Thursday, 22 October 2020 13:42

Rock n’ Roll Fantasy Camp New Series Kicks Off with Alice Cooper On Halloween

Alice Cooper, pictured performing on stage in Glens Falls last November,  will kick off a new Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp series via Zoom on Oct. 31.  Photo by Thomas Dimopoulos.    Alice Cooper, pictured performing on stage in Glens Falls last November, will kick off a new Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp series via Zoom on Oct. 31. Photo by Thomas Dimopoulos.

LOS ANGELES — The new series of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp will kick off with exclusive events with Alice Cooper – to benefit his charity Solid Rock, and Rock the Socks – at 8 p.m. on Halloween Oct. 31. Roger Daltrey, of The Who (Nov. 14), Joe Elliot of Def Leppard (Nov. 28), and Styx (Dec. 12) will follow.  The sessions, conducted over Zoom, connect with fans with the musicians in a meaningful way, raising funds for a variety of organizations. 

The RRFC - a longtime rock ‘n’ roll institution where students learn from real-life rock stars – presents the new ‘Front Row Live’ series in partnership with Southern California’s Rock Station, 95.5 KLOS-FM. In addition to the interactive tickets where fans can directly speak to the stars, the event may be viewed by fans to watch and submit online questions for $25 dollars. 

With no live music due to COVID-19, RRFC launched an interactive, online Masterclass Series in June, allowing musicians and music enthusiasts alike to learn from and speak with artists from the comfort of their own homes. Unlike typical meet and greets, attendees are able to hang for 60-90 minutes with their favorite stars, hearing intimate stories and asking at least one question directly to the artist. Since its launch, there have been over 100 classes. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster or at: www.rockcamp.com.

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