Heading To The Spice Girls In Croke Park Tomorrow? Here’s Everything You Need To Know
SPICE UP YOUR LIFE BABES.
Can you actually believe we are ONE DAY away from the Spice Girls reunion gig in Croke Park?
It seems like an absolute age since we eagerly purchased our tickets, and now it is finally time for us to spice up our lives.
Mel B and Mel C jetted over to Dublin yesterday after “a sleepover at Sporty’s”, so you know, watch out for Spice Girls rambling around the town:
Me and @melaniecmusic have arrived just now at the airport in proper “spice girl spirit” I even had a sleep over at sportys last night yipppee we are soooo on time it’s killing me – #Repost @OfficialMelB #SpiceWorld2019 pic.twitter.com/W8mHTu45eD
— Spice Girls (@spicegirls) May 22, 2019
The official Spice account has also shared some more behind-the-scenes photos of rehearsals, including a glimpse at the INCREDIBLE stage set up.
Oh and very important news – Geri has gone back to ginger for the occasion.
So now we have a little idea of what to expect from the big gig, here’s everything you need to know before you head to Croker tomorrow.
Doors open at 6pm, with support act Jess Glynne taking the stage at 7pm. The Girls themselves will be coming on at 8.15pm, with the whole thing expected to wrap up by 10.45pm.
If you were thinking about queuing outside Croke Park to get a good spot, don’t – fans have been asked not to line up before the show, and you might be turned away if you do.
As usual, concert-goers are advised not to bring backpacks or large handbags, so streamline your bits and carry a smaller bag. Other prohibited items include umbrellas, alcohol, selfie sticks, professional cameras, iPads, and GoPros.
Under 14s are not allowed on the pitch, whether they’re accompanied by an adult or not. All under 16s attending the gig must be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian, who must take full responsibility for them throughout the event.
Transport and getting in
Don’t even BOTHER driving if you can get away with it. Take public transport and make sure to factor in time for waiting in traffic. Your ticket should specify which entrance you’ll use, so make note of that before you set off.
Here are the approach routes for the stands and pitch:
- Hogan Stand via Jones Road and Russell Street – Blue Route
- Cusack Stand via St James Avenue and Foster Terrace – Red Route
- Davin Stand via St Margaret’s Terrace – Yellow Route
- Pitch A via Joseph’s Avenue – Green Route
- Pitch B, Pitch C and Gold Circle via St James’ Avenue and Foster Terrace – Red Route
You are now ready to go and have the time of your lives. We’ll see you there!
Still not sure what to wear? Here’s our guide to dressing for the Spice Girls gig, according to which Spice Girl you are
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