ABBA Voyage: First of ABBA’s digital concerts starts tonight at the brand new ABBA Arena in London

Fans of ABBA will be able to enjoy their never-before-seen digital concert at the new ABBA Arena in London, and it starts tonight.

In November last year, Swedish pop group ABBA shocked the world as they released their ninth studio album, Voyage, after a 40 year break from making music.

Now, fans will be able to enjoy the long-awaited come-back performance at the ABBA Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.

The first of many shows kicks off tonight (Friday, May 27) at 7.45pm.

Bjorn, Agnetha, Anni-Frid and Benny at the launch of ABBA Voyage in London. Photo: Getty

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “I’m incredibly proud that, more than forty years since their last concert, one of the greatest pop groups of all time have chosen London as the destination for their ground-breaking new show.”

The magic of ABBA will be brought to life using the latest in motion capture technology at the brand new arena which was purpose built for their never-before-seen concert.

Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid will perform as digital versions of themselves, backed by musicians.

ABBA at Heathrow, London, after winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest held in Brighton. Photo: Getty

The ABBA Arena offers easy access to transport links, local shops and plenty of food and drink options.

There are seating and standing (dance floor and dance booth) tickets available, along with an accessible entry point.

Khan also expressed his gratitude for the new jobs that the brand new arena has brought to the capital, he wrote: “Thousands of construction jobs helped build the arena and a further 300 new jobs have been created to run the show every night.

“London remains a global hub for innovation and culture - and ABBA Voyage combines creativity, technology - and fun.”

ABBA ahead of the first performance of their ABBA Voyage concert. Photo: Getty

The album contains 10 songs all written by the ABBA’s songwriters, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.

There will be seven shows a week, including weekdays and weekends, with dates available to book up until May 2023.

The concert will last for approximately 90 minutes, with no interval - so fans can enjoy as much dancing and singing as possible.

Tickets start at £21 for seating, £30.50 for accessible seats, £53.95 for the dance floor and £143 for the dance booths.

You can book your tickets for the ultimate ABBA experience, here.