I’ll Tell You What I Want, What I Really Really Want | Spice Girls Spice World Tour Manchester

A couple of weeks ago, both me and Jamie went to see one of my favourite Girl Bands, the Spice Girls perform their Spice World Tour in Manchester, and after having an absolutely amazing time, I thought that I would tell you some of my favourite moments from the evening.

Firstly, I just have to say that their support act, Jess Glynne was incredible, and even though i’m not the biggest fan of her Music apart from a couple of songs, I loved that she got the entire Stadium in the mood for the rest of the evening.

A large rectangular black stage that has Spice girls written in bold gold writing on it with some  spherical bright silver lights and some various different dancers in the background, on a white background.

A picture of the Spice Girls Spice World Tour Manchester Stage.

Their entrance of Spice Up Your Life was outstanding, because as well as being so full of base that it shook the floor, it also got everyone in the mood for the rest of the evening.

They of course performed Who Do You Think You Are, Say You’ll Be There, and If You Can’t Dance, which I thought were all amazing.

Their more ballad songs were also outstanding, as they performed Something Kinda Funny, a quick version of Queer Tango, Viva Forever, and Goodby, that I thought all sounded fantastic.

I also really liked that they performed a couple of 70’s Disco covers, including Car Wash and We Are Family, as when we entered the Stadium we were given a little wristband that actually lit up whilst they were singing that created our own personal little disco.

I also really liked that they performed a jazzed up version of Holla that they had added a really catchy chant to that I couldn’t seem to get out of my head all of the next day.

The other thing that I really liked was the amount of audience interaction, as they were constantly talking to us and even started a round of oggy, oggy, oggy.

All of their performance was amazing, but I really liked that they finished off the entire show with a really emotional version of Two Become One. Well that was the end of the show for us, as we unfortunately had to leave to catch our Train.

This was just a few of my favourite moments of the evening, but they also performed a whole lot more, and I of course was Singing, Clapping, and generally Rocking out to it all. My Voice and Throat actually hurt quite a lot the next day, but I think that’s just the result of a fantastic evening, haha!

I am absolutely thrilled to have finally seen them perform live after being a fan for most of my life, and if you can still manage to get your Hands on some Tickets, I highly recommend that you go see them as they’re amazing!

Have you seen the Spice Girls perform live yet? What was some of your favourite moments from the evening? What’s some of your favourite Spice Girls songs? Please let me know down below.

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4 Comments:

  1. Omg I can’t believe you got to see the Spice Girls!! You are so lucky, and thank you for allowing me to live vicariously through you!

  2. I went to The Moth in Seattle last year. David Montgomery spoke about how he quit his teaching job to follow the Spice Girls around. If you like The Spice Girls, you might like his talk — there’s a video of his performance of the same talk in PA on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54GLtthNlro

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  4. Bet this was amazing! The Spice Girls were my idols growing up so I’d love to see them live and get all that nostalgia. Thanks for sharing!

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