Let’s Rock Camp (formerly Ladies Rock Camp) is for women and trans & nonbinary adults who learn about Girls Rock Camp and either wish something like it was around when they were younger or wish there was a version for grown-ups. Ta-da! We take all the best parts of GRC and cram it into one crazy weekend. Campers learn how to play an instrument, form a band, write an original song together, and then perform their song at a *real* show– AND attend educational workshops– all in just 2 1/2 days! We welcome campers of all skill levels-- no experience necessary!



“I walked in to LV Ladies Rock Camp apprehensive because I had ZERO prior experience creating music. However, by the end of camp, I was completely energized by the positivity radiating from such an empowering and supportive group of women. My band (Camp! Camp!) killed it at the showcase and my band mates have grown to be two of my best and dearest friends. Ladies Rock Camp was one of the single most rewarding experiences of my life.”
- Nicole, 35 (LVLRC2015)

“I spent the better part of a year hearing friends tell me stories about their positive experience at last year’s LV Ladies Rock Camp and so when the opportunity to attend came up, I took it, despite being less than a social butterfly. I am so glad that I went! I can’t say enough good things about the camp organizers who created a safe, fun, creative and collaborative environment where I could bond and work with other non men. The workshops were amazing and informative (the poetry workshop cured my writer’s block!). And working with my band mates to create and play a song in public was a cathartic and needed experience. If you are looking for an eye opening weekend where you get to meet cool people, learn new things and be your best self, please check this out.”
- Rachel, 26 (LVLRC2016)

“I’m still feeling so alive and peaceful after that incredible weekend. I came home last night and wandered around my house aimlessly, in a brain-dead, exhausted, completely happy fog. I just thought, ‘wow, yep, this is how I always wanted to feel,’ like I worked hard and made something raw and fierce. Like I was tough and brave and had something to say and said it and people heard it and listened and thought it was okay. The desire to be a rock star is very natural and deeply-ingrained for a lot of people, and I am certainly one of them… I worshipped rock stars… of course I wanted to be one. When rock camp gave me the opportunity to do the work of making rock music, it’s like a veil was lifted. And everything looks a little different! It turns out I already kind of am a rock star. I can do everything rock stars do. And I can do it safely, as a woman, with my full identity on stage. And I can play with and morph that identity at will.”
- Anonymous (LVLRC2016)