Arena selling 10,000 tickets in one night.
The highlight of 2004 was playing a one off television special. Viewed by over 11 million people and broadcast throughout Europe, the show celebrated thirty years since ABBA came to prominence with Waterloo (Eurovision 1974). Fellow performers included original members of the ABBA band, stars from the musical Mamma Mia, and even the iconic Bjorn Ulveaus made an appearance.
ABBA MANIA has continued to tour the globe, enjoying great success, with ticket sales for most venues selling out long before the show hit town. We look forward to welcoming you back this year and will ensure that once again you’ll be “having the time of your life”.
The show has toured internationally in regions as far afield as Venezuela, North America, Tahiti, Mexico, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg, and many more, making this the world’s most successful touring ABBA show.