The elaborate Pepsi convention, staged on Hawaii's Big Island, is part of the company's 100th Anniversary celebrations and includes speaking appearances by former President George Bush and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The concert is a very private affair with no access to the public, although one radio station is giving away 400 free tickets for what's billed as "The Great Pepsi Mystery Rock Show" the same night as the Rolling Stones are known to be performing. The Lord of the Dance and Ray Charles play for Pepsi on Thursday.
The Stones in flew into Hawaii on Sunday night. They're scheduled to play two shows for the public in Honolulu January 23 and 24.