Björn Again will appear as special guest of Steps at Westonbirt Arboretum this summer as part of Forestry Commission Live Music.
The internationally acclaimed Björn Again show was created and founded by Rod Stephen in 1988 in Melbourne, Australia and has gone on to perform an incredible 4,700 concerts in 70 countries over 24 years. Songs like 'Mamma Mia', 'Money, Money, Money' and 'Take A Chance On Me' are bound to get the Westonbirt audience up on their feet as the Björn Again show perform Abba's greatest hits in its own inimitable style.
Steps have recently completed a highly successful UK arena tour, captured on the popular Sky Living show: 'Steps: On the Road Again'. The Brit-award winning group comprising Lee Latchford-Evans, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer and Ian Watkins (aka H) dominated the charts over a five year period. An impressive run of 14 consecutive top five singles that got the nation dancing included: 'One For Sorrow', 'Heartbeat/Tragedy', 'Love's Got A Hold Of My Heart', 'Deeper Shade Of Blue', 'After The Love Has Gone', 'When I Said Goodbye/Summer Of Love' and 'Stomp'.
Income generated from Forestry Commission Live Music ticket sales is spent on caring for and improving the arboretum for people, wildlife and trees.
Steps with special guest Björn Again will be appearing:
Sunday 22nd July, Westonbirt Arboretum, Nr Tetbury, Glos
Tickets £36 (subject to booking fee) are available from the Forestry Commission box office tel 03000 680400 or buy online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music
Forestry Commission Live Music takes place each summer in seven forest locations around the country. Woodland clearings are temporarily transformed into a concert arena creating a safe and relaxed atmosphere for gig-goers.
Over 987,000 people have previously attended Forestry Commission Live Music concerts.
18% of the country's woods and forests are managed by the Forestry Commission. In England, more than 50% of the population live within 10km of a Forestry Commission managed wood or forest.
Source: Westonbirt;The National Arboretum