The aeroacoustic response of two tandem spirally finned cylinders is experimentally investigated. Three different pairs of finned cylinders are studied with fin pitch-to-root diameter ratios () ranging between . The spiral fins are crimped similar to those used in industrial heat exchangers. The results of the finned cylinders are compared with bare, circular cylinders with a modified equivalent diameter (Deq). The spacing ratio () between the cylinders are kept constant at . The Strouhal number (St) of the tandem finned cylinders is found to be higher compared to the tandem bare cylinders, resulting in an earlier onset of coincidence resonance. Moreover, unlike the tandem bare cylinders, the Strouhal number of the finned cylinders did not depend on the Reynolds number, suggesting that the flow characteristics around the finned cylinders are unaffected by Reynolds number. Only the tandem finned cylinders with the lowest fin pitch-to-root diameter ratio () were capable of exciting precoincidence acoustic resonance. The precoincidence resonance mechanism is similar to that observed in in-line tube bundles.