Spice Girls fans have complained about sound issues for the second time after the band's Cardiff gig on Monday night (May 27).
The girl-group kicked off their highly anticipated reunion tour at Croke Park on Friday (May 24).
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After Monday's show at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, there have been further complaints about the sound.
One commentator said the sound was "atrocious" and you could not "hear what they were singing".
Spice girls gig at Cardiff principality stadium last night, the sound was atrocious and could not hear what they were singing, very strange as Jess Glynne was the supporting singer, and her sound and vocals were amazing, you could hear everything she sang perfect.— paul ryan (@gooners63) May 28, 2019
Another said the sound was "poor" and complained that the stadium's roof should have been closed to prevent concert goers being rained on.
It was also claimed that some fans walked out of the gig due to the sound issues.
Following the complaints after Friday's Croke Park gig, Spice Girl Mel B posted a video to Instagram to acknowledge the issues and said she hoped "the vocals and sound will be much, much better" in Cardiff.
The Spice Girls will now head to Manchester, then Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh and Bristol. They finish their tour at London's Wembley Stadium.