The Spice Girls kicked off their eagerly awaited reunion tour at Croke Park last Friday night.
However, some fans were disappointed by the sound quality at the concert, taking to social media to complain that they couldn't hear the songs properly, or make out what was being said in between.
Mel B acknowledged this after the show, saying that the band hoped to have the issue resolved for their next show in Cardiff.
It seems this didn't happen, as there were further complaints about the sound at that particular gig on Monday.
Is there a genuine problem with the Spice Girls set-up, or is it a general issue with outdoor venues?
Larissa Nolan and John Caddell discussed this in our weekly music slot.
They also spoke about why posters promoting Morrissey's latest album have been removed from Merseyrail stations in the UK.