The Spice Girls reunion tour has faced more complaints about the sound quality after their Cardiff show on Monday night.
There were reports of fans ‘walking out’ of the Principality Stadium as they couldn’t hear the performance properly.
Fans who attended the Spice Girls concert at Croke Park last Friday night also complained of serious issues with the sound and many have now started asking for refunds as the issues continue.
Too bad you can’t hear a thing. The sound is awful. Was perfect for Jess Glynn & is horrific now. Loads of people leaving.
— Yvonne Rossiter (@msvonage) May 24, 2019
— ᔕᗩᗰᑌEᒪ ᗪ ᒍOᕼᑎᔕTOᑎ (@samueldjohnston) May 27, 2019
Tickets for the Dublin show cost up to €110, while many tickets for their UK dates also cost over £100.
Mel B addressed the problems on Instagram following the Dublin show, saying that she hoped "the vocals and the sound will be much, much better".
— Kate Carr (@KateTurner87) May 27, 2019
Those who attended the show in Cardiff complained that the sound was “atrocious” and they "couldn't hear half of it".
But despite the teething issues the group have faced since kicking off the tour on Friday night, it seems fans can still expect plenty from the six-act show.
— Bogii~ (@Bogica1997) May 28, 2019
— Susan U Brown (@wreshrop) May 27, 2019
There’s an endless number of costume changes where their most iconic looks are reimagined, as well as a Beyoncé and Holler remix, and a cover of Sister Sledge’s We Are Family to name just a few.
The Spice Girls tour will continue throughout the UK until June 15, with three dates at Manchester's Etihad Stadium next up this week.
Main image via Instagram/@emmaleebunton