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Q: How do I sign up?

Call 1.888.ROC.BAND (888.762.2263) or click on the REGISTER button above.

Q: What is my skill level?


A: What is a musical beginner?
A musical beginner is someone with little or no experience playing/performing music. Someone who struggles to make it all the way through a simple song with only a few chords - for example: "Proud Mary" or "Horse With No Name." If you have any trepidation about easily making it through a song like this, with your instrument in tune, or your voice on key, then you are a beginner.

What is a musical intermediate?
A musical intermediate is someone with some experience playing/performing music, who tunes up and warms up immediately upon entering the rehearsal studio. Someone who has played for at least a few years and can get through a small set of music with few mistakes - for singers this means not cracking, singing off key and being relatively comfortable with knowing the lyrics, etc. A musical intermediate should be able to get through the songs without holding the other musician back.

What is a musical advanced ?
A musically advanced person is someone who has a lot of experience playing and performing music. Someone who "owns" the song they are playing and/or singing. Someone who knows their instrument well enough to where the song itself is second nature and their musical/artistic personality can shine threw. They can easily make it through basically any pop/rock song hearing it once or twice before attempting to play it and can switch parts with little or no effort if asked to.

Q: How old do you have to be to attend camp?

A: The Camp is for adults 18 +. We offer a Young Rockers Program for kids 12-17. Campers under the age of 18 must be chaperoned by an adult and purchase a spouse/family package.

Q: Do you have to have previous musical experience to attend camp?

A: No previous experience is necessary. All experience levels welcome. If you don't play an instrument you can play tambourine, cowbell,sing, sing back up or write lyrics. If you're interested in learning an instrument while at RRFC, you can join our Rock Camp 101 program to get on the fast track to musical success! We also offer a masters program for the more experienced musician.

Q: Is equipment provided?

A: Yes! Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp has strategic partnerships with some of the best gear manufacturers in the business. Some of our partners include ,but are not limited to ,Gibson guitars & amps, DW drums, Zildjian cymbals, Yamaha keyboards and many more top brands. Like all rock stars, you'll have at your disposal staff to make sure your gear is tuned and ready to rock and roll!

Q: Can I bring my own gear?

A: Absolutely. Many campers enjoy the "show and tell" factor by bringing their guitars and equipment. We only ask that you label your gear with your contact information.

Q: Where does the camp take place?

A: Rock Camp takes place at our state of the art facilities located in Las Vegas, NV just minutes off the strip. Our flagship building consists of 12 fully stocked studios, with equipment from top of the line companies like Roland, DW Drums, Electro-Voice, and Fender. Our "Big Room" has a professional stage, high quality sound system, and concert lighting for performances by campers and Rock Stars. Nightly performances take place at the House of Blues at our partner hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. For more information about our Las Vegas location, click here
Past venues include: Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA, Avatar Studios in New York City, Gibson Showroom in New York City, B.B. Kings in New York City, House of Blues in Hollywood and Las Vegas, Abbey Road Studios in London, the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool, and various other famed recording studios and venues.

Q: Will I be able to get autographs and photographs?

A: Absolutely! Be sure to bring your cameras, sharpies and any memorabilia for the rock stars to sign. One camper told us his home looks like the Hard Rock Café from all the autographs he obtained from attending past camps!

Q: How are bands formed?

A: After you complete the registration form, you will receive a camper questionnaire which will contain questions regarding your musical interests, camp goals and other information regarding your music likes. After the form is completed and sent back, our team will put you in a band with other campers that have similar musical talent, interests, etc. If you are participating in the masters program, friendly auditions will be held the first day of camp.

Q: If I have questions about the experience who can I contact?

A: Please contact the home office at 888-762-BAND (2263) and one of our knowledgeable staff members will be able to assist you with your questions.

Q: How much does the camp cost?

A: We have various packages to fit your budget. Click on our "Upcoming Camps" tab above and then click on the destination you want pricing information on. Scroll down to see the options. Call 888 762 2263 for information on payment plans.

Q: What does the camp fee include?

A: The camp fee includes lunch and dinner throughout the camp, studio time, equipment, evening activities, a DVD of the final night's performance, transportation to and from all camp events, camp credentials, and a gift bag. Hotel and airfare are not included.

Q: Where do I stay?

A: We offer discounted rates for our campers at local four-star hotels. All of our campers, rock counselors, and guest stars stay at the same hotel. Shuttles are provided from the hotel to all camp locations.

Q: Do I have to stay at the preferred hotel?

A: No, you do not have to stay at the preferred hotel; however, we only offer transportation to from this hotel. Keep in mind our rock stars stay at the preferred hotel too, so you might run into them at the bar or in the lobby.

Q: How long is the camp?

A: The length of the camp varies based on the destination and package you choose.

Q: How much time do you actually spend jamming?

A: You will spend 10-12 hours a day jamming during the camp. We also hold master classes and jam sessions at night so you will have the chance to play with other counselors and campers who are not in your band.

Q: Will I get to record?

A: Yes! Each camp includes a 2 hour recording session. If you choose our Recording Star Package, you will spend 10+ hours recording at a major recording studio.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: Attendance is strictly limited and we will sell out quickly. Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations must be received 10 days before camp start dates to receive a full credit towards any future camp. Cancellations received less than 10 days prior to camp start date will receive a credit good toward any future Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, less a $250 processing fee plus any credit card company charges that RRFC incurs. There are no refunds.

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Questions?
Call Erin Calhoun
888 - 762 - 2263 ext 2
erin@rockcamp.com