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In a full-length show, "ABALANCE", one of the longest-serving ABBA revival bands, brings together the music and history of the legendary Swedes "ABBA" in a way that inspires all generations. Guest performances at the Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin as well as in Switzerland, Belgium, France and Holland.

The band "Abalance" is one of the longest-serving Abba revival bands around.
Thrilling shows and guest appearances have taken them from the Baltic Sea to Lake Constance and to the Friedrichstadtpalast in Berlin. Even in other European countries...Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, France... were interested in the exquisite selection of unforgettable ABBA songs with Abalance.

One highlight was the collaboration with a classical orchestra. Now the band is also delighting audiences in their region with a fascinating ABBA stage show - "live in concert". Of course, it is the ladies who enchant the stage. The trained voices of soloists Ines Mossbauer and Katrin Feickert are uniquely and pleasantly close to the original, creating a perfect illusion.

ABBA's roots also lie in folklore. Jürgen Mossbauer (key, voc), Marco Wendel (git, voc) and Gerrit Dettmer (dr, voc) present the musical foundation of the excellent world hits with filigree and attention to detail: "Waterloo-MammaMia-SOS-Dancing Queen-Thank you for the Music"... The popular unplugged moments during the show provide the emotional crackle in the hall. The singers, who are sisters in real life, present a warm-hearted and dramaturgically well-considered show that gets under the skin of all generations.
You can look forward to a representative mix of the legendary Swedes' hits.

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Event dates
  • Saturday, Jun 8, 2024 20:00 - 22:00 clock
Event Location

Parchim City Hall

Putlitzer Straße 56
19370 Parchim

Contact the organiser

Jürgen Mossbauer

An der Röthe 3
39443 Staßfurt


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