Famous pop group of Swedish showed up together in Stockholm interestingly since the 2008 dispatch of motion picture ‘Mamma Mia!’ – A film in view of their effective vocation – when they went to the opening of another eatery, suitably named Mamma Mia! The Party.
The dining entertainment venue, in view of the Greek taverna highlighted in the ABBA-themed film ‘Mamma Mia!’, is the real trick of one of the gathering’s star Bjorn Ulvaeus, reported BBC. He was joined for the premiere night by Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog, nearby news site thelocal.se said.
“We arrive to party,” Ulvaeus told correspondents. The gathering were most recently seen out in the open together in 2008. Fans and visitors paid 110 pounds for a ticket to the premiere night of Mamma Mia! The Party at the Tyrol eatery in Grona Lund, Stockholm. He said: “We took a break in ’82, and it was meant to be a break. It’s still a break and will remain so.
Adored for their design forward looks, flawless harmonies and ageless pop snares, ABBA sold more than 380 million collections worldwide in a vocation that blasted in 1974 with its Eurovision Song Contest-winning execution of “Waterloo”. The foursome split in 1982 and hasn’t performed together since 1986. ABBA’s music has delighted in a tremendous support on account of the lucrative Mamma Mia! stage appear, which opened in 1999 in London and later turned into a Broadway hit.
In 2008, the musical was adjusted into a hit film featuring Meryl Streep and generated its own particular top rated soundtrack. The debut of the motion picture Mamma Mia! denoted the last time ABBA’s establishing four accumulated in broad daylight.
ABBA were formed in Stockholm of Swedish in 1972 and went on to sell more than 380 million records after winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974 in the UK with their song ‘Waterloo’, which went on to top the charts in 10 countries.