Retromania at Abbotsford Arts Centre

Abbotsford locals can relive the days of ABBA, Fleetwood Mac and Tom Petty with a performance entitled “Retromania” on Friday.

Members Wendy Gorrie and Tracy Masson of ARRIVAL.

Abbotsford locals can relive the days of ABBA, Fleetwood Mac and Tom Petty with a performance entitled “Retromania” at the Abbotsford Arts Centre this coming Friday.

During part of the show, members Wendy Gorrie, Tracy Masson, Phil Dunget and Bob Van Velzen will dress up in bellbottoms, high-collars and platform shoes to channel the personas of ABBA with their band ARRIVAL, accompanied by Mario Parente, Ray Doucet and Todd McGarvey.

A quick costume change will then have the band Dreams taking the stage in a tribute to Fleetwood Mac. The seven performers will also feature music by Tom Petty.

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased online at, by phone at 1-888-222-6608 or in person at the Abbotsford News, 34375 Gladys Ave. (cash only), or at Shopper’s Drug Mart in Mission at 32530 Lougheed Hwy.

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