The Third Annual Law Rocks concert is a "battle of the bands" held by Law Rocks to benefit local non-profits. Law Rocks is a non-profit organization that organizes concerts around the world, gathering legal professionals to rock out for charities of their choice. This year two bands, Class Action & the Marshall Dennehey Horns and The Lift Offs, will be performing to raise money for the Philadelphia Bar Foundation.
Heres how you can help:
Make a Donation
Please consider making a donation to the Philadelphia Bar Foundation in honor of Law Rocks. The Philadelphia Bar Foundation does not benefit directly from Law Rocks ticket sales. Even if you can't make it to root for our bands, we know they'll be stoked about your financial support!
When you donate to the Philadelphia Bar Foundation through Law Rocks, you'll give Class Action or The Lift Offs points towards the grand prize.
Attend Law Rocks
Come out to the Law Rocks Philadelphia concert to root for our bands, The Lift Offs and Class Action! The more people that attend to vote for our bands, the more likely our bands are to win the Judge's Choice Award.
Be sure to mention "Class Action" or "The Lift Offs" when you purchase your ticket.
Learn more about our bands, Class Action and The Lift Offs!
Class Action & The Marshall Dennehey Horns
Featuring legal talent from Marshall Dennehey
A sensational band of lawyers ready to hit you upside the head with a right-left combination of rock & roll, soul, and rhythm & blues.
The Lift Offs
Featuring legal talent from Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller
All systems are go as the Lift Offs return for a second year to rock into orbit with Law Rocks. Thrilled to raise money for the Philadelphia Bar Foundation -- Philadelphia’s philanthropic hub for legal aid -- the band members agree that nothing is better than combining access to justice with access to rock. Playing everything from lost rock classics to eccentric originals, Steve Perlsweig (guitar, vocals), Alan Promer (bass, vocals), and Sam Zolten (drums, vocals) will deliver the sonic equivalent of of a court order compelling you to groove the night away.