Posted August 25, 20219:51 am
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland is bringing back its annual Jam for Justice concert in September.
The event will be on Sept. 22 on the front lawn of the Great Lakes Science Center in downtown Cleveland. People can also opt for a virtual ticket.
There will be law students, attorneys, judges and other professionals from Northeast Ohio moonlighting as rock stars. Rich Kline of Avon will be on drums and vocals in the band Faith & Whiskey.
Emily Dettmer of Avon Lake will be a vocalist in Out of Order.
To attend the concert in person is $50, which donates to Legal Aid and includes one drink and light dinner. For people staying at home, it's a $100 ticket, which donates to Legal Aid and includes a Jam for Justice treat from Cleveland-in-a-Box.
The event is open for all ages. Those 21 and older will get a wristband for the bar. Children under 18 get in free with an adult ticket holder.
To request a child ticket, call (216) 861-5590.
See more details about the bands at lasclev.org/2021Jam.
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