Photos: Punk Bands Rock Out With Their Food Cans Out at Electric Factory

Senses Fail and Silverstein were among the bands who played at a rollicking benefit for local LGBT nonprofit Attic Youth Center.

On Thursday night, Punk Out, a local nonprofit with a mission to empower the lives of LGBT musicians and fans, held a food drive at Electric Factory. The event was a benefit for the Attic Youth Center, a fantastic organization that provides safe space, learning tools and more to Philly queer and transgender young people. The drive generated two boxes of non-perishable good for the Center and some cash collected through a raffle.

That was all well and good, but the centerpiece of the evening was a concert featuring five punk bands from across North America: SilversteinSenses Fail, Boysetsfire, Capsize and Hundredth

Local photographer Colleen Stepanian was capture the event. Check out her shots below:



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