Matisyahu Acoustic Performance: PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR for $10
Sunday, April 7, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
ONLINE TICKET SALES END ON APRIL 6 AT 11:55PM. PLEASE PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR FOR $10 AFTER THIS TIME.
Pepperdine's Judaic Cultural Awareness Club is honored to offer you the opportunity to participate in an evening celebrating the Jewish culture here at Pepperdine University. This evening contains three events:
5pm: There will be an exclusive "Convosation" with Matisyahu, exploring his Judaism and its connection to his music, including time for audience Q and A. (THIS IS CONVO CREDIT. BRING YOUR STUDENT ID TO RECEIVE CREDIT)
6pm: Please go to Firestone Fieldhouse Parking lot for yummy Kosher style foodtrucks!
7pm: To end the night with a literal bang, Matisyahu will perform an one hour acoustic concert in Firestone Fieldhouse. This event will definitely be one for the memories. (YOU MUST BUY TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME)
*THIS TICKET PROVIDES YOU ENTRY TO THE 7PM CONCERT! PRINT THIS TICKET AND BRING IT TO THE CONCERT! EACH TICKET PROVIDES GENERAL ADMISSION! ALL TICKETS ARE SEATED. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. Get there early to get a good seat!
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*Food and beverage is available for purchase
*Alcohol is prohibited on Pepperdine's campus
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Pepperdine's Judaic Cultural Awareness Club
The Judaic Cultural Awareness Club was founded in 2009 at Pepperdine University with the purpose of “informing and educating the Pepperdine student body of Judaic ideals, morals, traditions, customs, values, to provide context and insight into the Hebrew Bible.” In the past semester, we built a Sukkah on campus bringing seventy-five students together to celebrate Sukkot with Rabbi Judith HaLevy, hosted Messianic Rabbi Jason Sobel who brought over two hundred students together to hear different perspectives of Judaism, and held a kosher event discussing the ancient and contemporary dynamics of keeping kosher. We strive to hold a variety of events that speak to each student in a different way.