Their new album Voyage would go down in the history books with the success of the UK charts.
And Swedish pop group Abba, who have made a remarkable comeback to music after 40 years, could earn ‘nearly £1bn’ from a bidding war started by three Las Vegas hotels, which could see the band’s new music. Desperate to secure the program.
According to reports, MGM Resorts, Caesars Palace and Resorts World are struggling to get Trump to come and host the supergroup’s Abbaatar concert show, Abba Voyage.
The deal: Abba could run into money money as Las Vegas hotels begin bidding war for live shows – which cost ‘nearly £1bn’ (from lr: Björn Ulvaeus, Agnetha Falskog, Annie-Frid Lingstad and Benny Anderson ) can rake in.
The groundbreaking show will kick off next May in east London and insiders reveal Sun Hopefully the show will pass over the pond.
The quartet would appear as digitally created versions of themselves alongside a ten-piece band.
The source added: ‘Having moved to London and going to the States for shows in Vegas would be a dream, it is believed it could earn around £1bn.
they came back! Swedish pop group make a remarkable comeback in music after 40 years (Picture 1974)
Plans at the moment are centered around a suggested 2024 opening that would coincide with the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision victory and the release of chart-topper Waterloo.
‘Abba’s appeal is global and having this new avatar technology on the Vegas Strip will be a huge showcase.
MailOnline has reached out to Abba representatives for comment.
Making History: The groundbreaking show debuts in east London next May, with the quartet appearing as digitally created versions with a ten-piece band
Mamma Mia hitmakers – Agnetha Faltskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Annie-Frid Lingstad – found themselves securing a number one album with Voyage, which was released earlier this month.
Their lead single I Still Have Faith in You has been nominated for a Grammy Award, a first in the band’s history.
Speaking about the upcoming show and its meaning, Bjorn recently said: ‘I’ve been thinking a lot about it, what it really means to exist.
‘In this respect I am eternal. And we were the first to do so. And the earlier ones are always remembered and always referenced in the future – they were the pioneers.
‘For me, I see myself as an avatar from 1979 and I don’t think that’s weird.’
Raising the charts: Mamma Mia hitmakers find themselves securing number one album with Voyage, released earlier this month