- Monitors Work
- F.O.H. Rocking
- Lots of Running Around
- Acoustic Stage Day (including the “Starlit Girls”)
- Facilitated Rooms for Instrument Sessions
- Being the Producer for the Bands in the Practice Rooms
- Kept the World A Rocking
DON’T FORGET THAT THE SHOW IS SATURDAY AUGUST 7TH! DOORS OPEN @ 7:00
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ROZSA BOX OFFICE!!!
Kenny Stahl here! I am the new guy to camp this year and I have to say that Day 1 was excellent. I will add that it was also very exhausting. Running from one room to the next every min. solving every issue I was able too, I felt truly like a sound tech.
I would like to personally thank all of the kids who are working with me to solve the problems and get each of the rooms rocking. Throughout the day I also disappeared multiple times for helping the Rozsa sound crew get the back-line set up on stage for our big show on August 7th. So if you can imagine me a 20 year old college student running from room to room (literally) for 8 hours you would have to assume that at the end of the day I was a “Noodle” as PJ would say.
I realized two great things though on Day 1 here at rock camp we have the greatest kids and the greatest helpers. I already feel a warmth in my heart and a feeling of belonging and we have only made it through 10% of the camp!
This is great, I loved today and cannot wait until tomorrow!
A few pictures from Day 1: