The Music of ABBA With Swedish Group Arrival
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The last date listed for ABBA Tribute: Arrival was Saturday July 19, 2014 / 9:00pm (Doors at 8:00pm).
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St. Patrick's Day is too great a holiday to celebrate only once a year. So the House of Blues is throwing a Halfway to St. Patrick's Day Party that you won't want to miss. Providing the music will be the Young Dubliners, a popular group that fuses traditional Irish folk songs with modern rock. With anthemic hits like "Rosie" and "Buy You a Life" drawing comparisons to The Pogues and U2, and an energetic live show on par with Phish and the Dave Mathews Band, the Young Dubliners are sure to entertain. The hard-working band has twice appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and shared the stage with the likes of Jethro Tull, Chris Isaak and Great Big Sea, to name a few. There will also be Irish drink specials, powered by Jameson, and plenty of Guinness on tap. Also performing will be special guests King Washington. Learn More
Most important...House of Blues is standing room only so take care of the tootsies. Wear comfortable shoes with alot of cusioning. I know those hooker shows are super popular these days but most of the heffers that wore them there were looking for a place to park it or were standing barefoot in sticky floor.Foreverland info • Jul 26 2014 star this tip starred
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The seating at the venue was terrible. There were only a dozen seats in the whole club that had unobstructed views. They gave us seats because I'm recovering from two heart surgeries and have to use a walker. However, we couldn't see 1/4 of the stage from our seats. The group Arrival was mediocre at best. The drums were so loud we couldn't hear the vocalists. Except for the woman who played Agnetha, the other performers looked bored and uninvolved. There was none of the back-and-forth banter that made ABBA famous and so charismatic. Plus, they left out 3 of their best songs: "Fernando", "Thank you for the Music" & "I Have a Dream" in favor of some unknown tunes. It was a very disappointing performance.