Posted August 25, 20219:46 am
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland has announced the details for its annual "Jam for Justice" fundraiser.
The family-friendly event is set to take place Wednesday, September 22 on the front lawn of the Great Lakes Science Center. The festival style concert will feature law students, attorneys, judges and their professional colleagues to moonlight as rock stars, alongside established bands.
Performers at this year's event include the following:
- Faith & Whiskey
- Luke Lindberg and Hung Jury
- The No Name Band
- Out of Order
- Razing the Bar
- SIX sometimes SEVEN
- State Road
As the state continues to tackle the ongoing global pandemic, the event is being offered both virtually and in-person. Those looking to support the Legal Aid Society's mission and fundraiser, can do so in three different ways:
- Make a gift at http://www.lasclev.org/donate
- Join us in-person - a $50 ticket (donation to Legal Aid and includes 1 drink + light dinner)
- Stay-at-home and hear about the show later - a $100 ticket (donation to Legal Aid and includes a Jam for Justice treat from Cleveland-in-a-Box)
The event is open to all ages, but those over the age of 21 will be provided a wristband to gain access to the bar. Children under 18 get in free with an adult ticketholder. To request a child ticket, call 216.861.5590
"Jam for Justice" is made possible with the help of presenting sponsors Accellis Technology Group and Platinum Sponsors Taft/ and Tucker Ellis LLP as well as a host of local supporters.
In 2020, the Legal Aid Society provided assistance to nearly 15,000 Northeast Ohioans who were facing evection, unemployment, educational barriers and more.
For more information of the Legal Aid Society and how you can support them now and in the future, click here.
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