LexRox Jams for Upcoming Charity Events

Local recording artist LexRox is dedicating her time and performing at multiple charity events this holiday season.

In addition to her love of performing, she has a passion for helping those in need, especially children. In October, LexRox headlined a concert to benefit Children’s Miracle Network at the M Resort and due to her outstanding generosity, the charity named her one of the charity’s youth ambassador. She also motivated the crowds with her performance in November at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s (JDRF) Walk to Cure Diabetes at UNLV.

Throughout December, LexRox and her group of young rockers, “Team Rox,” will give a series of concerts to benefit multiple charities in Las Vegas. It is extremely important to LexRox and her team to bring holiday cheer to those who need it most.

“I’m really excited to get out there in the community. I’ve been really blessed and want to give back this holiday season to all those in need,” said LexRox.

Fans can catch LexRox at performances around the valley this holiday season:

Thursday, Dec. 2
7:15 a.m.
KLUC Toy Drive
Help of Southern Nevada
NV Energy – Sahara and Jones

Saturday, Dec. 11
8:45 a.m.
Regional Bowling Competition
Special Olympics of Nevada
The Orleans Hotel and Casino – W. Tropicana Ave.

Saturday, Dec. 11
11 a.m.
KLUC Toy Drive with Team Rox
Help of Southern Nevada
NV Energy – Sahara and Jones

Saturday, Dec. 11
8 p.m.
Toys for Tots
Hard Rock Café – Paradise

Saturday, Dec. 18
5 p.m.
Mishon’s Coats for Kids and Santa’s Toy Box
Pearson Community Center – W. Carey Ave., North Las Vegas

Saturday, Dec. 18
8:30 p.m.
Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest – W. Oakey Blvd.

Born and raised in Las Vegas, LexRox began singing when she was 3 years old. By the time she reached 8, she was already well-known in her hometown, performing at multiple venues. Living in a city known for bright lights and elaborated shows, LexRox was born to rock. Now 14 years old, she has multiple performances under her belt, including performances at the Arizona State Fair with Disney Channel’s Raven-Symoné, Las Vegas’ First Friday arts festival as well as numerous school and talent competitions.

She recently released her first album, LexRox 10, which showcases her dynamic vocals and musical blend of pop, rock and dance rhythms. KYDZ radio loved her sound and named her “artist of the week,” putting her rendition of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” in constant rotation. More information can be found at www.lexrox.com.