Annual Jam For Justice to Take Place on June 19 at House of Blues


  • Courtesy of Faith & Whiskey
From 5 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 19, attorneys and judges will unite at House of Blues for the 11th annual Jam for Justice, a benefit concert for the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.

Proceeds support Legal Aid’s mission to “secure justice” and “resolve fundamental problems" for low-income people in Northeast Ohio. Legal Aid helps individuals and families facing a variety of legal issues including evictions, domestic violence, legal challenges related to employment or education, and barriers to accessing public benefits, income or assets.

Jam for Justice will feature eight bands and one DJ performing a variety of musical styles. While most of the musicians work in the legal profession, many are doctors, accountants and other Cleveland-area professionals.

Some of the acts slated to perform include Faith & Whiskey [pictured], First Offenders, Lost Bob and the Ozone Ramblers, Luke Lindberg and Hung Jury, the No Name Band, Out of Order, Rule 11 & the Sanctions and Six Sometimes Seven. Brad Wolfe will DJ between sets.

Tickets are $50 with discount tickets available for law students and public service employees. Admission includes food and one drink ticket.

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