Foo Fighters & Weezer Get Stunning Money At Corporate Show

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Foo Fighters and Weezer played a private corporate gig for Cisco in San Diego on Wednesday, and while the show was easily accessible for Cisco employees (and customers), if you’ve got a fat wallet, you also could have attended the stadium show at Petco Park. Pacific San Diego reported before the show:

Make that an expensive perk, since five-day passes are priced at $795 each for the Explorer package and $2,795 each for the full conference package. (The IT Management passes, priced at $3,195 each, are sold out.) Guest passes for tonight’s 21-and-up Petco Park concert cost $299 each, but can only be purchased by Cisco Live registrants.

However, those registrants could include you, if you are willing to pay the above prices and to take the time to register.

“Cisco Live conference registration is still open. The event is for Cisco customers and partners,” a Cisco representative told the Union-Tribune, via email, Wednesday morning. “We expect approximately 28,000 Cisco customers and partners in attendance at this year’s Cisco Live.”

The article added that Cisco registration was open to anyone if you were willing to pay the big price. Pacific San Diego also reported that based on Foo Fighters grossing on average over $1 million per show, they were likely able to get paid a huge amount of money for the corporate gig.

Foo Fighters Setlist:
All My Life
Learn to Fly
The Pretender
The Sky Is A Neighborhood
Times Like These
Drum Solo
Sunday Rain
My Hero (Dave solo, then full band joined)
These Days
Walk
Another One Bites the Dust / Blitzkrieg Bop / Day-Oh (with band introductions)
Under Pressure (Queen cover) (Dave on drums)
Monkey Wrench
Best of You
Everlong

Weezer Setlist:
Buddy Holly
My Name Is Jonas
Undone – The Sweater Song
Hash Pipe
(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To
Take On Me (a‐ha cover)
In the Garage
Island in the Sun
Happy Together (The Turtles cover)
Pork and Beans
No Scrubs (TLC cover)
Beverly Hills
Africa (Toto cover)
Say It Ain’t So