Although former band member Victoria Beckham won’t be involved in the upcoming live shows due to “business commitments”, there’s still a lot to look forward to for fans of the chart-topping girl group, as they get ready to spread Girl Power around the nation once again.
If you’re currently putting together your plan of action to bag tickets, here’s everything you need to know beforehand…
Where are the Spice Girls playing on their tour?
The full list of tour dates is as follows:
Saturday 1 June - Manchester, Etihad Stadium
Monday 3 June - Coventry, Ricoh Stadium
Thursday 6 June - Sunderland, Stadium Of Light
Saturday 8 June - Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium
Monday 10 June - Bristol, Ashton Gate Stadium
Saturday 15 June - London, Wembley Stadium
When are tickets on sale?
As the girls revealed in the faux news report announcing their tour, tickets will all go on sale - with no pre-sale available - on Saturday 10 November at 10.30am.
How much are tickets for the Spice Girls’ tour?
We’ll be honest, they are not cheap.
Tickets for London will range from £60 – £135 for seats, £75 for standing, and £199 for standing in the “Spice Circle”.
Tickets for all other dates range from £55 – £125 for seats, £70 for standing, and £185 for the “Spice Circle” standing area.
VIP packages include the “Say You’ll Be There” VIP deal, the “Spice Up Your life” VIP deal and, of course, the “Zigazig Ah” VIP deal, details of which can be found here.
How many Spice Girls tour tickets can you buy at once?
The maximum number that can be bought by one person is eight.
Where can I get tickets for the Spice Girls tour?
Will any other dates be added?
It’s certainly a possibility. When news of the tour leaked days before the official announcement, the only detail that the press got wrong was that there would be eight dates rather than the six confirmed.
You’ll notice there’s quite a big gap between the Bristol and London dates, with nothing listed on Wembley Stadium’s website for the days before the Spice Girls show (Fleetwood Mac are performing the day after, though).
Meanwhile, various media outlets have suggested the four-piece might even be taking to the stage at Glastonbury, which takes place a week after their tour closes.