2014 Music Event: Mason Jennings


The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is pleased to announce that Mason Jennings will be the featured artist during the 2014 Forum on Saturday March, 8th.

We are pleased to announce Mason Jennings as the featured artist during the 2014 Forum.Saturday, March, 8th - 7 pm at the Hoversten Chapel on the Augsburg College campus.  

Singer/songwriter Mason Jennings blends the personal insights of a poet, the political broadsides of a protest singer, and the broad musical eclecticism of a jazz musician with a rock & roller’s passion. He is one of the most talked-about artists on the acoustic music scene and has earned a loyal following.  Over his 12-year career, Mason has released an extensive and diverse collection of 10 albums.  His catchy melodies, intimate lyrics, literary and historical themes, and distinctive voice have created a loyal fan base. His records have sold over 250,000 in the U.S. alone.   

Join us for an evening of dialogue, Q&A, and music that explores the intersections between peace and creative expression.

Buy tickets for this event here here! 

If you’ve attended the Nobel Peace Prize Forum, you know that this annual event brings together a dynamic group of speakers, including leading peacemakers in law, politics, business, economics, health, science, and the arts. The full list of speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. Keep track of us via Facebook and Twitter, and make sure your friends, family, and colleagues are on our email list so they can receive the latest program and registration updates.

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One Response to 2014 Music Event: Mason Jennings

  1. Rico Morales says:

    I would like to attend and record for interviews and main topics, etc. Please call me or e-mail me. Thank you.

    Rico Morales

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