Melanie C Invites You To Her 50th Birthday Party At Koko

Pop icon Melanie C has announced a very special birthday show at London’s Koko on Friday 12th January 2024. This one-of-a-kind party will see Sporty Spice perform songs across her trailblazing 30-year career, and be joined by very special surprise guests as she marks her 50th birthday with fans and friends.

Melanie C @ Mighty Hoopla Festival

Melanie C @ Mighty Hoopla Festival (Kalpesh Patel)
Melanie C @ Mighty Hoopla Festival (Kalpesh Patel)

Melanie C’s first London show since early 2022 promises to be a Fiftieth-Do like no other. Fresh from a packed-out summer, Chisholm has brought her unstoppable energy everywhere from her prestigious DJ’ing residency in Ibiza to worldwide festivals – including her roadblock return to Glastonbury – as well as in support of The Lionesses: a lifelong ambassador of women in sport, she featured on the Call Me A Lioness charity single alongside the likes of Self EsteemOlivia Dean and Wolf Alice frontwoman Ellie Rowsell, on top of remixing Tove Lo’s latest banger I like u. The star’s impact on the modern pop landscape has never been clearer, with her Koko show in early 2024 kicking off a new decade in Sporty’s own unmistakable style.

Listen to Call Me a Lioness below:

Melanie C’s birthday show promises to look back, too, on her incredible journey thus far. She has made history with the Spice Girls ever since 1996 debut single Wannabe, which became the best-selling single of all time by a female group and saw the band go on to sell more than 85 million records. They reunited for an epic stadium tour in 2019, witnessing for themselves the influence that Girl Power has had on a new generation.

Mel C @ Glastonbury Festival 2022

Melanie C @ Glastonbury Festival 2022 (Kalpesh Patel)
Melanie C @ Glastonbury Festival 2022 (Kalpesh Patel)

With genre-spanning solo hits like When You’re Gone, I Turn to You and Never Be The Same Again, Melanie has sold over 3 million solo albums and released her latest, self-titled album in 2020 – it reached #8 in the UK album charts (her best position for 17 years) to widespread praise. Since then, she has become a Sunday Times best selling author with the release of her long-awaited autobiography, Who I Am, and conquered yet another first: she made her debut in the world of contemporary dance in a critically acclaimed collaboration with Jules Cunningham & Company at Sadler’s Wells, performing in the new piece how did we get here?

Now, Melanie C invites you to celebrate her birthday in a party fit for an icon – tickets go on sale Friday 15th September at 10am via and

Live photography of Melanie C by Kalpesh Patel

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