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Mar 22 2020
Doors - 05:00
Show - 06:00

CANCELLED! The Mountain

with Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Chris Renzema

Alumni Park at Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA


It’s with great sadness that we have to announce the cancellation of The Mountain 2020, scheduled for March 22nd. In light of continuing challenges presented by the spread of COVID-19, Pepperdine University is canceling events with expected attendance of 100 or more through the end of March.

If you purchased tickets through the online ticket link, your refund will be automatically processed through Eventbrite in the next 7-10 business days so no further action is required on your part. If you purchased through the school, please contact the original point of purchase and a refund will be issued.

We are disappointed to have to forego the event this year, but are fully planning to return next year. Thank you for your patience with us as we navigate the effects of this global issue. We’re so thankful to the Pepperdine community and can’t wait to see you 2021! - Transparent Productions


About Bryan & Katie Torwalt

Bryan and Katie Torwalt are artists and songwriters that have been part of the Jesus Culture Music Label and family since 2010. They reside in Sacramento, California with their beautiful daughter Indigo, as well as their strong community of family, friends and church. Bryan and Katie are passionate about writing songs for the church, and to give language and melody to people in their journey with God. Together, they live to see the earth transformed to Heaven’s likeness and for this generation to encounter the real Jesus. In addition to their latest EP, Praise Before My Breakthrough, the Torwalt’s have released four other albums; Champion, Kingdom Come, Christmas, and their debut album, Here On Earth, which features the Grammy Award winning original song “Holy Spirit”. Their newest EP “Anticipation” is expected to release in the fall of 2019.

About Chris Renzema

Chris Renzema is a dynamic writer and performer, whose combination of accessible - if a bit disheveled - charm, a love for storytelling, and poignant lyricism, can transform an evening concert into a conversation. Growing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Chris learned to play and sing in churches, while ingesting a steady diet of early 70’s Folk, Punk Rock, and Wilco. His faith and love for music inseparably interwoven, his personal writing plays out like heartfelt, jagged prayers.

Just as comfortable playing in a living room as he does a theatre, his honest, vulnerable lyrics both encourage and challenge listeners. His song "You're the Only One" is sung in churches across the country.


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