Our first Dublin rock camp will be a 5 day event modelled on the global Girls Rock Camp programme structure and ethos. Over the week the girls* will get to form a band, write a song, learn how to play it and ultimately perform on a stage in front of friends and family. Yes, all in 5 days! Musical experience is not required.
Campers get instrument coaching (vocals, guitar, bass, synth, drums) and attend collaborative workshops on relevant topics such as stage set-up; performance; positive self-image reinforcement; women in music history etc.
Run by an all-woman* team, coaches and volunteers include musicians active in the local independent music scene (Niamh Farrell from Ham Sandwich, Bitch Falcon, Fierce Mild, Naoise Roo, Jess Kavanagh from Barq, Maija Sofia and more).
The camp is sponsored by MusicMaker, Sound Training CollegeSome Neck Guitars and Full Aeon.


June 27th to July 1st 2017. Daily from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Applications are now open. APPLY HERE.


Sound Training College (Rory Gallagher Corner, 31 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2). Band practice will be hosted just a few steps away at Temple Lane Studios (Curve St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2).

How Much?

Full week fee: €250 – includes all tuition, workshops, lunch, instruments and rehearsal facilities. Installment options available.


The June camp will be for 18-24 year olds who self-identify as women (trans* and cis) or gender non-binary. We’ll run more camps and events for younger and older participants in the future, so stay tuned if you’re in a different age group!
Inclusiveness is one of the core values of Girls Rock, so we’ll make sure that applicants from underrepresented minority groups such as those from low income or ethnic backgrounds, queer, LGBT and/or with a disability, will have the chance to participate in the programme. Two scholarships will be granted to applicants with low income.


With a lot of help & support! Camps can’t happen without the generous input of dedicated volunteers and sponsors. Read more about how you can get involved. For more info read our FAQ: http://www.girlsrockdublin.com/about/frequently-asked-questions/


In the words of Divinity Roxx, MC, producer and bass player who toured with Beyoncé, Erika Badu and other legends:

“We need an organisation like Girls Rock. They’re popping up all around the world ’cause little girls need to know that they can be on stage and rock, and that the industry is missing your voice. Do you have something to say? Pick up and instrument, start writing these songs so the world can hear what you have to say, ’cause what you have to say matters”.

Through the camps, Girls Rock strives to empower young women to make a positive expression of their innate talents in a safe and inclusive space and build their self-esteem, and ultimately aims to create a more gender balanced music scene.

*Girls & Women

Our camps are for, and primarily run by, people who self-identify as women (trans and cis) or gender non-binary. But we value inclusiveness, so if you would like to be involved & share our passion for diversity & music, however you identify, please get in touch!