Setlist submitted to the Project by David Dennie, who also reported:
The ceremony was held in a small (about 400 seat-) auditorium at the headquarters of the National Geographic Society. Bruce performed for about an hour.
As an inveterate Cockburn concertgoer (my primary, though not only, motivation for attending the awards ceremony), I would say that Bruce was somewhat more talkative between songs than usual, not unsurprisingly given the intimacy of the setting and the fact that he was playing to a room full of like-minded, politically-active people. I found his most interesting remarks to be regarding the stimulus for the song "Call It Democracy", in a harangue from the Japanese representative to the World Bank, on a plane ride back home after Bruce's concert tour of Japan "in '78 or '79, I can't remember which".
Bruce performed solo, using a single acoustic guitar. I found the most satisfying performance to be "Rumours of Glory", which featured a new (to me, anyway) guitar arrangement with a truly inspiring "rising" progression played behind the refrain.