Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls San Diego
Empowering Girls And Non-binary Youth Through Music
"This camp was such an amazing experience for my daughter, from start to finish. She came home every day buzzing with confidence and happiness and excitement. This has been life-changing for her!" - 2019 Parent
Our campers will be performing their original songs, written with their bands, at a Rock Camp Showcase for their friends, family and fans.
Any girls or non-binary individuals between the ages of 8-17 are encouraged to apply. Prior music experience is not required. All instruments are provided.
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Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls San Diego hosts a week-long day summer camp where girls and non-binary individuals ages 8-17 use music as a powerful way to communicate and collaborate while being guided by inspirational female mentors.
In one week, campers form bands, write an original song, learn an instrument and perform live.
"Rock Camp provides campers with the skills needed to succeed on stage AND in life! This unique camp empowers girls and non-binary youth to express themselves creatively in a supportive, inclusive environment. Everyone is valued and everyone is heard! And what the campers are able to do in just 5 days is truly extraordinary!" - 2022 Parent
"My daughters had the most amazing time being a part of Girls Rock Band Camp! The camp gave them the courage to voice their innermost thoughts in a meaningful and rhythmically way." - 2022 Parent
The mission of Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls San Diego is to bring the community together to empower girls and non-binary youth through music education.
Through music lessons, workshops, group activities, and performance, campers learn skills that help guide them throughout their lives.
Bringing the community together to
empower girls and non-binary youth through music
"To say this camp is about music is an understatement. It's about so much more. There are girls in our community who truly need a camp like this, and I'm grateful this experience is available for them." - 2019 Parent