Abba could roll into the Money Money Money if the Las Vegas hotels start to war for the live show

Abba could roll in the Money Money Money if Las Vegas hotels start bidding war for the live show – which could bring in ‘nearly £1 billion’


Their new album Voyage will go down in the history books with its success in the UK.

And Swedish pop group Abba, who have made a remarkable comeback to the music scene after 40 years, could rake in “nearly £1 billion” from a bidding war started by three Las Vegas hotels desperate to host the band’s new concert show. to secure.

According to reports, MGM Resorts, Caesars Palace and Resorts World are vying for the cards and hosting the supergroup’s Abbatar concert show, Abba Voyage.

Deal: Abba could roll into the Money Money Money if Las Vegas hotels start bidding a war for the live show – which could bring in ‘nearly £1 billion’ (from LR: Björn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson)

The groundbreaking show kicks off in East London in May and insiders revealed that: The sun that one hopes the show will move across the pond.

The quartet will appear as digitally created versions of themselves alongside a ten-piece band.

The source said: ‘The dream would be for the show to move to the United States after its London run and in Vegas it could earn close to £1 billion.

They're back!  The Swedish pop group has made a remarkable comeback in the music scene after 40 years (photo 1974)

They’re back! The Swedish pop group has made a remarkable comeback in the music scene after 40 years (photo 1974)

Plans at the moment center around a proposed opening in 2024 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision win and the release of chart-topping Waterloo.

“Abba’s appeal is global and it would be a huge showcase to have this new avatar technology on the Vegas Strip.”

MailOnline has reached out to Abba representatives for comment.

Making history: The groundbreaking show kicks off in East London in May, with the quartet appearing as digitally created versions of themselves alongside a ten-piece band

Making history: The groundbreaking show kicks off in East London in May, with the quartet appearing as digitally created versions of themselves alongside a ten-piece band

The hitmakers of Mamma Mia – Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad – have bagged a number one album with Voyage, which was released earlier this month.

Their first single I Still Have Faith In You has been nominated for a Grammy Award, the first in the band’s history.

About the upcoming show and its significance, Björn recently said, “I’ve been thinking a lot about that, about what it means existentially.

‘I am eternal in that regard. And we were the first to do that. And the former are always remembered and always referred to in the future – they were the pioneers.

“To me, I see myself as a 1979 avatar and I don’t even think it’s weird.”

Rising on the Charts: Mamma Mia's hitmakers landed a number one album with Voyage, released earlier this month

Rising on the Charts: Mamma Mia’s hitmakers landed a number one album with Voyage, released earlier this month

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