ABBA has delighted fans with the announcement of their long-awaited hologram tour.
Tweeting from their ABBA Voyage account, the group said: London. Join us. abbavoyage.com 02.09.21.”
According to reports, a succession of shows are set to take place in a purpose-built, 3,000-capacity arena in London.
The state-of-the-art concert will feature all four members of the greatest pop group of all time, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, performing as holograms of their younger selves, according to The Sun.
According to the publication, the venue will open next spring, and the venture has already racked up a eight-figure cost.
However, it is expected to make hundreds of millions. But how would it work?
How does a hologram concert work?
If you’ve seen the holograms of Tupac and Michael Jackson, you might have been blown away by the amazing technology.
But holograms aren’t just used to bring dead people back to the present.
In the case of ABBA, it will take fans back to the pop group’s heyday – and will no doubt be an incredible experience.
But how does it all work? Firstly, it’s worth mentioning that the holograms you’ve heard of or seen are not technically holograms…
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