Add to Calendar
The OFFICIAL TICKET EXCHANGE for Jason Mraz on The Green at Shelburne Museum is now open.
>> REQUEST tickets to this sold out show by joining Higher Ground’s wait-list
>> RETURN tickets if you cannot attend
>> SEND tickets to another fan, friend or family member
direct link: https://lyte.com/hgp/Jason-Mraz-622356/
Jason Mraz’s new album begins and ends with the same phrase: “Look for the good.” Those four words are not just a lyric or the title of his seventh studio album, but also an all-encompassing world philosophy for the musician, who believes that in dark and challenging times we should search for something positive.
Look For The Good, written and recorded in Jason’s home studio in Southern California, is a continuation of his career-long love for reggae music. It’s a genre he’s always returned to, inspired both by its rhythms and its revolutionary lyrics, and after making 2018’s Know. the singer found himself ready to further explore how he could participate in the style. Jason connected with producer Michael Goldwasser (founder of indie reggae label Easy Star Records and producer for Matisyahu, Steel Pulse, Toots and the Maytals and his own band, Easy Star All-Stars), who had remixed Jason’s single “Have It All,” and the pair began sending ideas back and forth. Initially, Jason didn’t realize their collaboration would yield an actual album.
The musician also runs the Jason Mraz Foundation, which has donated over $1 million to organizations supporting inclusive arts education and equality. The foundation recently put on an event in San Diego, “SHINE,” to celebrate all-inclusive arts education and become more fully immersed in the community using Jason’s music as a backbone. In many ways, Jason, a two-time Grammy winner, Songwriters Hall of Fame Honoree and board member of the ASCAP Foundation, aims to use his position to empower others and inspire real-world change and positivity. Everything he does and every song he writes comes back to the idea of love. Look For The Good is not just an album – it’s a refreshing way of seeing and experiencing the world we live in.
Some people emerged from the stay-at-home orders with a plant collection, others with a six-pack. Philip Labes emerged with songs capturing some of the chaos, loss, and humor of the last eighteen months. Philip continues the storytelling tradition of artists like Paul Simon, with the delicate tenor and somber lyricism of Sufjan Stevens. Philip gained quick viral fame on TikTok, where he was spotted by Jason Mraz. This is his first tour.
$1 of each ticket will go to the Jason Mraz Foundation, which donates over $150,000 annually to organizations that provide inclusive arts education and support the advancement of equality.
Children 12 and under are FREE ( + do not need a ticket )! Glass, pets, & outside alcohol are prohibited. Blankets and food are permitted. All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices subject to change without notice.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
+ We will be following all State of Vermont Health guidelines and mandates.
+ Per Governor Scott’s ‘Vermont Forward’ guidance, masks are encouraged, but not required.
+ The Green at Shelburne Museum is a large general admission sloping lawn with ample room for physical distancing. Folks who want more space are welcome to spread out on the back half of the lawn.
+ Please exhibit mutual respect and kindness for your neighbors.
+ Stay home if you're sick or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Ben & Jerry's Concerts on The Green at Shelburne Museum
6000 Shelburne Rd
Shelburne, VT, 05482