ABBA The Museum/Choir text on black background. Choir in gold font
ABBA The Museum The Choir standing on a stage, lit by red lights. They sing energetically.
ABBA The Museum The Choir standing on a stage, lit by lights. They sing on the spot.

ABBA The Museum The Choir

Music • Vocal
Sweden • Australian Premiere

The official ABBA the Museum The Choir, hailing from Sweden, will be making its debut performance in Australia at the Adelaide Fringe as part of ABBA The Museum's partnership with the Equality Project and the upcoming Better Together 2023 National LGBTIQA+ Conference. ABBA The Museum The Choir is a continuation of ABBA's legacy, dedicated to celebrating the music of the iconic band with love and respect. The choir is a living act spreading and developing ABBA's music through its performances.
Their show at Adelaide Fringe will not only feature a one-hour set from the choir, which consists of 12 members, but will also include a display of rare ABBA The Museum pieces, many of which will be shown in Australia for the first time.
In addition to enjoying the music of the choir, attendees will also have the opportunity to hear stories from Ingmarie Halling, the Curator and Creative Director at ABBA The Museum. Halling, who was part of ABBA’s team on the Australia tour in 1980, will share insights and anecdotes about ABBA, giving attendees a deeper understanding of the band and its enduring legacy. The event will also feature items from the official ABBA The Museum, offering a unique and immersive experience for fans of the band.
All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting the work of the Equality Project, a national charity that promotes health and wellbeing of LGBTIQA+ communities. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind event, which brings together the music, history, and culture of ABBA for a truly memorable experience!

Presented by: The Equality Project

The Equality Project® is a national LGBTIQA+ for-impact charity. We create spaces for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer communities, organisations, advocates and allies to work together, build bridges, and speak with a common voice, through national and regional conferences and training events.

The dress circle is located upstairs and is not wheelchair accessible, with stalls located downstairs. General admission applies within each area. Dress circle note: no children under 18 are allowed in Row A.