Everything you need to know about Spice Girls at the Etihad

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Some of us really really really wannabe at the Etihad this evening, as tonight is the night when Manchester and the Spice Girls will become one.

Here is everything you need to know about the Spice Girls upcoming Manchester gigs.

Geri, Mel B, Mel C, and Emma will be bringing Girl Power to town tonight, Friday, and Saturday. It's also Scary Spice's birthday today!

The Spice Girls are the best-selling girl group of all time and this is their second reunion after getting back together for a one-off tour in 2008.

They will be reeling off all their greatest hits at the Etihad stadium with Jess Glynne supporting. Victoria Beckham will not be joining the group as she is reportedly busy with her fashion line.

Doors will open at 5 pm, with Jess Glynne taking to the stage at 7.15. The Spice Girls will be on at around 8.30, in time for a 10.30 curfew.

After departing Manchester, the Spice Girls will head to Coventry to play at the Ricoh Arena, before playing shows in Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol, and concluding with 3 nights at the Wembley Stadium.

The Spice Girls kicked off their tour in Dublin last Friday, with a setlist that got a big thumbs up from fans.

However, there were issues with the sound in Dublin and at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Monday, with some fans also claiming that the sound was ‘horrific’ at the Dublin show.

Mel B took to Instagram and said the sound would hopefully be 'much, much better' but it remains to be seen how good the sound will be at the Etihad.

The Met Office is predicting a wet end to May and scattered rain throughout this week, so you might want to take an umbrella tonight just in case.

On the bright side, Saturday is set for 'sunny intervals and a gentle breeze' so for those of you with Saturday tickets it looks like you've won the Spice Girls lottery.

There you have it, the Spice Girls are making Headlines so Holler at Ticketmaster so you can say you’ll be there.

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