Geeks totally rock! Join the party on Dec. 1 in support of music education

Silicon Valley Rocks will take place on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011, at DNA Lounge in San Francisco. The showcase will raise money for Music in Schools Today.

Performers include:

The Barricades: An indie pop band formed from the broken pieces of other bands, many influenced by many genres and eras. Tech affiliations: Twilio

100%:  Often compared to Sonic Youth or Dinosaur Jr., this Bay Area original band rocks harder than an earthquake. Tech affiliations: SAY Media

Allen Mask: Twentysomething recording artist whose compositions and productions are suggestive of musically innovative yet universally accepted hip-hop. Tech affiliations: Google

Open Source Band: SVRocks’ original collaborative effort. Tech affiliations: Neustar, Walden Venture Capital, GigaOM, LyricFind

Ingar Brown and the Future Funk: Funk, hip-hop, soul, dance and R&B all wrapped up in an eclectic box that’s ready to get any party started. Tech affiliations: Mashery

feedbomb: Hackers by day, rockers by night, feedbomb features past and current FBers, including Randi Zuckerberg. Tech affiliations: Facebook, Quora

Fox Picnic: With their classic rock and roll style, their music ranges from AC/DC to Black Keys and from Jet to OK Go. Tech affiliations: Songbird, Adobe

Coverflow: Energetic and fun cover band who has made the tech-party circuit. Tech affiliations: Mayfield, Facebook, Blippy, Dropbox

The event will also feature a silent auction with items including signed guitars, home sound systems and more. Read more here.

Register today. All proceeds are donated to music education.