Rock & Roll Dance Lessons

Dance your way through September | Dance Lessons

An exciting opportunity exists to take part in a five-week program to learn how to dance to your favourite bands at this year’s Rock the Clock Festival in Camperdown Frank Meade of Colac will be in Camperdown every Sunday during September to teach as many community members as possible to enjoy rock and roll dance….

Rock the Clock Dance Competition | VRRDA

We are pleased to announce the Rock the Clock Dance Competition. The competition will be held in the Theatre Royal on Saturday 26th October from 2pm. The dance competition will be held in accordance with Victorian Rock’n’Roll Dance Association Rules, which can be found on their website. Sections include: Junior Open – 17 & Under…

The Rockin’ Tones at Rock the Clock 2018

Great to have the Rockin’ Tones back again for Rock the Clock 2018! Check out their website www.therockintones.com They’ve got a terrific youtube collection: www.therockintones.com/videos.html Connect with them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therockintones

A BAND CALLED TWANG!

2018 @ ROCK THE CLOCK! “A Band Called Twang are at the tip of the top of Australian Rockabilly”… Lori Lee Festival director of – GreazeFest (Australia’s largest Rockabilly & Kustom Kulture Festival) and Rockabilly Revival Fest (QLD) A Band Called Twang ’Slim Tim’ Collett, ‘Miss Maree; Gwynn, ‘Smokin’ Dan’ Fargo started forming in 2013…

Early Bird Tickets available until end July

Early Bird Tickets are now available for Rock the Clock 2018. Early Bird pricing is available until the end of July. Rock the Clock Adult Early Bird: $40 Rock the Clock Family Early Bird: $80 Prices will go up to $50 per adult, and $100 per family from 1 August.

Bands 2018

Early Bird Tickets are now available for Rock the Clock 2018. Early Bird pricing is available until the end of July. Rock the Clock Adult Early Bird: $40 Rock the Clock Family Early Bird: $80 Prices will go up to $50 per adult, and $100 per family from 1 August.

Latest music acts announced

Camperdown’s Rock the Clock festival has just named the next group of performers for the inaugural event. Latest announcements include local groups Sounds of the Ghostriders, R.P. and the Crybabies and Melbourne’s The Rockin’ Tones. The Rockin’ Tones will play the final set in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Room on Saturday 21 October, finishing off…