Rock Camp at Sweetwater Sound

Children participate in a one-week camp to make their own band and original song to perform for rehearsal every Friday.

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Rocking it out at Sweetwater performance camp

Ben Mikesell | The Journal Gazette
Ben Tarr, 16, practices in a studio at Sweetwater Academy of Music & Technology during a session with his band Flightless Birds at Rock Camp. Campers spent a week writing and recording an original song to perform in Sweetwater’s Performance Theatre. There are three more sessions in July and August.