Bjorn Again at Millennium Square, Leeds
plus support from
Brotherhood of Man
Founded in 1988 by Australian director Rod Stephen, the internationally recognised ABBA tribute act Björn Again was designed as a satirical spoof of the hit Swedish band, however the band quickly gained a world wide status and were acknowledged for singlehandedly bringing round the ABBA revival during the late 90’s that brought the ABBA Gold album, Muriel’s Wedding and of course, the hit blockbuster musical Mamma Mia!
ABBA is the Swedish pop group that consisted of Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstag and of course Björn Ulvaeus, whose name is given to this superb tribute act that will be playing in Millennium Square in Leeds on Sunday the 19th July. ABBA had an endless amount of success, having sold over 375 million albums and singles worldwide to today. As one of the best selling artists of all time, ABBA have had 5 platinum selling number one albums, 9 UK number ones and almost triple that figure of singles in the top 10, so there will be no shortage of songs you know at this special performance in one of Leeds landmark locations.
Björn Again will be putting in a headline performance here during which they will perform all the greatest ABBA hits. Enjoy the music with a drink in the illustrious surroundings of millennium square or get fully involved in the sing a long action, it’s up to you. There will also be a supporting performance from Brotherhood Of Man.