The Music for Peace Tour Initiative is a coalition of organizations and charities who have banded together to help bring Peace to the world
The Music for Peace Tour Initiative is a coalition of organizations and charities who have banded together to help bring “peace and harmony” to our world. Through the universal language of music and their respective and collective visions and purposes, the Music 4 Peace Tour will make a difference in todays world. Humanitarian charities will be campaign recipients .
With the Music 4 Peace Tour, we want to bring the hope that one day we will be able to transform our violent history.
We want to create the platform for the youth and give them the possibility to raise awareness that non-violence is something functional and not just a fun dream. It is possible to be the change we want to see in this world.
Music 4 Peace helped negotiations to bring Bob Marley's son Julian Marley to Dhaka and Colombo.
Julian Marley, the 37 year old reggae star, son of Bob Marley, performed some unforgettable numbers in a concert at the Hall of Fame, Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka on January 4th.…Continue
Posted by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on January 10, 2013 at 1:30pm
Music 4 Peace Concert at UNESCO Heritage suite Durbar Square Lalitpur, Nepal celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's 143rd birthday on Oct 2nd 2012, the United Nation‘s International Day of Nonviolence, with a global live broadcast on Peace Day TV, the official broadcaster of the United Nation‘s International Day of Peace.
Posted by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on November 19, 2012 at 10:30pm
Music 4 Peace and Nepal Music Festival have teamed up on the International Day of Peace. "We believe that in Nepal, there will be no endearing Peace without Development, and there will be no development without us who stand together for Peace. And so we are putting together a festival that stands for Peace, for People, and for Progress - the first of its kind in South Asia!" Events planned include a music festival involving international and…Continue
Posted by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on September 4, 2012 at 5:30pm
Posted by Music 4 Peace / Tobias Huber on September 1, 2012 at 3:30pm