Spice Girls Play an Unforgettable Concert at Wembley

The Spice Girls - Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Melanie Brown. Photo by Shutterstock (1815991bn)

Spice Girls are definitely one of the most recognized names in music history, and there is a good reason for that – they are the best-selling female group of all time, and they were also the most famous British pop band since the Beatles.

Earlier this month, the group played a magnificent concert at Wembley Stadium in London, 25 years after they formed.


The concert was one of the three that were scheduled for the Spice Girls World Tour 2019.

The stadium was full with more than eighty thousand devoted fans that were thrilled by their favorite band’s performance.

The band opened the show with their trademark song “Spice Up Your Life” to the screams of the overjoyed fans.

The concert was very energetic and enchanting, with the Spice Girls Mel B, Mel C, Geri and Emma (Victoria has decided to sit out this tour) singing and dancing dressed in outfits that were made like the ones they wore on stage during the 90s.

They provided an unforgettable experience performing many of their best songs, like “Holler” and “Stop Right Now,” filling the stadium with positive energy that spread through the air. They closed the event with the No.1 hit from 1996 “Wannabe.”