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  • Fleetwood Mac ticketholders demand refunds over sound system complaints at Wembley Stadium gig

    Fleetwood Mac concert-goers are demanding refunds after the iconic band performed at two London shows at Wembley Stadium on Sunday and Tuesday evening.Some fans praised the “absolutely fantastic” and “incredible” event from parts of Wembley Stadium, but others complained that the band's music sounded “terrible” due to the audio set-up.The legendary band performed in the capital as part of their 28-date tour around the world.The Pretenders also performed as the band's supporting act and Harry Styles from One Direction made a surprise appearance on Tuesday, even bringing along his mother to the gig. Stevie Nicks dedicating Landslide to Harry and Anne at the Fleetwood Mac concert in London. OMG THIS IS AMAZING!! pic.twitter.com/Hd7XWehhhx - Shy! Misses Zaynie ◟̽◞̽ ❱❱❱❱ (@lwt28infinity) 19 June 2019Stevie Nicks dedicated the song Landslide to the One Direction star, saying: "He’s really a gentleman, sweet and talented and boy that appeals to me.”However, hundreds of the 90,000 people in the crowd, who paid up to £150 for a ticket, are demanding a refund after claiming they were unable to hear “anything but echo”. Shocking sound quality at FleetwoodMac at Wembley last night. Left early. V disappointed and will be pursuing a refund. - Sue Allen (@sue_allen2015) 19 June 2019Sue Allen tweeted on Wednesday morning after the show: “Shocking sound quality at FleetwoodMac at Wembley last night. Left early. V disappointed and will be pursuing a refund." Shocking sound quality at FleetwoodMac at Wembley last night. Left early. V disappointed and will be pursuing a refund. - Sue Allen (@sue_allen2015) 19 June 2019Another fan who said the bought three tickets costing £51.70 tweeted that: “the sound system was terrible. It was one of the most expensive concerts I have ever been too and am so upset at how bad the sound was. @SuretoneMusic I bought 3 tickets Costing £512.70 & the sound system was terrible. It was one of the most expensive concerts I have ever been too and am so upset at how bad the sound was. I do feel under the circumstances that some sort of refund is due .FleetwoodMac wembley - Amanda Sims 1:1 Diet (@121Diet_AmandaS) 18 June 2019“I do feel under the circumstances that some sort of refund is due.”On Sunday Jules Swain posted a video which appeared to support their claims of poor sound at the show, saying “You need to fix the sound!!! Can’t tell a word they’re singing.” You need to fix the sound!! Can’t tell a word they’re singing! pic.twitter.com/48GEhZg9Q8 - Jules Swain (@julesbuddle) 16 June 2019“At Wembley - can’t hear anything but echo - £300 on tickets - you are awesome but sadly your sound people have massively let you down,” one twitter user said.Helen Murray said: “Sound system at Sunday concern in block 122 row 39 was DREADFUL. The echo was painful and completely spoilt the show.”According to fans, Live Nation, the concert’s organisers, are refusing to offer refunds.Despite the sound issues, many people celebrated their experience on Twitter, with one user saying: “Best experience of my life to date! @fleetwoodmac were absolutely fantastic.”Another wrote: “Fleetwood Mac last night @wembleystadium were absolutely incredible. Have to say when Stevie Nicks began singing I got literal goosebumps. Such a special evening thank you."Representatives of Fleetwood Mac and Live Nation have been contacted for comment.

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  • Mel B left 'disappointed' and 'upset' by Victoria Beckham's Spice Girls no-show

    Mel B has admitted that she was “disappointed” by Victoria Beckham’s Spice Girls no-show.Beckham chose not to take part in the band’s recent reunion tour in order to focus on her fashion line and did not attend any of the group’s stadium shows, despite previously teasing a surprise appearance.Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain, the Scary Spice star revealed that she was “upset” by Beckham’s absence as she had expected her former band mate to “just say hi at least.”As Reid asked her if she was “disappointed that Posh didn’t turn up right at the end” for the group’s Wembley shows, the singer responded: “I expected her to come and just say hi at least, not even on stage, just as an audience member supporting.”Morgan then quizzed the star (real name Melanie Brown) over the reasons behind Beckham’s non-attendance.“Do I look like I know?” Brown replied. “I don’t know. I’m sure she has her reasons for not.“I was upset, I still am a little bit, but it is what it is and us girls we all support each other no matter what but yeah.”Brown was keen to shrug off any suggestion of bad feeling as Reid asked her whether Beckham’s absence was indicative of a “rift” in the band, but admitted that it had been “disappointing.”“No, we’re all adults, we have to respectfully get on with whatever, but it is a bit disappointing, put it that way,” she said. The singer also defended her shock claim that she had slept with bandmate Geri Horner in the 90s, telling the hosts that she is “not a liar” and is “very honest.”“Listen, [Horner is] used to dealing with me, so I’m going to say whatever I’m going to say, within reason respectfully, and I’m going to tell the truth,” she said. “So she just has to swallow that pill. I’m not apologising.”“I’m not a liar, I’ve already said that. It’s old news, this happened such a long time ago, you know.”Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV from 6am.

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