The Spice Girls, one of the biggest-ever female pop team, will be reuniting after two decades on a tour organizers believe will melt down fans in the UK. The group targets a wide UK tour of six venues next summer. Bristol city will be hosting the Girls at the City’s stadium Aston Gate where organisers hope the famous group will ‘meltdown’ thousands of fans with their 90’s hits. When Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm step on to thrill their fans on June 10th, they will be without bandmate Victoria Beckham.
The team in a statement said they are “beyond excited to be reuniting next year for a stadium tour!
“Bringing girl power and message of friendship and love back to the stage feels more relevant than ever.
“We hope everyone can join us for one big Spice Girls party.
The group will be supported on stage by pop star Jess Glynne on a tour that targets Manchester, London, Sunderland, Edinburgh and Coventry.
The group’s planned summer performance will be her first since the London 2012 Olympics and will be hitting a number of stadiums across the country.
The venues and dates are –
- Etihad Stadium, Manchester – Saturday, June 1
- Ricoh Stadium, Coventry – Monday, June 3
- Stadium of Light, Sunderland – Thursday, June 6
- BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – Saturday, June 8
- Ashton Gate, Bristol, Monday, June 10
- Wembley Stadium, London – Saturday, June 15