ABBA fans around the world are singing “Dancing Queen” in unison after the recent announcement of their virtual comeback tour that took place on Thursday, September 2.
According to IOL, after a 38-year hiatus, the band announced that Sydney was one of the eight cities that would feature in their much-anticipated album release.
The album is set to be released in November, but that’s not all, as the iconic foursome will have a virtual tour that will begin in Britain next year.
In celebration of this announcement, the Sydney Harbour Bridge was illuminated on Thursday night, featuring avatars of the four legendary band members.
“Vision of the Sydney Harbour Bridge will be beamed around the world to a massive audience, reminding our friends overseas to keep Sydney and NSW top-of-mind as a must-visit destination for when international borders re-open”, says Ayres.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled for Sydney to be part of our global album launch. Sydney has always been a special city to us and we have wonderful memories of the time we spent performing in Australia,” said ABBA.
The new album will feature songs called: “I Still Have Faith in You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down.”
Other cities included in this exciting comeback are Berlin, Cape Town, London, New York, Reykjavik, Rio, Stockholm and Tokyo.