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EUROPEAN BROADCASTING UNION PARTNERS WITH ABBA THE MUSEUM ON NEW EUROVISION SONG CONTEST EXHIBITION – PREMIERS 7 OF MAY

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2016 09:00 GMT

​ABBA The Museum and the European Broadcasting Union are excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition, dedicated to The Eurovision Song Contest. The interactive ”GOOD EVENING EUROPE!” exhibition will celebrate the history of the world’s longest running annual television competition that was first held in 1956.

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After more than one million visitors: Pop House invests big in 2016. Redesign will include more venues for live music and exciting exhibitions.

Press Releases   •   Feb 24, 2016 14:13 GMT

Pop House, on the island of Royal Djurgården in Stockholm, is in the process of a major upgrade in 2016 as part of its continued vision to become a house of music with a variety of experiences for Swedish and international visitors.

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ABBA The Museum presents special exhibition “ABBA in Japan - The last tour” at Yasuragi

Press Releases   •   Oct 09, 2015 15:10 GMT

ABBA The Museum and the Japanese spa and conference hotel Yasuragi are initiating a collaboration, presenting a special exhibition of ABBA’s last tour in Japan. The exhibition is based on the book ABBA The Backstage Stories by Ingmarie Halling. Costumes by ABBA’s costume designer Owe Sandström will also be on display.

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GREAT VISITOR NUMBERS AT ABBA THE MUSEUM AND POP HOUSE HOTEL!

Press Releases   •   Aug 06, 2015 14:14 GMT

THE SUMMER IS OFF TO A GOOD START FOR THE HOUSE OF MUSIC AT DJURGÅRDEN IN STOCKHOLM. ABBA THE MUSEUM & SWEDISH MUSIC HALL OF FAME ARE REPORTING AN ALL TIME HIGH IN VISITOR NUMBERS, UP 10% COMPARED TO JULY 2014. MOREOVER, THE POP HOUSE HOTEL, LOCATED IN THE SAME BUILDING AS THE MUSEUM, IS UP AN ENTIRE 17% COMPARED TO LAST YEAR.

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GREAT VISITOR NUMBERS AT ABBA THE MUSEUM AND POP HOUSE HOTEL!

Press Releases   •   Aug 06, 2015 14:12 GMT

THE SUMMER IS OFF TO A GOOD START FOR THE HOUSE OF MUSIC AT DJURGÅRDEN IN STOCKHOLM. ABBA THE MUSEUM & SWEDISH MUSIC HALL OF FAME ARE REPORTING AN ALL TIME HIGH IN VISITOR NUMBERS, UP 10% COMPARED TO JULY 2014. MOREOVER, THE POP HOUSE HOTEL, LOCATED IN THE SAME BUILDING AS THE MUSEUM, IS UP AN ENTIRE 17% COMPARED TO LAST YEAR.

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STAY IN DUVEMÅLA OR SLEEP LIKE A POP STAR IN THE ABBA GOLD ROOM – Pop House Hotel is proud to present new themed hotel rooms linked to Swedish music!

Press Releases   •   Jun 25, 2015 16:05 GMT

Pop House Hotel is in the same building as ABBA The Museum and the Swedish Music Hall of Fame, of which Björn Ulvaeus is part owner. What makes the hotel unique is its strong connection to the exhibitions about Swedish pop music, the Swedish Music Hall of Fame and ABBA. The vision of a house of music in Stockholm/Sweden is now being ramped up thanks to the hotel’s new music-themed rooms.

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NEVER BEFORE SHOWN PHOTOS OF ABBA IN POP-ICON PHOTO EXHIBITION

Press Releases   •   Apr 21, 2015 11:28 GMT

ABBA the Museum at Djurgården in Stockholm is proud to present its first solo photography exhibition ‘ABBA by Calvero,’ a unique fine art collection of the best photos of ABBA, in full format, taken by the legendary rock and pop photographer Torbjörn Calvero. Many of the photographs have never been shown before, which is generating major international interest.

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Björn Ulvaeus invites you to Mamma Mia! the Party in Stockholm

Press Releases   •   Apr 15, 2015 13:02 GMT

Get into the Mamma Mia party mood! In January 2016 Mamma Mia! the Party opens at Restaurant Tyrol in Gröna Lund, Stockholm’s famous amusement park, just across the street from ABBA The Museum. Using the ABBA song catalogue as a base Björn Ulvaeus wants to capture the happy atmosphere of the musical that has played to millions around the world and transfer it to a big party.

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Founding CEO hands over a successful ABBA The Museum. Ingmarie Halling becomes Museum Director.

Press Releases   •   Apr 10, 2015 07:58 GMT

Three years ago, Mattias Hansson was commissioned on a consultancy basis to draw up the guidelines for a new concept and lead efforts to build, launch and market what was to become ABBA The Museum at Djurgården in Stockholm. Today, almost two years after opening, success is a fact.

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Stockholm now has a POP HOUSE HOTEL with themed rooms and live gigs

Press Releases   •   Mar 27, 2015 13:55 GMT

On March 25, Melody Hotel changed name to POP HOUSE HOTEL, which houses the Swedish Popular Music History exhibit, ABBA The Museum, Swedish Music Hall of Fame and the POP shop. The house has already welcomed more than 600,000 visitors. Now the hotel and restaurant is being further developed:

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About ABBA The Museum

ABBA The Museum opened to the public on 7th May 2013, and is located on the picturesque Djurgården island, between the Liljevalchs museum and the Gröna Lund amusement park. ABBA is Sweden’s most successful band, with global sales of more than 378 million. ABBA The Museum presents a comprehensive view of the group, from their formation in the late ‘60s, their breakthrough with Waterloo in 1974, the major world tours, up until their split in 1982. Since then, ABBA have lived on through Björn and Benny’s continued musical collaboration, both outside the context of the group and through the Mamma Mia! musical, which created a revival for the group’s music. And the interest in ABBA is ever-growing: in 2013, it was announced that ABBA GOLD is the best-selling CD of all time in England.

The visit to the museum starts with a film by Jonas Åkerlund, which is shown in a 180 degree cinema room .The visitor will then continue to the Gamleby folkpark, which symbolises the start of the members’ careers in the ’60s. The exhibition continues through Brighton in 1974, the song writing cabin on the Viggsö island, Stig Anderson’s office, Owe Sandström’s tailor studio, concert arenas the world over, Björn and Agnetha’s kitchen, and the legendary Polar Music Studio. And the visitor is accompanied by Björn, Agnetha, Frida, and Benny, who tell the story of the ABBA years in the museum audio guide. The manuscript for the audio guide has been produced in collaboration with Catherine Johnson, who wrote the Mamma Mia! manuscript.

Tickets are available at abbathemuseum.com and at ABBA The Museum’s ticket partner SJ, sj.se. ABBA The Museum is a part of Swedish Music Hall of Fame.

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