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ABBA reportedly strike “multi-million-dollar” deal to take ‘Voyage’ show to Las Vegas

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ABBA are reportedly set to take their acclaimed ‘Voyage’ hologram show to Las Vegas to the tune of millions of dollars.The band have reportedly been in talks with Resorts World to bring the Abbatars to Vegas following its huge success in London over the last couple of years.“ABBA has been secretly in talks for a while about getting a deal in Vegas,” a source told the Daily Star [via MusicNews].“The music of Abba is well liked in the US and the unique selling point of avatars makes it more than an ABBA show as the spectacular is something that could well wow audiences.”Last year, it was reported that a world tour was in the works for the virtual concert experience, but no plans have been confirmed in regard to the timeframe or locations where it could happen.In an interview with NME last year to coincide with the show welcoming its millionth visitor, Bjorn Ulvaeus was asked about what the future of the show involves. “We hope to stay in this venue for as long as we can.

We hope they’ll have us for many years, and we might build other replicas of this in other places: Asia, Australia, North America.

There are lots and promoters and cities that we’re talking to at the moment about that.“Each one would take at least two years to build, but there will be announcements towards the end of this year or the beginning of next about where we actually are going.

That’s if we’re going somewhere, which we will.”Meanwhile, when speaking to NME at the premiere, the show’s producer Svana Gisla and guitarist Dom John shed light on the future of Voyage.

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