Entertainment galore at this years Trundle ABBA Festival

Fresh Fashion: It's not all about flares, any ABBA song can provide inspiration for some creative costumes including these amazing fashionistas. Photo: File.
Fresh Fashion: It's not all about flares, any ABBA song can provide inspiration for some creative costumes including these amazing fashionistas. Photo: File.

Saturday, May 4 will see the annual ABBA Festival hit the tiny town of Trundle and this year promises to be nothing short of amazing. Now celebrating it's eight year, the Trundle ABBA Festival will provide a spectacular array of music, fashion, markets and other entertainment to keep the crowd on their feet at this years event. The 2019 program features a stunning line up of performers including the worlds number one ABBA show "Bjorn Again" on their 30th Anniversary Tour. Other performers include The Natalie Prevedello Duo, Ingrid Mae, Alana Patience & Tristan McManus, Amitie, Ben Ransom and Mr Q

Outstanding Effort: The difference between a good outfit and a great outfit is often your head wear. Photo: File.

Outstanding Effort: The difference between a good outfit and a great outfit is often your head wear. Photo: File.

While the music is guaranteed to keep everyone dancing and singing along, there will be plenty more throughout the day to keep visitors entertained. The ever popular Fashions of the Festival will be held at 1.45pm with the best flares, sequins and outrageous outfits guaranteed to be a visual feast.

You can dance your way through town with discoDtours from 10am to 2pm, or visit the ABBA Markets complete with food and drink, crafts, jewellery, clothing and more from 9am to 4pm.

Flashbacks: Whether you like to sing, dance or both, the Trundle ABBA Festival is not to be missed. Photo: File.

Flashbacks: Whether you like to sing, dance or both, the Trundle ABBA Festival is not to be missed. Photo: File.

There will be a singing competition to find the best vocalist at the festival, along with more activities and entertainment across the weekend including amazing events hosted by St Patrick's School P&F Committee. Friday, May 3 will see the talented trio "The Kransky Sisters" hit town, while there will be the perfect opportunity to meet locals and support the farming community with their "Farm Tours".

Festival gates open on 12.30pm and close at 9.45pm, for tickets and more information visit www.trundleabbafestival.com.au.