Get ready to channel your inner dancing queen (or king), as a fabulous ABBA tribute act are on their way to Arta.
With a two-course meal, live music from ABBA A-Rival and club night entrance afterwards, this Big Deal will have you saying ‘gimme, gimme, gimme’ any minute now.
Super trouper Saturday
Time to dig out those sequins and dust down those flares, as top tribute act, ABBA A-Rival, are coming to Arta to perform hits like Dancing Queen, Waterloo and Money, Money, Money.
This Big Deal is for one person to attend the tribute night at 7.30pm on Saturday 28th September. The evening will start with a two-course meal followed by entertainment from ABBA A-Rival (you don’t need to dress up retro-style, but you might have more fun if you do).
Next, you can dance the night away to live musicians or resident DJs at Arta’s Canvas Club from 11pm.
Tables will be mixed, giving you a chance to meet other Benny, Bjorn, Agnetha and Anni fans. Alternatively, why not aim to fill a table with your friends?
Thank you for the dining
Dinner and a show is always a winning combination. Here is a sample menu:
Roasted red pepper & tomato soup with a slice bloomer bread (v)
Cock a leekie terrine with Arran oaties
Braised feather blade of beef with garlic roast potatoes, fine beans and thyme Jus
Roasted squash, spinach and feta wellington with sweet potato mash and harissa yoghurt
Desserts aren’t included with this offer, but you can add one on the night, such as dark chocolate, caramel & salted peanut tart.
Gimme, gimme, gimme a dance after midnight
Decorated in a decadent hacienda-style with statues, candles and columns, stepping into Arta is like stepping into another world.
This ABBA tribute night will take place in the venue’s slick Canvas Club space with its cosy booths and red velvet seating. The club is open to the early hours.
Arta is on Albion Street in the Merchant City, handy for both Glasgow Central and Queen Street stations.
Take a chance on a good time
ABBA created some of the best pop songs ever written, meaning any evening featuring their music is going to be a good one.
So if you have a soft spot for the glossy-haired Swedish pop stars of yesteryear, then snatch up this Big Deal for dinner and a tribute act at Arta.
Then get ready to round up all of your favourite flare loving friends…