HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN (June 16, 2015) – Last year, ‘The Really Big Show’ sold out! But Program Director Todd Brassard is hopeful that earlier ticket sales this year will increase the chances for die-hard fans to purchase seats in advance.
The show is Saturday, August 1 at Michigan Technological University’s state-of-the-art Rozsa Center, opening at 5:30pm for VIP ticket holders and 7pm for general admission.
Last year more than 1,100 people packed the Rosza Center to listen to young musicians rock the house. Heading into the program’s sixth year, the show is expected to sell out again.
With auditions almost over and only a few spots left, PJ encourages talented musicians to send their audition videos now. Specific performances and campers won’t be announced until July. However, the same amazing team of world-renowned instructors will again guide the young musicians through this well-rounded, life-changing experience, and help them develop their music talents. The show is guaranteed to blow fans’ minds away again this year!
To learn more about PJ Olsson’s Rock Camp, auditions, and show details, visit the camp website at pjsrockcamp.com. Follow the 2015 Rock Camp season on Facebook.
To purchase tickets to The Really Big Show, visit the Rozsa website or call the box office at 906.487.2073.
Tickets are on sale now!
Adult General Admission $15
Youth General Admission $7
VIP (includes general admission ticket, access to the VIP lounge and backstage before the show) $50
About PJ Olsson’s Rock Camp
PJ Olsson’s Rock Camp is an intensive two-week musical program for area youth, ages 11 to 20. Campers are rapidly developed from independent musicians into tight-knit bands through the exciting real-world process of self-exploration, talent development, musical collaboration, relentless rehearsal, and live performance.
“In an age of video games, smart phones, and social media, kids are more likely to text than talk and Facebook than face-to-face,” says Creative Director, PJ Olsson. “Rock Camp provides a unique opportunity for kids to get together creatively in a positive, safe, and cultivating environment.”