During the opening show in Dublin on Friday, they were hit by criticism from fans who were not impressed by the sloppy sound system.
And Geri Horner, 46, Emma Bunton, 43, and Mel C, 45, have built up enthusiasm on their social media for their fans as they prepare for their second show at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Monday.
Geri fans freshening up last week shared a short film on her show's Instagram, where she storms the stage while handing out vocals.
Get ready: exciting fans Geri, 45, took a photo on Instagram of the show last week, on which she subtitled: & # 39; Cardiff we are coming for you !! & # 39;
Admiring her excitement, she wrote on the image: & # 39; Cardiff we are coming for you !! & # 39 ;.
Supporting Geri & # 39; s sentiment, Emma placed a hold of herself from the previous show, where she stuck on stage with her hands fanning out in a pair of killer heels and pink-pink downy jackets.
Bursting with expectation, she endorsed the sacrifice: “Walking in Cardiff like ……. can't wait until tonight, you see there! #spicegirls #spiceworld. & # 39;
Mel C went into her story to share a series of snaps from the opening show and added text to emphasize her intense feelings in the run-up to the show in the city of Welsh.
Excited: Emma Bunton, 43, who supports Geri's sentiment, posted a picture of herself from the previous show and wrote: & # 39; Can not wait & # 39;
An image showed her confused with her band mates with an animated look on her face, she wrote in the photo: & # 39; What a pleasure we had. & # 39;
Another wink showed her running across the stage, subtitling them: & # 39; See you in Cardiff & # 39; and another with Geri reading: & # 39; Let's do this. & # 39;
Mel B still has to post pre-show messages on her social media accounts.
Participate in: Mel C, 45, took her story to share a series of snaps from the opening show and added text to emphasize her intense feelings in the run-up to the show in the city of Welsh
Anticipation: images showed that the foursome had the best time on stage in addition to messages to keep fans ahead of their guns, anticipating their appearance in Cardiff
Mel B was the only Spice Girl to handle the recoil to their debut touring performance after participants raged over sound issues, resulting in fans running away.
Early on Saturday morning, Scary Spice scored a video on Instagram in which she admitted that there were sound and singing problems with the debut in the group in Dublin – and promised to improve sound quality for the next show.
After a fresh look, 43, shared the candid video at 6 am the day after the first performance on the reunion tour when she went to the photo sharing site to giggle about their performance and their & # 39 ; supporting & # 39; thank fans.
Solo: Mel B was the only Spice Girl to deal with the recoil to their debut touring performance after participants raged over sound issues, resulting in a number of fans flipping out
Candid: In an Instagram video, Scary Spice admitted that there were sound and singing problems with the debut in the group in Dublin – and promised to improve sound quality for the next show
As she lay in bed looking at the camera, she seemed annoyed when she said: & hey guys, thanks for attending our show tonight in Dublin.
& # 39; We'll see you in Cardiff and hopefully the vocals and sound will be much better. & # 39;
The mother of the three then made an irritated and deliberately audible sigh.
While her bandmate made the noise, Geri chose to ignore the recoil to their debut touring performance while she went to Instagram to celebrate their comeback.
Positive vibes only: while her bandmate confirmed the sound effect, Geri Horner  chose to ignore the recoil to their debut when she celebrated their comeback
United: Ginger Spice has shared a moment of herself on a stage dressed in a red and blue dress in Renaissance style and a shot of herself behind the scenes holding hands with her band members
Ginger Spice shared a moment of herself on stage dressed in a red and blue dress in Renaissance style and a shot of herself backstage hand in hand with her band mates.
She simply subtitled the photo & # 39; s: & # 39; Thanks Dublin! #welove #weserve #wecelebrate #SpiceWorld. & # 39;
Mel C grumbled about the return of the girl band and thanked fans for their support when she posted a bright photo of herself on Instagram next to her fellow Spice Girls.
Grateful: Mel C grumbled about the return of the girl band, thanked fans for their support when she posted a bright photo on Instagram
She wrote next to it: & # 39; Wow! Words cannot describe what it felt like to be back on stage with @officialmelb @therealgerihalliwell @emmaleebunton last night. I love you all so much, more than ever !!!
& # 39; Thank you so much to our incredible team, their talent, dedication and unwavering hard work have made this show the best I have ever been to.
& # 39; Thank you to our wonderful fans, we could never have done this without you, we are eternally grateful for your endless support. Can't wait to do it all over again and again !! Beware Cardiff, we are here for you! & # 39;
Astonishing! Emma Bunton had their first appearance & # 39; amazing & # 39; burned when she also went to Instagram to mark the comeback of Spice Girls
Emma Bunton had their first appearance & # 39; amazing & # 39; burned when she also went to Instagram to mark the comeback of Spice Girls.
In addition to a solo of herself on stage, she wrote: & # 39; Great first night, thank you Dublin #spicegirls #spiceworld. & # 39;
Emma also decided to focus on other positive developments instead of addressing the reaction after the reunion performance of the Spice Girls.
On her Instagram stories, the mother of two celebrates the collection of 1 million followers on the site for photo sharing, and thanks to fans.
Mel & # 39; s selfie video comes after fans who had been on the first date of the Spice Girls reunion tour in Dublin on Friday expressed their disappointment because noise problems at the stadium meant they couldn't hear the show, and a fan claimed even that they & # 39; huge numbers & # 39; saw & # 39; walk away from the show.
Emma Bunton, 43, Geri Horner, Mel Brown and Mel C, 45 delighted the crowd of around 58,000 fans with a medley of their biggest hits, and Ginger Spice even paid tribute to her iconic Union Jack dress with a red and blue Renaissance style dress.
While many fans went to Twitter to share their excitement about attending the concert, others quickly shared their dissatisfaction with the first performance of the Spice Girls.
Raging: Many fans took anger on Twitter during the concert to complain about sound issues, with many visitors from Croke Park after spending around £ 100 on tickets
Although fans were happy to see the band finally get back together to start their tour, some took to the social media to complain that sound problems prevented them from hearing the show, even claiming to be the audience saw them leave the concert.
Several also complained about the problems, given how much they had spent on the sold-out concert, with ticket prices ranging from £ 66 to £ 146.
One wrote: & # 39; The sound is so bad … v disappointing & # 39; while another said: & # 39; Be great when someone tells the healthy people at Spice Girls that the audience can't hear them. & # 39;
Unbelievable: the band finally returned to the podium on Friday, seven years after their last group presentation at the 2012 Olympic Games
A third tweet too: & # 39; Something is wrong when the crowd sits down at the @spicegirls concert because nobody knows where the song is on, because the sound is really SO bad. & # 39;
& # 39; Sound! Sort the sound from the @ spicegirls team. Is it the band or the sound engineer? & # 39; an fan angry.
The anticipation of fans was a big lead on the concert, because it was the first time the band entered the stage in seven years.
Comeback: The Spice Girls started their long-awaited reunion tour when the iconic band entered the stage for their first performance in Dublin on Friday
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