Sunday, 13 January 2013

1979: ABBA came over for just a moment / ABBA at Ahoy

The world famous Swedish pop group ABBA 'did' Holland for a while yesterday. The group flew in to perform a concert on that same day in the sold-out Ahoy hall in Rotterdam (more than 8.000 fans). And for the time being that's all that the ABBA fans in our country are going to get. Today, the group will leave our country again; the trip will take them to Dortmund in Germany, where ABBA will be on stage tonight.
In that city, just as has been the case yesterday afternoon at Zestienhoven airport near Rotterdam on their arrival, the two male and two female singers will be stormed by fans again who are after their autographs.

At the Ahoy sports centre, filled to capacity, the Swedish pop group ABBA has performed a concert yesterday, a concert that wasn't received very well by the critics although the audience enjoyed it very much. Anni-Frid, the dark-haired ABBA singer, took to the stage wearing a Feyenoord shirt with number 14 on the back.

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