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JAM for JUSTICE 2015

June 18, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

| $50

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Date:
June 18, 2015
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$50
Categories:
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Website:
http://lasclev.org/event/2015jam/

Venue

House Of Blues
308 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114 United States
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Jam for Justice is on June 18!
Click here to get your tickets now! Or toggle below to buy tickets….

Quench your thirst for justice at Legal Aid’s annual summer fundraiser.  Enjoy drinks, food and the music of seven awesome bands (and one DJ!)… all headlined by local attorneys, judges, and law students!

The PLAYLIST for June 18:

Throughout the Night…
Raffle tickets available and buy your JAM FOR JUSTICE 2015 album! Click here for details about this one-of-a-kind compilation!
Stop by the registration desk, or see a raffle vendor roaming the hall.

DJ and Host Between Sets:
DJ Wolfe Entertainment

5:30 p.m. (in Cambridge Room)
Brendan Melling

6:00 p.m. (in Main Hall)
Luke Lindberg and the Hung Jury
featuring Luke Lindberg, Ryan Kennedy, Russ Lindberg

6:35 p.m.
Gringo Stew
featuring Tom Getz, Mark Robertson, Bob Corlett, Luis Nicasio, Chris Parsons, Michael Rendon

7:10 p.m.
Out of Order
featuring Emily Dettmer, Joe Grandinetti, Tom Haren, Vince Ruffa, Marcus Sidoti, Dave Thein

7:45 p.m.
Faith & Whiskey
featuring Judge Michael P. Donnelly, Steve Zashin, Rich Wesorick, Jerry Kysela, Matt Kozink,
Joe Barone, Jim Reesing, Jim Pujolas, Keith Merritt, Dan Krueger

Raffle Drawing I
must be present to win!

8:20 p.m.
The No Name Band
featuring Peter Brodhead, Brent Buckley, Steve Daniels, Gina Davidson, Hugh McKay, Doug McWilliams, Judge K.J. Montgomery, Jim Robenalt, Randy Solomon, Kris Treu, Steve Shafron

Raffle Drawing II
must be present to win!

8:55 p.m.
Just Us
featuring Melinda Brunner, Dale Pincura, Tom Dresing, Emily Fabanich, Jim Rosecrans,
Eddie Ferraro, Dan Canalos, Gerard Parisi, Judge Jim Miraldi, Christopher Jenkins

Admission is $50 per person.  Tickets at the door only if available.

Please note…

This is an all-ages event. ID is required if you intend to consume alcohol.

The dress code will include casual, business casual, and business attire, as some guests will arrive straight from work.

This event is a Cleveland Imagining.  A nationwide initiative by the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture, Imaginings are vibrant, arts-infused gatherings where a community envisions its ideal future and identifies creative tactics to get there.

Special thanks to our sponsors!

Gold Sponsors

Gold Sponsor Logos Capture A-B-MGold Sponsor Logos Capture P-T-T

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Rock ‘n Roll Sponsors

Special Sponsors

Want to be a sponsor?  Click here for details on Legal Aid event sponsorship!

A select number of $25 tickets are available for law students, recent law graduates and attorneys who passed the bar exam 2012-2015.  Those tickets are not available online: call 216-861-5590 by June 15 to reserve tickets at this special rate.  (You can pay at the door if reservation is made in advance.)

NEW this year!  A special rate for our public service partners (anyone with a .org, .us or .gov email address): You can purchase two tickets for $50.  You must have a public service-related email address to get this deal.  These tickets are not available online: call 216-861-5590 by June 15 to reserve tickets at this special rate.  (You can pay at the door if reservation is made in advance.)  You must make a reservation by June 15.

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