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A taste of the 70s comes to The Fred

The Lexus of South Atlanta Summer Concert series continues Saturday at The Fred in Peachtree City with ArrivaI, the Music of ABBA.

If you love the music of ABBA, you are going to love the band Arrival at The Fred on Saturday night. Arrival from Sweden is the world’s greatest ABBA tribute show and has become one of the world’s best selling ABBA show bands.

Since the start of the band in 1995, they have toured over 50 nations and appeared on radio and TV all over the world. The Music of Abba tours the world together with Abba original musicians and has produced 30 sold out tours in North America.

This production is the closest you ever will get to see ABBA!

According to the band’s website, Arrival From Sweden is the only group who has got an unreleased ABBA song directly from ABBA, the song will be released worldwide in 2014.

Arrival From Sweden is the only group who has the exclusive right to copy ABBA’s original outfits

Arrival From Sweden is the only group who has the exclusive permission and trademark ABBA in their production name ABBASOLUTELY - permitted by Universal. Arrival From Sweden also do concerts with symphony orchestras, TV- and radio shows all over the world.

This band is hailed as the most authentic and greatest of all ABBA show bands ever. It is just like ABBA never left.

Mamma Mia, ABBA is for sure back!

Gates will open at 7 p.m., with the Presto Party Band opening at 8 p.m. Presto is a talented Seven Piece Band based out of Peachtree City. Presto provides high energy sets that keep the dance floor packed and wanting more. Arrival will take the stage at 9 pm.

Tickets are available for the show and range from $40 - $65 and may be purchased at the Fred Box Office or online at amphitheater.org. For further information about the show call 770-631-0630.

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