Hop on the ABBA Voyage via Stratford International

Get ready to dance, jive and have the time of your life at ABBA Voyage, a groundbreaking live show at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's ABBA Arena. As you embark on this musical journey, we’re sending out an SOS for all the dancing queens and kings to gather for a spectacular experience! From ‘Waterloo’ to ‘Mamma Mia’ this voyage promises to take you on a ‘Super Trouper’ adventure, surrounded by hits that will have you saying ‘Gimme, Gimme, Gimme’ more. 

ABBA Arena London

Step into the world of ABBA Voyage, a one-of-a-kind concert that's been 40 years in the making. Set in the purpose-built ABBA Arena, this immersive experience has now been extended until 2026 due to its overwhelming popularity. Whether you're dancing in General Admission, enjoying a comfortable seat in the auditorium, or partying in style in your own Dance Booth, the ABBA Arena promises a night to remember.

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How to Get to ABBA Arena 

The closest National Rail station to ABBA Arena is Stratford International, approximately a 25-minute walk away. If you are travelling from Central London to ABBA Arena, you can hop on board a Southeastern Railway train which runs direct services to Stratford International. Upon exiting the station, take a right and journey through Westfield Shopping Centre. Follow the signs leading to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Turn right onto Stratford Walk and navigate through the park, using the ABBA Arena signposts as your guide.

Note: During event days or show times, it's advised to follow any additional signage or staff guidance due to the potential increase in foot traffic.

More information on getting to the ABBA Arena available here.

Parking at Stratford International Station

If you're driving to the concert, please note that the ABBA Arena does not have dedicated parking facilities. However, parking is available at Stratford International Station. Ensure to check availability and pre-book if necessary.

More parking information available here.

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