Waterloo to Warracknabeal for Woodbine, Rural Northwest Health: BABBA to hit town

DANCING queens will head to Warracknabeal later this year when tribute band BABBA hits the town.

The sold-out Waterloo to Warracknabeal cabaret is on October 3.

The ABBA tribute band will headline the event, which is a fundraiser for Woodbine and Rural Northwest Health.

Woodbine chief executive and event organiser Bernie O'Connor said the event followed the success of last year's Warracknabeatles cabaret.

He said the event aimed to bring the community together with quality entertainment.

"Warracknabeatles was a huge success last year and it proved that if you bring a top-class act to the region, the community will support it,'' he said.

"BABBA are well-known throughout Australia for the quality of their shows.

"They will transport you back to the '70s with a show full of humour, great costumes, Swedish accents, spine-tingling harmonies and fun-filled dance-floor action.

"It's going to be another beauty.''

Mr O'Connor said organisers selected the date to avoid clashing with other events.

"We've made sure the date rests between cricket and football seasons and it avoids interfering with the Pink Ladies night and the Warracknabeal Show,'' he said.

Mr O'Connor said Warracknabeal's Creekside Hotel staff would provide snacks for $6.


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