A night of legendary music comes to one of the most picturesque settings in Derbyshire, as stars of London’s West End perform An Evening of ABBA at Queen’s Park on Friday 10 June. 

To help make the most of your visit, please take the time to read our Visitor Guide.

For any queries not covered in the below guide, please email [email protected].

The Venue & Directions

Queen’s Park
Boythorpe Avenue
S40 2BF

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Gates: 5.30pm
Show starts: 7:30pm
Approx. finish: 9.30pm


Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at, or by calling 01332 388 101 until 12pm on 10 June.

General Admission – £25
Car Park – £8

A limited amount of General Admission tickets will be available to purchase via the main entrance (see map above) on the night.

A limited number of Car Park tickets are available to purchase in advance. Further details regarding car parking can be found below.

All ticket purchase points will be cashless only, including Apple/Android pay.

Please note that ticket scanners will be in operation at ALL gates.

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Viewing Area

General Standing
This is an all-standing concert.

A small amount of unreserved seating will be available towards the back of the viewing area for those needing to take a break from standing. Please note that a view of the stage cannot be guaranteed from this area.

Similarly, visitors can bring their own camping chairs and picnic blankets, however these will only be permitted towards the back of the raised bank. They will not be permitted near the stage.

Disabled Access
There will be an accessible area located to the side of the stage. This will be reserved for accessibility users on the night. Disabled car parking can be purchased for £8 in advance on a first-come, first-served basis.

Hospitality Guests
Hospitality guests will be able to access the exclusive hospitality viewing area towards the front of the stage and will be directed by the Club hosts on the day.


Pre-Purchased Parking: Entry by car for those with a pre-purchased Car Park Ticket, or a Hospitality Ticket which includes parking, will be via the main entrance off Boythorpe Avenue (please see above map).

A small amount of on-site parking will be available to purchase on the night, priced at £10, via the same entrance.

Public Parking: Additional public parking is available at:

  • Holywell Cross pay and display car park; S40 1UT
  • Pay and display sites – North and South either side of the ground; S40 2ND.
  • Small Queen’s Park annex car park at Boythorpe Avenue / Park Road; S40 2QE. This is a pay and display car park.

Please do not park at Queen’s Park Sports Centre, this is reserved for sports centre users.

We encourage all supporters to plan their arrival at the ground, allowing plenty of time. Thank you for your co-operation.

Food & Drink

A variety of hot and cold food options will be available, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Vegetarian and vegan options will be available.

Children’s portions will be available at selected units.

Prohibited Items

There will be a number of prohibited items, including all food, drink (except bottled water) and large bags. Any dangerous items, such as pen knives, as well as any professional cameras or recording equipment will also be forbidden.

No food or alcohol can be brought into the venue. A variety of concession units will be available, located close to the stage, serving a range of hot and cold food, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Guests can bring water in a plastic bottle into the venue.

Umbrellas are permitted, however they should not be used in crowded areas.

Please be aware there are no covered areas on the ground.

If you have any questions ahead of your visit, please email [email protected]. All venue regulations are subject to change, based on the latest government guidance. Thank you.

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