Gwen performs at Oracle Appreciation Event

Last night Gwen and Sting headlined at the closing event for the Oracle Open World 2016. Gwen performed a short set, and wore an outfit borrowed from last year No Doubt’s festival tour. She also joined Sting later to perform “Message in a Bottle”. Fans were already expecting it, since pictures and video of the two soundchecking the song surfaced before the show.
We were able to find video for the soundcheck and actual performance for their duet.

Gwen’s setlist for the night was: Red Flag / Wind It Up / Baby Don’t Lie / Make Me Like You / Underneath It All / Misery / Rich Girl / Hella Good / What You Waiting For? / It’s My Life / Don’t Speak / Used To Love You / Hollaback Girl / Just a Girl / The Sweet Escape

We would like to thank all people attending the event for sharing their pictures and videos!

(Fun fact… when doing the original post about the event, the picture choosen to be used for the post was Gwen performing at KAABOO Del Mar last year but later updated for one of her and Sting… and yesterday she wore the same outfit!)


It was delightful! #gwenstefani #sanfran

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Oracle Open World Appreciation Event!!!! Thank you #GwenStefani for making our night!

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More Gwen 😱😍😍✨✨🙌🏻🙌🏻💃🏻💃🏻 #gwenstefani #sanfrancisco #concert

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Amazing performance by gorgeous @gwenstefani #amazing #live #concert #beautiful #gwenstefani #sanfran #at&tpark

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It was announced that Gwen will co headlining along with Sting the Oracle Appreciation Event happening on September 21st at AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA. The event is part of their Oracle OpenWorld Conference and both Gwen and Sting are replacing original performer Billy Joel.

The concert is open to all participants of the conference, but not open to the public. You don’t have to be an Oracle employee to participate on the Open World conference, it’s open to all professionals that work with Oracle tools and are interested in participating of the panels offered by Oracle.

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