The Swedish pop group, ABBA, has sold over 500 million records worldwide, making it one of the best-selling music groups of all time. The two film versions of the musical “Mama Mia!” has surged the group’s popularity, especially among younger generations.

On Saturday July 24th, ABBAFab brings their #1 Tribute to ABBA back to the stage at HHT. This was one of the first shows lost in the Covid shutdown, and ABBA fans have been anxiously waiting for the group’s return.

The ABBAFab show brings this dynamic pop group to life with a multimedia flair. The show highlights ABBA’s top hits from the 70’s and 80’s, including “Waterloo,” “Fernando,” “Honey Honey,” “Dancing Queen” and so many others. Based in Phoenix, the group features Anne Davies, Chelsea Faulds, Scotty Pearson, Nick Davies and a stellar lineup of musicians.

Performing around the world, ABBAFab dresses in nostalgic costumes with perfectly timed choreography and flawless harmonies. The banter between the artists between songs only adds to the fun experience. Tickets will sell out fast for this one. This band will ROCK the house!

In their 2018 appearance at HHT, the band was delighted to find many young smiling faces on the dance floor. This year’s return is guaranteed to be another sing-a-long party!

Patrons holding tickets for the 2020 show are reminded that they must exchange their old tickets before this new show is sold out.

Meanwhile, there are still tickets available for the Celebration of Life & Free Concert for Operations Director Bryan Carrier on Sunday July 18th. The start time for the event has shifted to 2pm, to accommodate the musicians coming to play in tribute to Bryan. There will be 15 musicians from various tribute bands playing songs from James Taylor, Carole King, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, and The Eagles. Festivities will also include light refreshments during the concert.

ABBAFab rocks the house at HHT in 2018 • Courtesy Photo

If you would like a free ticket to attend the Celebration of Life Service and Tribute Concert, call the Box Office (951) 658-5950. Tickets will not be available at the door.

The remaining shows in the 2021 Tribute Mania Concert Season are Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival, featuring Brad Ford and Fortunate Son (Jul 10), Tribute to Abba, with Abba Fab (Jul 24), Tribute to Santana, with Smooth Sounds of Santana (Aug 7), Tribute to Tina Turner, featuring Debby Holiday (Aug 14), Tribute to Neil Diamond, with Hot August Night (Aug 21), Tribute to Led Zeppelin, with Led Zepagain (Sept 4), Tribute to Bob Seger, with Turn the Page (Sept 18), Tribute to Foreigner. featuring 4NR (Oct 2), Tribute to The Beatles, with Hard Day’s Night (Oct 16), and Tribute to Fleetwood Mac with Mirage (Oct 23). Tickets for Tribute Mania are $25, general admission. Showtime is 7:00 pm, with doors open at 6:15 pm.

Information on all theatre events is available at or by calling the ticket office, (951) 658-5950. You can subscribe to the HHT email blast by enrolling on the website.

Event tickets are available at the theatre Box Office (Monday thru Friday 11 am to 5pm) or online at Tickets are also available at the Downtown Deli, 113 N Harvard St and the Harvard Street Music Exchange, 134 S Harvard St.

Emily Rand • Contributed

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