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Festfolk cabaret November 1970 - February 1971

from November 1, 1970 Trågår'n, Göteborg, SWE December 1970 Strands Cabaret, Stockholm, SWE January/February short tour

1973

February 10, 1973 Tv-huset Studio 1, Stockholm, SWE (Melodifestival 1973 was the selection for the 14th song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. ABBA performed "Ring Ring" and finished in third place)

Swedish Folkpark Tour 1973

June 15, 1973 Liseberg, Gothenburg, SWE

June 15, 1973 Linköping, SWE

June 15, 1973 Anderstorp, SWE

June 16, 1973 Folkets Park, Rättvik, SWE

June 16, 1973 Avesta, SWE

June 17, 1973 Hembygdsgården, Regna, SWE ?

June 17, 1973 Högsjö, SWE

June 17, 1973 Årjäng, SWE

June 17, 1973 Åmotfors, SWE

June 22, 1973 Lappvattnet, SWE

June 22, 1973 Fäbovallen, Lycksele, SWE

June 23, 1973 Överkalix, SWE

June 23, 1973 Tärendö, SWE

June 23, 1973 Folkets Park, Borlänge, SWE ?

June 30, 1973 Östervåla, SWE

June 30, 1973 Gävle, SWE

July 1, 1973 Söderbykarl, SWE

July 1, 1973 Kungssträdgården, Stockholm, SWE

July 3, 1973 Murgrönan, Visby, SWE

July 4, 1973 Folkets Park, Gamleby, SWE

July 5, 1973 Simonstorp, SWE

July 6, 1973 Folkets Park, Oskarshamn, SWE

July 7, 1973 Södertälje, SWE

July 7, 1973 Mariefred, SWE

July 8, 1973 Grängesberg, SWE

July 8, 1973 Dala-Floda, SWE

July 13, 1973 Köping, SWE

July 14, 1973 Säterdalens Folkpark, Säter, SWE

July 14, 1973 Borlänge, SWE

July 15, 1973 Mora, SWE

July 20, 1973 Folkets Park, Sunnemo, SWE

July 21, 1973 Lysvik, SWE

July 21, 1973 Sysslebäck, SWE

July 22, 1973 Kungsbacka, SWE

July 22, 1973 Vegby, SWE

July 27, 1973 Viskan, SWE

July 27, 1973 Trätojordsbacken, Stora Scenen, Hammarstrand, SWE

July 28, 1973 Noraström, SWE

July 29, 1973 Galhammarudden, Svenstavik, SWE

August 3, 1973 Alstermo, SWE

August 3, 1973 Folkets Park, Kalmar, SWE

August 4, 1973 Mariestad, SWE

August 4, 1973 Folketspark, Falköping, SWE

August 5, 1973 Grona Lund, Lerdla, SWE

August 5, 1973 Trädet, SWE

August 11, 1973 Parkudden, Tranemo, SWE or Kiruna, SWE

August 12, 1973 Bursiljum Folkparken, Skellefteå, SWE

August 14, 1973 Söderhamn, SWE

August 15, 1973 Jamtli, Östersund, SWE

August 17, 1973 Nykroppa, SWE

August 18, 1973 Hofors, SWE

August 20, 1973 Malmen Club, Stockholm, SWE

August 24, 1973 Österbybruk, SWE

August 25, 1973 Örebro, SWE

August 26, 1973 Karlstad, SWE

August 31, 1973 Mysen, NOR (Momarkedet Festival)

September 1, 1973 Karlskoga, SWE

September 1, 1973 Vretstorp, SWE

September 2, 1973 Lobo Restaurant, Göteborg, SWE

September 7, 1973 Sölvseborg, SWE

September 8, 1973 Kristianstad, SWE

September 9, 1973 Malmö, SWE

1974

February 9, 1974 (Melodifestival 1974 was the selection for the 15th song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. ABBA performed "Waterloo" and finished in first place)

April 6, 1974 Dome, Brighton, ENG (Eurovision Song Contest 1974. ABBA performed "Waterloo" and finished in first place)

October 22, 1974 Rudbecksskolan, Sollentuna, SWE

November 17, 1974 Falkonercentret, Copenhagen, DEN

November 18, 1974 Kuppelsaal, Hanover, GER

November 19, 1974 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER

November 21, 1974 Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, GER

November 22, 1974 Hochschule für Musik, Berlin, GER

November 23, 1974 Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg, GER

November 24, 1974 Jubiläumshalle, Wels, AUT

November 25, 1974 Kongresshaus, Innsbruck, AUT

November 27, 1974 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT

November 29, 1974 Die Glocke, Bremen, GER

November 30, 1974 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

1975

January 10, 1975 Chateau Neuf, Oslo, NOR

January 11, 1975 Konserthuset, Stockholm, SWE

January 12, 1975 Olympen, Lund, SWE

January 15, 1975 Holstebrohallen, Holstebro, DEN

January 17, 1975 Tivolis Konsertsal, Copenhagen, DEN

January 18, 1975 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

January 20, 1975 Finlandiatalo, Helsinki, FIN

January 22, 1975 Universum, Umea, SWE

ABBA Sweden Folkpark Tour 1975

June 21, 1975 Skelleftetravet, Skelleftea, SWE

June 22, 1975 Sunderby Lodge, Sunderbyn, SWE

June 25, 1975 Köpmanberget, Hudiksvall, SWE

June 26, 1975 Folkets Park, Björneborg, FIN

June 27, 1975 Folkets Park, Borlänge, SWE

June 28, 1975 Folkpark, Eskilstuna, SWE

June 30, 1975 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

July 1, 1975 Folkets Park, Linköping, SWE (cancelled, rescheduled for July 8th)

July 2, 1975 Folkets Park, Gamleby, SWE (cancelled, rescheduled for July 9th)

July 3, 1975 Folkets Park, Malmö, SWE

July 4, 1975 Storebroparken, Storebro, SWE

July 5, 1975 Masten, Kristianopel, SWE

July 6, 1975 Liseberg, Gothenburg, SWE

July 7, 1975 Slottsruinen, Borgholm, SWE

July 8, 1975 Folkets Park, Linköping, SWE (rescheduled from July 1st)

July 9, 1975 Folkets Park, Gamleby, SWE (rescheduled from July 2nd)

August 30, 1975 Mysen, NO (Momarkedet Festival performing "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do", "SOS" & "Waterloo")

September 22, 1975 Palazzo del Cinema, Lido, ITY (Mostra internazionale di musica leggera 1975 performing "Mamma Mia" & "SOS")

November 15, 1975 New York City, NY (US TV "Saturday Night Live" performing "SOS" & "Waterloo")

1976

ABBA Australian Promotional Tour March 1976

June 18, 1976 Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholm, SWE (Pre-wedding gala of King Carl XVI Gustav and soon-to-be Queen Silvia of Sweden. They performed "Dancing Queen" which was the first live and domestic performance of the song, after premiering on TV in Japan and Germany during the spring of 1976)

August 21, 1976 Bremen, GER (German TV "Musikladen" performing "Waterloo", "Honey, Honey, "Tropical Loveland", "SOS", "Rock Me", "Dancing Queen", "Mamma Mia", "I've Been Waiting for You", "Fernando" & "So Long")

October 7, 1976 Warsaw, POL performing "Dancing Queen", "Money, Money, Money" & "Knowing Me, Knowing You"

October 29, 1976 Burbank, CA (US TV "The Midnight Special" performing "Fernando", "Dancing Queen", "Mamma Mia" & "SOS")

1977

ABBA European Tour 1977

January 28, 1977 Eksbergshallen, Oslo, NOR

January 29-30, 1977 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

January 31-February 1, 1977 Brondbyhallen, Copenhagen, DEN

February 2, 1977 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, GER

February 3, 1977 Sporthalle, Cologne, GER

February 4, 1977 Jaap Eden Hall, Amsterdam, NED

February 5, 1977 Arenahal, Antwerp, BEL

February 6, 1977 Grughalle, Essen, GER

February 7, 1977 Eilenrieder Halle, Hanover, GER

February 8, 1977 C.C.H, Hamburg, GER

February 10, 1977 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

February 11, 1977 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

February 12, 1977 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

February 14, 1977 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (2 shows 5.30 & 8.30)

ABBA Australian Tour 1977

March 3-4, 1977 RAS Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney, AUS

March 5-6, 1977 Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, AUS (2 shows 2.30 & 8.30 on 6th)

March 8, 1977 West Lakes Football Stadium, Adelaide, AUS

March 10-12, 1977 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS (2 shows 6.00 & 9.00 on 10th & 2.30 & 8.30 on 12th)

1979

January 9, 1979 United Nations General Assembly, New York City, NY (Music for UNICEF 1979 performing "Chiquitita")

May 18, 1979 Diskoland, Landskrona, SWE (suprise concert in this Swedish nightclubduring there rehearsals for their tour)

May 19, 1979 Norköping, SWE (suprise concert in this Swedish nightclubduring there rehearsals for their tour)

Abba World Tour 1979

September 11, 1979 Vancouver, BC ("The Raes Variety Hour" performing "Does Your Mother Know")

September 13, 1979 Sports Arena, Edmonton, AB

September 15, 1979 Pacific National Exhibition, Vancouver, BC

September 17, 1979 Seattle Arena, Seattle, WA

September 18, 1979 Opera House, Portland, OR

September 19, 1979 Concord Pavillion, Concord, CA

September 21, 1979 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA

September 22, 1979 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

September 23, 1979 Active Center, Tempe, AZ

September 24, 1979 Aladdin Hotel Performing Arts Theater, Las Vegas, NV

September 26, 1979 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NB

September 27, 1979 Civic Arena, St. Paul, MN

September 29, 1979 Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI

September 30, 1979 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL

October 2, 1979 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY

October 3, 1979 Music Hall, Boston, MA

October 4, 1979 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (cancelled)

October 6, 1979 Forum, Montréal, QC

October 7, 1979 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

October 19, 1979 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE

October 20, 1979 Isstadion, Stockholm, SWE

October 21, 1979 Falkonerteatret, Copenhagen, DEN

October 23, 1979 Pavillion de Paris, Paris, FRA

October 24, 1979 Ahoy Sportpaleis, Rotterdam, NED

October 25, 1979 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, GER

October 27, 1979 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

October 28, 1979 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI

October 29, 1979 Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT

October 30, 1979 Sporthalle Böblingen, Stuttgart, GER

November 1, 1979 Stadthalle, Bremen, GER

November 2, 1979 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

November 3, 1979 Forest National, Brussels, BEL

November 4-10, 1979 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

November 11-12, 1979 Bingley Hall, Stafford, ENG

November 13, 1979 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

November 15, 1979 R.D.S. Main Hall, Dublin, IRE

1980

ABBA Japanese Tour 1980

March 12-13, 1980 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

March 14, 1980 Sogo Taiikukan, Koriyama, JPN

March 17-18, 1980 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

March 20, 1980 Kyu Den Taiikukan, Fukuoka, JPN

March 21-22, 1980 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN

March 24, 1980 Aichi-ken Taiikukan, Nagoya, JPN

March 26-27, 1980 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

1981

April 27, 1981 SVT Studios, Stockholm, SWE

1982

November 6, 1982 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (UK TV "Late, Late Breakfast Show" performing "Thank You for the Music")

November 11, 1982 Saarlandhalle, Saarbrücken, ger performing "The Day Before You Came", "Cassandra" & "Under Attack"

November 19, 1982 Nöjesmagazinet Scala, Kristianstad, SWE performing "Thank You for the Music"

1999

June ?, 1999 A private 50th birthday party of their friend and associate Görel Hanser, the last known occasion that all four members of ABBA sang together singing a Swedish happy birthday tune with other guests.

2016

June 6, 2016 Berns Salonger, Stockholm, SWE (Sunday 5 June 2016 marked the 50th anniversary of the first meeting of Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. A party was held for approximately 350 guests, including Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid 'Frida' Reuss. Towards the end of the evening, Agnetha and Frida took to the stage to sing "The Way Old Friends Do" as a tribute to their former band mates)

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