Mamma Mia! With only one month to go, the countdown is officially on until the 2019 Trundle ABBA Festival.

Now in its 8th year, the Festival will take place on Saturday 4 May, attracting ABBA fanatics from all across the globe, filling Trundle with music, flares and sequins.

Regarded as the most successful tribute act of all time, Björn Again will return to Trundle as the feature act, performing their 30th Anniversary Tour. The band performed its first show on 6th May 1989 and has now performed over 7000 shows in over 100 countries.

The main stage at Berryman Oval will be rocking all day with support acts, including the highly anticipated group Amitie, rocker Ben Ransom, soulful vocalist Ingrid Mae and more.

There will be something for everyone to participate in including Fashions of the Festival, Dancing with the Stars with Alana Patience and Tristan McManus, DiscodTours (silent discos), face painting, markets and much more.

Parkes Shire Mayor, Councillor Ken 'Benny' Keith OAM, said "we are delighted to welcome the thousands of visitors to the Parkes Shire to take part in all the music, colour and fun that is the Trundle ABBA Festival".

"Be sure to make the most of your visit to the Parkes Shire - pop into the Bogan Gate Markets at Memorial Hall on your way to Trundle, be inspired by the iconic CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope, explore the Henry Parkes Centre's museums and exhibits, and be fulfilled at one of the many cafes, pubs and restaurants."

Super Troopers and Dancing Queens can make their way to Trundle via road and rail, with buses running from Parkes, Forbes and Canberra, and the ABBA Express train running a return service from Sydney, Parkes and Forbes.

Need a place to rest your head When All is Said and Done? There are still unpowered camping sites and glamping tents available at the Racecourse. Bookings can be made via www.123tix.com. Accommodation is also available in Parkes. Contact the Parkes Visitor Information Centre on 02 6862 6000 for availabilities.

Each year the Festival injects an estimated $1.3 million into the local economy through accommodation, hospitality and retail. In 2019, 5,000 visitors are expected to converge on Trundle for the Abba-solutely fabulous weekend.