P.L.A.Y. Rock Camp

Two-week arts intensive for youth ages 10-15.
kids on stage playing instruments
student walking and holding a guitar
people outside laying instruments
people working on computer
people playing guitar
girl playing piano
    • Session 1: July 11-22 - or -
    • Session 2: August 8-19
  • Session will take place Monday-Friday; 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

  • $400 for Two-Week Session; Tuition Assistance Available

Put down the air guitar and join the band!

Participants explore the history of rock, rhythm and the musicians that helped shape the poignant rock songs and popular culture of the 1960s. With an emphasis on classic rock instrumentation and styles, kids work both individually and in groups under the guidance of skilled musicians and teaching artists to form the ultimate rock band. The program ends with a high-energy performance of both original and interpreted rock songs.

If you are applying for tuition assistance, please fill out this form and submit to Education@BethelWoodsCenter.org

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Please indicate the P.L.A.Y. Session you would like to register your child for:
Ages 10-15; $400
Ages 10-15; $400
Ages 10-15; $400
Ages 10-15; $400
Ages 10-15; $400
Will you be applying for tuition assistance?
Please be aware there is an additional form on the event page that you must fill out and submit to Education@BethelWoodsCenter.org to be considered for tuition assistance.

About P.L.A.Y.

Bethel Woods’ Peace. Love. Arts. You. program invites children to explore creative arts at the historic festival site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, offering unique opportunities for skill development in a variety of ways, from art and music to movement and theater.

Led by Bethel Woods Teaching Artists and special guests, children will explore history, art, music, and the environment to ignite creative imagination. Program participants will enjoy plenty of outdoor time as well as access to The Museum collections and special exhibitions as part of the adventure.


Funding for P.L.A.Y. has been provided by Nellie and Robert Gipson of the Tianaderrah Foundation, the John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. Additional funding has been provided by Bethel Woods Center for the Arts members and donors. View a copy of our annual report or visit our website  for a more comprehensive list of supporters.