Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp Recap: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Offspring, 311

Wondering what Rock Camp is like?

Watch this recap reel of this past weekend's Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp featuring the great Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Noodles (The Offspring) and Nick Hexum (311)!

Read what campers wrote after camp last weekend:

"Just wanted to share a quick note of thanks to you and your team for putting together another outstanding camp. This was my 5th, and normally when you've done something enough times, it's really hard to meet expectations but this one definitely exceeded my expectations by a mile. Rafa was outstanding as a counselor and it was just an amazing experience. Thank you for all you do to make camp so memorable for us all and thank you especially to David for convincing me to come to camp years ago where he said it would change my life. It absolutely has." - Garrett

"Hi everyone! There really are no words that will express the immense gratitude I have for this experience Alex and I went through. Deeply grateful for the mentorship, kindness, insight and connection. So much more to say! Grateful for this experience!" - Janel

"It’s hard to put into words what my first rock camp meant to me, but I think I can sum it up with two: motivating and validation. I’ve been a musician my whole life and have played with a lot of different bands. So my goal with camp was to meet and play with new musicians and get a taste of the LA rock scene I love and admire so much. I wondered whether I—a 37 year old mom living in suburban Maryland—could hang with professional musicians in LA. I learned that I can! The motivation and validation that came from receiving positive feedback on my playing from the likes of Noodles and Chad Smith was so deeply meaningful to me. I’ve come back home with a renewed vigor to take music as far as I can. And that doesn’t even touch on the kindness of the staff, the counselors, and the campers. It felt like we were one big family, just celebrating music and one another for 4 days. My counselor, Vinny, was so supportive and taught me so much about drumming. My bandmates are incredible musicians who I now count as a good friends. I can’t wait to do another camp!" - Chelsea

At the next camp you will jam with Rock Hall inductee Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Rick and Daxx Nielsen of Cheap Trick and Simon Kirke of Bad Company and Free this July!

Sign up here while spots are still available! All ages and playing levels welcome!