Abbamania, always a favourite,, are back at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre. (Citizen file)

Abbamania returns, bringing the Bee Gees, Cher, and Lady Gaga with them

It’ll be a full night of great tribute music with hits from yesterday and today

Abbamania is returning to the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre.

If attending the Cowichan Musical Society’s Mamma Mia! show has put you in the mood for more music by the spectacular Swedes from the Seventies, this is the show for you.

This gang really put their backs into their efforts to recreate Abba live in concert, and they’re lots of fun.

Hear hits like ‘Waterloo’, ‘S.O.S.’, and ‘Dancing Queen’. You’ll be singing along.

Also on the same bill is Night Fever presenting their Bee Gees tribute.

You’ll get to enjoy such favourites as ‘Jive Talking’, ‘To Love Somebody’, ‘Stayin’ Alive’, and ‘You Should Be Dancing’.

Based out of Toronto, Abbamania and Night Fever have been touring for the last 17 years, performing more than 200 concerts a year, and proving their staying power.

On this visit, they’re also bringing special guests, who will present songs by Lady Gaga and Cher.

All in all, a musical night not to be missed. Tickets are $49 each. Get them online at, or call the Cowichan Ticket Centre at 250-748-7529.


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