ABBA/Fleetwood Mac tribute concert Saturday

You will always find the crowd singing along to an ABBA or Fleetwood Mac song and there is no stronger tribute bands to those groups than Arrival and Dreams.

You will always find the crowd singing along to an ABBA or Fleetwood Mac song and there is no stronger tribute bands to those groups than Arrival and Dreams.

From the music to the costumes, Arrival and Dreams portray ABBA and Fleetwood Mac with incredible authenticity. 

The groups have been playing concerts around the globe for years, at venues from the Dominican Republic to Las Vegas and will bring their high energy show to the Gibraltar Room in Williams Lake, Saturday, May 28. 

The concert is at 7 p.m. and tickets are available at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex (now and at the show)  and ticketweb.ca.

Formed in 2005, seven people make up the two bands Arrival with the ABBA hits and Dreams with the Fleetwood Mac hits, with some members switching from leads to instrumental roles, depending on which band is performing.

“It’s very, very world-class,” says band manager Cris Schandl. “We don’t cut any corners.” “It’s really fun acting the parts and going from a mellow Stevie Nicks vibe into a flashy, energetic ABBA vibe,” says band member Tracy Masson, who performs as ABBA’s Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks.

 

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