Last week, the Spice Girls made their long-awaited comeback, with a UK wide tour.
It serves as the iconic girl group’s first tour together, barring Victoria Beckham, in over 11 years.
However, fans were left less than impressed with the grand return, describing how sound issues ruined the reunion tour for a second time.
The second date of the comeback tour saw the group hit Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Monday evening, where they received a mixed response from fans who claimed sound issues meant they were unable to properly hear the songs.
Left the Cardiff gig early. Really disappointed as couldn’t hear a word. Was really looking forward to it but left feeling it was a a bit lame #spicegirls
— Allison (@Allyrpowell) May 27, 2019
The complaints are not standalone, with the Spice Girl’s opening show at Dublin’s Croke Park on Friday seeing fans not only air grievances online, but walk out of the performance.
In response, Mel B vowed that the issues would be fixed and sound “much, much better” in time for the second date – although that didn’t stop fans asking for a refund.
What we really really want
A fucking Refund.
Spice girls reunion tour
a disaster, sound very very poor. Who did the sound test.
It was a reunion , but without the spice.
— Edward Aitken (@EdwardAitken1) May 28, 2019
The second-date has received a mixed response online, with a split of Cardiff concert-goers demanding their money back to those describing the group as “incredible”.
Spice Girls tour dates 2019:
June 1 — Manchester, England @ Etihad Stadium
June 3 — Coventry, England @ Ricoh Stadium
June 6 — Sunderland, England @ Stadium of Light
June 8 — Edinburgh, Scotland @ BT Murray Field Stadium
June 10 — Bristol, England @ Ashton Gate Stadium
June 15 — London, England @ Wembley Stadium