Abra Cadabra comes to Cascades Casino in Langley April 13.

ABBA tribute comes to Langley April 13

Abra Cadabra returns to Cascades Casino for ABBA tribute show

For more than 15 years Vancouver’s Abra Cadabra has been bringing the timeless and uplifting music of ABBA to audiences across the world.

From Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Fernando and Waterloo to Does Your Mother Know, S.O.S., Take a Chance on Me, Voulez Vous and Knowing Me Knowing You, the high-energy and captivating stage show of Abra Cadabra keeps the music of this Swedish super group alive.

Rather than impersonate the original members of the band, Abra Cadabra recreates and celebrates the music and legacy of ABBA with powerful vocals, outstanding musicians, dancers, costumes and stories about the band.

Their next show takes place April 13 at Cascades Casino Resort Summit Theatre in Langley.

Tickets are $42.50 (plus facility fee and service charges) and are available at Casino Guest Services by calling 604-530-2211 or online at www.ticketweb.ca.

For more information on Abra Cadabra – a Tribute to the Music and Magic of ABBA, visit: www.mooncoinproductions.com/stageshows/abbacadabra

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