ABBA Voyage tickets

ABBA Arena

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1pm, 3pm, 6pm, 7.45pm


90 minutes


Aged six and above


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ABBA Arena

1 Pudding Mill Lane
E15 2RU
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See the beloved Swedish pop band brought back together on stage for the first time in 40 years, thanks to spectacular special effects, with ABBA Voyage, a ground-breaking concert performance like no other, at the ABBA Arena in east London.

Don’t miss this historical musical moment, get your tickets now and join ABBA on this extraordinary voyage!

What is ABBA Voyage?

Get ready for the performance of a lifetime as special effects bring an uncanny vision of the four members of the legendary band, who today still keep their fans, the super troopers, on the dance floor, decades after their last performance.

Dance along to your old favourites, as well as ABBA’s new releases including I Still Have Faith in You and Don’t Shut Me Down. And just as in any real performance, hear the band introducing their songs in between some emotional and often humorous speeches sure to bring some laughs in the room.

How does the ABBA Voyage show work?

Watch digital avatars of the four members of ABBA perform their most famous hits on stage, in a jaw-dropping show blending cutting-edge technology, spectacular lighting, fantastic sound and a live band.

As the show starts, you might barely remember that the band itself is not present. You'll see their digital lookalikes switch costumes in between songs, from a 70s selection of outfits having nothing to envy to those worn at the peak of their fame.

Between special effects, projections and the surreal presence of the group, paired with an exceptional live band, the show is a winner that takes it all.

Where is ABBA Voyage?

This spectacular concert is taking place in the purpose-built ABBA Arena, a state-of-the-art 3,000-capacity arena, located in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

How to get to ABBA Arena from London

The ABBA Arena is located on Pudding Mill Lane, with a DLR station of the same name at its doorstep. 

Alternatively, Stratford Station (London Overground, DLR, Jubilee and Central lines) is a 15 minutes’ walk away. Several bus lines stop by Marshgate Lane, about five minutes’ walk away from the ABBA Arena.

If you are driving, a few car parks are available near Westfield shopping centre and Stratford Station. The only car park available at the ABBA Arena is for blue badge holders, and these spaces must be booked in advance.

How to get tickets to ABBA Voyage

Book your ABBA Voyage tickets now.

What are the different types of tickets available?

ABBA Voyage performers in green and red costumes, singing on stage in front of a large crowd at London's ABBA Arena.

Choose from a variety of ticket options and dance the night away at the ABBA arena. You can choose to seat in the auditorium or get close to the action and get a standing ticket. Or you can choose to party in style and bring your inner dancing queen by booking a dancing booth with a capacity of up to 12 people.

How long is ABBA Voyage?

The show is one hour and 30 minutes long. The doors open one hour and 45 minutes before the starting time, giving you plenty of time to enjoy food and drinks within the ABBA Arena, not to mention some stunning merchandise.

What time is the evening show?

Evening performances usually take place at 7.45pm, on Monday and from Thursday to Saturday, and at 6pm on Sunday.

When are the matinees performances taking place?

ABBA Voyage matinees are on Saturday at 3pm and on Sunday at 1pm. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.

What age is ABBA Voyage suitable for?

The show is recommended for anyone aged 6 and above. The Dance Floor area is not recommended for anyone younger than 12, and anyone aged 16 and under needs to be accompanied by an adult.

Do people dress up for ABBA Voyage?

ABBA Voyage performers in blue and red costumes, singing on stage in front of a large crowd at London's ABBA Arena.

Dressing up is welcome, and many people turn up in fancy dress to get into the spirit of the show. However, it is not obligatory, and the organisers also kindly ask you not to wear culturally insensitive Afro wigs, nor any flashing lights, glowing headbands and portable neon that could distract or disturb other audience members.

Is it better to stand or sit at ABBA Voyage?

If you feel like dancing, then a standing ticket is better suited to fully enjoy the experience. Dancing is also allowed in seats. However, you should be mindful of those around you who may not be able to stand.

What other shows can I see in London?

London is calling all ABBA fans with its must-see musical Mamma Mia! featuring some of the band’s greatest hits at the Novello Theatre. Enjoy a Mediterranean feast on the backdrop of a Greek island with Mamma Mia The Party at The O2 Arena and sing along some of your favourite ABBA songs.


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