Bringing back ABBA

ABRA Cadabra is coming to Kelowna Sept. 15

Experience a blast from the past with the music of ABBA.

ABRA Cadabra, from Vancouver, has been touring the world for more than 15 years helping audiences of all ages and cultures re-live and celebrate the timeless and uplifting music of ABBA.

Rather than impersonate the original members of the band, Abra Cadabra prefers to recreate and celebrate the amazing music and legacy of ABBA with powerful vocals, outstanding musicians, dancers, costumes and stories about the one and only ABBA.

The band is coming to the Kelowna Community Theatre, Sept. 15. Tickets are $47.50 and are available by calling 250-762-5050 or online.

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