Basic Information

We accept players and singers in middle and high school, with playing and singing skills on a late beginner/intermediate (quick learner) through advanced levels.   You will find suggested guidelines for playing levels in the Registration Information.  PLEASE READ THESE GUIDELINES to insure that your child is ready for our camp.  Please note that this is not a camp for new beginners.  We want everyone to have a great experience!

About Camp

Jeep Hook works with a band

Rates and Dates

Session dates for 2017 are:

Session 1 June 12 - 16
Session 2 June 19 - 23
Session 3 June 26 - 30
Session 4 July 10 - 14
Session 5 July 17 - 21

The registration fee for each session is $485, or $885 for two, with each session after that costing $375. Includes five full days of supervised practice and performance, 9:30am to 4:00pm, (9:30 - 2:30 on Fridays) plus a t-shirt . We shoot the Friday show and will have stills, DVDs and online video files available for purchase.

Hours are 9:30 - 4:00 Monday - Wednesday,
On Thursday 9:30 - 4:00, then 5:30 - 7:30 at Tin Roof Cantina,
On Friday 9:30 - 2:30, then 6:30 - 9:00.

Each session will include up to six bands. Therefore we will accept six drummers, bass players, keyboard players and singers, plus 12 to 16 guitar players per session. (Some bands may have as many as three guitars.) Depending upon the make-up of each band, the number of brass players - sax, trombone, trumpet - will vary.


3 People SingingDirections

Camp will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta, 1911 Cliff Valley Way NE, Atlanta, GA 30329.

Contact Us

The Administrative Partner of Rock ‘n Blues Camp is Micki González. She is always glad to answer any questions a prospective camper or parent might have. Email her at:  or call her at 404-202-6044.

Band playing

Our Sponsors

Too Many Guitars -

Atlanta Blues Society -

Tin Roof Cantina -

Guitar Center - Atlanta -

Our Friends

Children's Music Workshop -

Camp -

Logan Brammer, Photagrapher -

Laurie Morrison, Design -

Jeff Christensen, Web Development -


All photography © 2006-2007 Daemon Baizan -
No public domain images; use by permission only.