They Were Pure Rock

Girls Rock Camp Austin came, learned, burned

Girls Rock Camp Austin held two week-long camps where girls ages 10-18 formed bands, wrote a song in one day, and performed the songs at incredibly cute and rocking showcases at the Parish the second and fourth Saturdays in July. Click on the image gallery for the next generation of Austin musicians.

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