No Doubt Confirmed to Perform at IBM Insight Conference in Las Vegas

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Though it was being heavily reported that No Doubt were tapped to perform in Las Vegas for IBM’s annual Insight conference, it has now been confirmed on the company’s official website for the event.

No Doubt are set to perform exclusively at Insight 2014 held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday, October 28. The concert is a private event for IBM and passes are available for the conference on its website for pretty hefty prices for insiders and business partners. The website does list that “guest passes can be purchased on-site with check or credit card for $150” with beverages and desserts included. That makes it seem like some fans may be able to get in (for a flat price) but the passes may be held for guests of the conference only. We’ll try to look into it more and let everyone know!

Special Guest: No Doubt sponsored by Rocket Software

No Doubt will be at Insight. Will you? The Grammy-nominated band is ready to rock Vegas with trademark hits “Don’t Speak,” “Just a Girl,” “Hey Baby,” “Hollaback” and more! It’s your chance to catch Gwen Stefani live before she joins NBC’s “The Voice” this fall as its newest judge. It’s also your chance to dance as if nobody’s watching, except 13,000+ of your peers.

Insight’s special event is included with your full conference pass. Additional guest passes can be purchased on-site with check or credit card for $150.

Desserts and beverages will be provided.

Click here to find out more about the event if interested and we hope to hear more soon about the show.

No Doubt are also scheduled to perform in New York City at the annual Global Citizen Festival on September 27.

11 Replies to “No Doubt Confirmed to Perform at IBM Insight Conference in Las Vegas”

  1. Anyway it’s really lame they listed “Hollaback” as a No Doubt hit? Not only the title is incorrect but it’s a solo song. Can’t they do some research before posting crap?

  2. Sounds like you may be able to attend as a “guest” if you are going with an employee, but not just an outsider “guest” who just wants to see the show. Guests are probably wives/husbands, etc.

  3. I don’t even care why they are doing this. I’m hoping it might light a fire under them to get back in the studio or out on the road next year. Performing together seems to help their motivation/inspiration. Hopefully this crowd won’t be a dud.

  4. They have done it before under the old management Jakob. They did play a New Years private party for Roman Abramovich in St. Barts in 2009.
    ND like all bands, will play to whomever pays their fee per gig, I just don’t see why all the fuzz (negativity) around this one. A lot of bands that are no longer “active” do those kind of shows.

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