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Christmas In Spiceworld was a concert tour performed by the Spice Girls.

General informationEdit

Christmas In Spiceworld was a sell-out arena tour that ran for eight shows in Manchester and London, England during December 1999. The tour occurred between the Spiceworld and Forever albums.

The Spice Girls debuted three new songs from the Forever sessions on the tour - "Right Back At Ya", "W.O.M.A.N.", and future single "Holler". The performed version of "Right Back At Ya" differed from the version that later appeared on the album. Rather than a Darkchild-produced R&B song, it was a Spiceworld-esque pop song. A studio version of "W.O.M.A.N." never surfaced, although an updated version was speculated as a b-side to 2007's "".

The tour is the only Spice Girls tour that hasn't featured Geri Halliwell at all. She left in the midst of 1998's Spiceworld Tour and returned for their The Return of the Spice Girls world tour in 2007.

SetlistEdit

1. "Spice Up Your Life"

2. "Something Kinda Funny"

3. "Say You'll Be There"

4. "Right Back At Ya"

5. "Step To Me"

6. "Mama"

7. "Too Much"

8. "W.O.M.A.N"

9. "2 Become 1"

  • Costume Change

10. " Stop"

11. "Holler"

12. "Who Do You Think You Are"

13. "Never Give Up On The Good Times"

14. "Wannabe"

15. "Goodbye"

  • Encore

16. "Viva Forever"

17. Christmas Medley: "Merry Christmas Everybody"/"I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday"

18. "Wannabe"

CreditsEdit

Performers

  • Victoria Beckham - vocals
  • Melanie Brown - vocals
  • Emma Bunton - vocals
  • Melanie Chisholm - vocals

The Band

  • Simon Ellis - musical director/keyboards
  • Michael Martin - keyboards
  • Paul Gendler - guitar
  • John Thompson - bass
  • Fergus Gerrand - drums

The Brass

  • James Lynch - trumpet
  • Mike Lovitt - trumpet
  • Howard McGill - sax
  • Winston Rollins - trombone

The Strings

  • Audrey Riley - arranger
  • Chris Tomling - 1st violin

Violins:

  • Greg Warren Wilson
  • Richard George
  • Ann Morfee
  • Laura Melhewish
  • Darren Morgan
  • Helen Patterson

Violas:

  • Susan Dench
  • Peter Collyer
  • Bridget Carrie

Celli:

  • Sophie Harris
  • Joy Hayley

Management and Additional Personnel

  • Richard Jones - tour manager
  • Peter Barnes - show producer, lighting & set designer
  • Chris Vaughan - production manager
  • Ray Furzé - sound engineer
  • Darrin Henson, Melinda McKenna - choreography

Tour datesEdit

  • 04 Dec 1999 M.E.N. Arena - Manchester, England
  • 05 Dec 1999 M.E.N. Arena - Manchester, England
  • 07 Dec 1999 M.E.N. Arena - Manchester, England
  • 08 Dec 1999 M.E.N. Arena - Manchester, England
  • 11 Dec 1999 Earls Court Arena - London, England
  • 12 Dec 1999 Earls Court Arena - London, England
  • 14 Dec 1999 Earls Court Arena - London, England
  • 15 Dec 1999 Earls Court Arena - London, England

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