Sound problems wreck Spice Girls comeback gig

Sound problems wreck Spice Girls comeback gig

Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) opted out of the reunion tour to focus on her fashion brand.

One fan commended the group on a "fabulous" show but added that the sound was "poor" and they "could hardly make out the words they were saying at times", and said it "Was worst sound I've ever heard at a concert".

SPICE GIRLS fans were left disappointed and angry last night after sound problems marred the group's first night of their reunion tour.

Spice Girls star Melanie Brown - otherwise known as Mel B - thanked their fans for attending the Dublin show in a video message on her Instagram story. "We will see you in Cardiff and hopefully the vocals and the sound will be much, much better".

Mel B has promised the Spice Girls will improve their vocals and sound issues before their next concert.

Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Melanie C of The Spice Girls perform on the first night of the band's tour at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "Sound is so bad. very disappointing".

Initial reception on social media was positive with swathes of people expressing their excitement for the show and plenty others praising the foursome's performance.

The band had to deny rumours of a rift in April following Brown's claims that she had a one-night stand with Horner in the Spice Girls' heyday.

The Spice Girls will spend the next month playing dates in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and although there was talk of the tour extending to the US and even Australia, nothing has been announced.

The band took to the stage dressed in versions of their iconic '90s looks, and opened the show with their hit 'Spice Up Your Life' as fireworks exploded over the arena.

"I can't tell you how excited I am about getting this tour on the road!" "We will see you in Cardiff", she said.

Many people said that the sound was "terrible" and people sitting in the high sections of the venue couldn't hear the group. "But I got to say there are a lot of queens here tonight".

The last time the group performed as a five some was at the London Olympics in 2012.

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