Abba Concert Death – Abba has delayed the advancement of a forthcoming show for 24 hours after two individuals passed on in an emotional fall at a recognition show. On Tuesday night, an 80-year-elderly person fell or bounced seven stories to his demise at a show lobby in Uppsala, north of Stockholm, in an assumed mishap, striking another participant.
The 80-year old passed on at the scene and the 60-year-elderly person he struck kicked the bucket later, police said. A lady who was with the 60-year-elderly person was harmed yet her wounds were not viewed as perilous, police said.
The scene was to have an accolade show for a group of people of around 1,000 called Thank You For the Music, crafted by Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, the two male individuals from Abba.
“In the light of the lamentable news at the accolade show in Sweden the previous evening, we have chosen to hold off on delivering our show trailer until tomorrow,” a post from the Abba Voyage Twitter account said.
The scene’s site said it would be shut from Wednesday until Friday in light of the passings. “We are totally stunned by the lamentable mishap and our musings go to the expired, their family members, and their families,” a message on its site said.
Police said they have no justifiable excuse to smell a rat in the 80-year-old’s tumble from the seventh floor.
Another collection, Voyage, is being delivered on Friday, 40 years after the gathering split up.
Notwithstanding the arrival of the collection, declared in September, the band is building a scene in London to have a show that incorporates digitized “symbols” of its four individuals, planned for May 2022.
The specific type of the symbols, planned by an embellishments organization that dealt with the Star Wars films, is as yet covered in secret, yet the band demands they won’t be simple multi dimensional images.
The “Abbatars” will address Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad as they examined 1979.