Super douper tribute band performs at fundraiser

An ABBA tribute band is headlining an upcoming concert at the Summit Theatre at Cascades Casino.

ABRA Cadabra

An ABBA tribute band is headlining an upcoming concert at the Summit Theatre at Cascades Casino that will have the crowd dancing and singing along.

ABRA Cadabra will be performing all of the Swedish supergroup’s biggest hits, from Mamma Mia and Dancing Queen to Super Trouper and SOS – songs that are well nigh impossible to listen to without tapping your toes. (

The concert this year’s fundraiser for Langley Lodge, a complex care facility for seniors. It’s happening Sunday, June 10, 5 p.m. at the Summit Theatre at Cascades Casino in Langley. Tickets are $30, and they’re available by calling 604-530-2211.

This is the fourth annual fundraiser for Langley Lodge, a not-for-profit, accredited healthcare facility. Net proceeds from the concert will help pay for therapies and programs for the residents, making a big difference in their quality of life.

Organizers are hoping to sell out all 350 seats.

The cast of ABRA Cadabra perform a high-energy show with powerful vocals, musicians, dancers and costumes.

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