Judas Priest Hosting Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp

artist: judas priest date: 08/23/2013 category: entertainment
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Judas Priest Hosting Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp
Metal icons Judas Priest will be hosting an exclusive Rock N' Roll Fantasy Camp next year in Las Vegas. Featuring headlining performance from masters of metal, the event will also include special guest appearances from the likes of Zakk Wylde, Geoff Tate and more.

Set to take place next year from February 27 to March 2, the Fantasy Camp will also include workshops and Q&A sessions. However, founding guitarist Glen Tipton will not be attending due to undisclosed reasons.

The campers will also get the opportunity to jam in a band setting with Dio's Vinnie Appice, Rudy Sarzo of Quiet Riot, Lita Ford, Ozzy's Phil Soussan and John Moyer of Disturbed featured as rock star counselors. Each of the participants will be placed in a band, assigned with a counselor and kick out the jams while learning from the best.

"Your experience begins the moment you sign up when our Music Coordinator will contact you to make sure you are prepared in advance for this once in a lifetime experience," reads the official announcement. "We will be streaming your live performance for free which will give your friends and family members back home an exclusive opportunity to see you perform."

Sign-ups are available now starting from $4,995, depending on the package.
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