|Saturday 16th February 2019
|Lessons will run in 30 minute slots from 10am to 4pm
|Music stores across the UK (see below)
Children aged 5 to 16 can turn up to one of the music stores below and learn to play a Foo Fighters song in just 30 minutes. No need to book a place, just turn up on the day and register with a Rocksteady member of staff.
Rocksteady Music School are experts at getting any child playing real music in their own bands within 10 minutes and will provide all the instruments and teachers.
The event is open to all abilities so whether you already play or have never touched an instrument before you have the chance to become an instant rock star and learn and perform a song from one of the greatest rock bands in history.
|PMT, 136 Lawley Middleway, Birmingham, B4 7XX
|PMT,5 Rupert Street, Bristol, BS1 2PY
|The Boileroom Music and Community Arts Venue, 13 Stoke Fields, Guildford, GU1 4LS
|Banquet Records, 52 Eden St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1EE
|PMT, Citygate, 9 Kirkstall Road, Leeds, LS3 1LH
|PMT, Red Rose Centre, Regent Road, Manchester, M5 3GR
|PMT, 86 Bridge Street, Northampton, NN1 1PD
|PMT, 2 Marco Island, Huntingdon Street, Nottingham, NG1 1AR
|PMT, Unit 12 Fitzherbert Spur, Portsmouth, PO6 1TT
|PMT, 10-14 Eastern Avenue East, Romford, Essex, RM1 4DR
Rocksteady Music School are on a mission to empower as many children as possible through rock and pop music. Each year over 250,000 children across the UK benefit from Rocksteady lessons, bursaries, free assemblies and free workshops.
The Rocksteady way is a unique and proven teaching methodology developed by experts over ten years and enables children as young as four years old to immediately play real music in their own rock and pop bands even if they have never touched an instrument before.
Children get the chance to perform the songs they love, whilst learning valuable life skills along the way, building confidence, developing resilience, improving social skills, and enhancing their wellbeing.
Through the Rocksteady foundation we bring the benefits of music to children who would not normally have access to lessons. In 2018 we held 87 free music workshops, in SEN schools, hospices, domestic abuse refuges and charities.