Spice Girls Announce Their First Tour Dates In More Than A Decade

Spice Girls Announce Their First Tour Dates In More Than A Decade

The Spice Girls have officially announced their massive summer stadium tour - sans Victoria Beckham - after months, if not years, of teases and reassurances that one day it would happen.

Four members of the British pop group ― Scary Spice (Melanie Brown), Baby Spice (Emma Bunton), Ginger Spice (Geri Horner) and Sporty Spice (Melanie Chisholm) ― revealed the big news, and announced tickets for United Kingdom performances will go sale on Saturday.

Victoria Beckham, however, will not be taking part.

Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol and London are the six cities that will host the comeback tour.

As the news broke that the band was reuniting, fans couldn't help but feel sad that all members weren't making a return and mainly, fans wondered why VB wasn't joining forces with the girls once more?

Tickets will be go on sale at 10:30am on Saturday, November 10. They will be joined by a special guest, singer Jess Glynne.

Since that time, they have been frequently reassuring fans that a reunion is happening. "It's just the four of us".

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"I am so excited - the Girls are back in town to Spice Up Your Life!".

'I hope so, it'll be a shame if she didn't [come to the shows],' she continued.

In a new minute-long video unveiled on Monday afternoon, the stars announced their reunion in typically playful fashion - but cynical fans soon took to Twitter to accuse them of hitting the road because they "need money". All five returned for a reunion tour in 2007.

'We're going on tour! After all, she has said time and again that she doesn't want to go on tour.

The group, formed in 1994 and one of the most successful acts of that decade, have not performed together since the London Olympics closing ceremony in 2012, and they last toured together 10 years ago.

If you Wannabe front row at a Spice Girls concert, your '90s pop music dreams just might come true.

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