LINKIN PARK's CHESTER BENNINGTON And KORN's BRIAN 'HEAD' WELCH Join 'Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp'

LINKIN PARK's CHESTER BENNINGTON And KORN's BRIAN 'HEAD' WELCH Join 'Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp'

Over the course of the past several years, Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp has put together an all-star roster of participating artists, including Slash, Steven Tyler, CHEAP TRICK, Jeff Beck, Tony Iommi, Joe Perry, Roger Daltrey, Ginger Baker, Alice Cooper, Sammy Hagar and DEF LEPPARD, to name but a few.

On April 6, the Camp will add LINKIN PARK vocalist Chester Bennington and KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch to its list of rock luminaries. From April 6 to April 9 in Los Angeles, California, attendees will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be mentored by Bennington and Welch, two multi-Grammy-winning artists whose bands have sold close to 100 million albums combined. Attendees will jam, write and perform live in a non-competitive atmosphere. They'll participate in classes on all instruments, learn practice techniques and more, all of which leads up to a live performance alongside Welch at the legendary Whisky a Go Go on the famed Sunset Strip.

To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, packages for the April 6-9 Camp are available at a special early-bird starting price of $3999.

For more information, visit www.rockcamp.com or call 888.762.BAND.

"I'm looking forward to meeting everyone and jamming at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp," says Bennington. "I'm excited for the opportunity to share my music and passion with other musicians and fans of what I do."

"We're thrilled to have Chester and Brian join this year's camp," says Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp founder and creator David Fishof. "These are world-class musicians from two of rock music's biggest and most influential bands. The knowledge, stories and experience they'll be sharing with camp-goers makes this year's event truly special.

"It's no exaggeration to say that the camp is often a life-changing experience for the attendees. These are people with a common passion for rock music. Some of them play well, some of them don't and that's fine. Some were forced to give up their pursuit of a career in music. They come from all walks of life — CEOs, construction workers, accountants, grade school teachers, etc. We bring them all together and provide them with a unique opportunity to live their dream and meet and play with the artists who've provided the soundtrack of their lives."

Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp is a non-competitive atmosphere designed for all levels of musicians and music enthusiasts. Participants are placed in bands with like-minded people and skill level to make for an off-the-charts experience.

Some of the campers play well and even gave up careers as musicians to become CEOs and lawyers. Some campers can't play at all. What they all have in common is passion for rock music. At Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp, they all get to pursue their passion — and meet, and play with the artists who became the soundtrack of their lives.

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