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Ladies Rock Camp Birmingham
Thank you so much for applying for our very first Ladies Rock Camp Birmingham!
Ladies Rock Camp Birmingham will take place from 10 AM February 23 - the evening of February 25th
- Please be sure that you can commit to being there the entire time before you register
Camp will take place at East Lake United Methodist Church: 7753 1st Ave S. Birmingham, AL 35206
- Ladies Rock is for individuals 21 years of age and up

We hope you are ready to have a rockin' weekend while helping us raise money for our Girls Rock Bham Summer Sessions! Please read the important information below before continuing onto our LRCB application! We are looking forward to cultivating a supportive community of peers and mentors that will help motivate social change in our community!

Email address *
Are you female, or do you identify as female? *
Tuition and Registration Fee
Tuition for Ladies Rock will be on a sliding scale ($250 - $350) based on how much you are able to contribute to Girls Rock Camp Birmingham.
There is a $50, non-refundable, registration fee. This fee is included in your tuition.

Tuition has been set at the absolute lowest amount possible for us to cover our costs and meet expected financial goals for our programs. We are unable to offer a reduced fee for early registration, or other reduced tuition options this year.

Capacity
Space is limited to 15 participants - first come, first serve. So get your application in!
Location
Ladies Rock will take place at East Lake United Methodist Church: 7753 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35206
Tuition Covers
Tuition for the weekend covers instrument and band coaching instruction, workshops and activities, supplies, and meals/snacks throughout the weekend. We will also provide instruments, cables, amps, drumsticks, and picks. If you own your own instrument you would like to bring, please feel free to! Just make sure to get it checked out at a local music shop to ensure that it is in good working order before you come to camp. Especially with all the cold weather we've been having this winter, guitars and basses can get particularly wonky and have trouble staying in tune.
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