Chapterhouse Presents: 21st Century ABBA

Friday 18 June

Chapterhouse presents one of the most entertaining and exhilarating events of the summer with music from one of the UKs finest ABBA tribute bands, 21st Century ABBA.

The band will be performing on the green in front of Peterborough Cathedral, on Sunday 29th August at 7.00pm, as part of their 2021 Garden Festival Tour.

Chapterhouse Producer, Richard Main, says:

‘From the first time I heard them I was impressed, but having seen them I just had to be a part of bringing them to new audiences at some of our favourite venues. I am thrilled to be a part of the 21st Century ABBA journey into becoming one of the most sought-after music events of the summer.’

The audience will be entertained by hit after hit, with songs they know and love like Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Take a Chance on Me, Super Trouper and many, many more. 21st Century ABBA faithfully recreates all the greatest hits of one of the world’s most famous groups, combining stunning vocals, live musicians, and glittering costumes. 

Come along with family and friends, picnic on the Cathedral Green and enjoy a wonderful performance of ABBA’s greatest hits. ABBA-themed outfits are positively encouraged! The gates open at 6.00pm and there will be a BBQ and bar. Guests are invited to bring a low-backed chair or a blanket to sit on. The performance will go ahead outside whatever the weather.

Tickets are £22, or £18.70 under 16’s and NUS students, and a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) is £72.08. This includes the booking fee. You can book online at www.seetickets.com/event/21st-century-abba-peterborough-cathedral/peterborough-cathedral/1859898 or find out more on the Cathedral's event webpage.


“Magnificent” 
Shush Events

“Had an amazing night last night with these 4! Just amazing singers and our crowd had the best time! Would recommend these for all functions!”
Karly Taylor, Manager, Waterside Leisure Club, Cambridgeshire 

“Great singing, fabulous night!”
Michelle Thompson – Facebook Review

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