News Release: Legal Services of North Florida
Jazz for Justice 2014, Legal Services of North Florida’s annual benefit is moving downtown to Adams Street Commons (between Jefferson and College on Adams Street). With the partnership of Andrew’s Capital Bar & Grill, the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority and other Adams Street businesses, there will be dancing in the streets on Sunday, April 6, 2014 from 4-7 p.m. Attendees will benefit from unlimited downtown parking, valet & taxi service and lots of room to hear their favorite musicians. The silent auction will be under the tents on Adams Street Commons and musicians will be playing on the outside stage at Jefferson Street and inside Andrew’s Capital Bar & Grill.
Regional Jazz musicians ready to play for your dancing and listening pleasure include: Randall ‘Big Daddy’ Webster & Red Hot Java, Mark Russell - Jazz Violinist, The Richie Summa Trio, Hip First and Daddy “B” straight from New Orleans! All the musicians will gather for a grand Jazz for Justice Jam session for the Grand Finale.
Enjoy a north Florida afternoon filled with great jazz and bidding on over $50,000 in unique auction items. This year’s silent auction features fantasy trips around the world, gift certificates from area restaurants, jewelry, and fun gift baskets that will be available to the high bidders. And the live auction will feature an artist signed 2014
Jazz for Justice Commemorative Poster along with live art created by “Chastane”!
Patron Ticket Packages for Jazz for Justice 2014 include two VIP tickets and a champagne reception courtesy of Andrew’s Capital Bar & Grill from 3 to 4 p.m. and featuring a private concert by Daddy “B”. Patrons will also enjoy public recognition and sponsorship of a LSNF client family’s admission to Jazz for Justice. Patron Packages are $100 and are available at www.jazzforjustice.org or by calling (850) 701-3313.
General admission tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door and children under 12 are free. For the most up-to-date information and tickets go to www.jazzforjustice.org. AX/Visa/MC/DC accepted. If a person with a disability requires an accommodation to participate or if special seating arrangements are needed, requests should be made to the event coordinator seventy-two (72) hours prior to the event.
Jazz for Justice 2014 sponsors include: Berger Singerman; WTXL-TV; Barrett, Fasig & Brooks; Greenberg Traurig; Fox & Loquasto; Hopping Green & Sams and many more!
Legal Services of North Florida is a non-profit organization providing no cost civil legal representation to domestic violence victims, children, the elderly, those in danger of losing their homes and poverty level clients in our community. Each day LSNF provides hope and justice to those for whom hope is a vague memory and justice seems out of their grasp. Help us to continue providing an opportunity for justice while attending Jazz for Justice 2014!