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16 September, 2019Print

The Rock And Roll Playhouse Partners With Bustle's Romper For First-Ever Camp Romper Festival



Romper, the leading destination for millennial moms, has announced its first-ever event in partnership with The Rock and Roll Playhouse. The event, officially titled Camp Romper, takes place on Sunday, September 22nd at The LeFrak Center at Lakeside in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. The day-long family festival is designed to create memorable moments for kids and parents alike. Tickets on sale here:

Families will enjoy musical performances by Rock and Roll Playhouse; interactive roller skating shows and lessons; family-friendly yoga led by renowned yoga instructor Colleen Saidman Yee; summer camp activities including obstacle courses, tie-dye, arts and crafts; and much more. Throughout the event guests will participate in activations from leading sponsors including Athleta Girl, DairyPure®, H&M, Pampers, and Popsicle© Fruit Pops. CHiPS, a non-profit organization serving the homeless and hungry of Park Slope, Gowanus, and surrounding neighborhoods, is the exclusive charity partner of the event.

“Romper has always wanted to create a marquee event that celebrates what parents and kids can create together through play,” said Emma Rosenblum, Editor-in-Chief, BDG Lifestyle. “We believe strongly in the power of imagination and Camp Romper will allow kids to explore, dance and sparkle with possibility.”

“We’re thrilled to debut Camp Romper, Romper’s first-ever experience for parents and kids,” said Sascha Lewis, Vice President, Experiential, Bustle Digital Group. “We envision this festival becoming a signature franchise for the brand and the go-to event for families looking to make memories with their children in Prospect Park.”

For more information on Romper’s Camp Romper and to purchase tickets, please visit Tickets are on sale now and are $10 for adults 16+, $5 for kids, and children 3 and under are free.


About The Rock and Roll Playhouse

The Rock and Roll Playhouse is a national concert series for families where kids can “move, play and sing while listening to works form the classic-rock canon” (NY Times). The Playhouse was founded in 2013 at its flagship venue, Brooklyn Bowl, by Peter Shapiro, entrepreneur and co-owner of the Bowl and owner of The Capitol Theatre, and Amy Striem, a certified Early Childhood and Elementary teacher, who were looking to create opportunities for families to experience live music together in historic music venues. The Rock and Roll Playhouse shows use music from the most iconic musicians in musical history to inspire the next generation of children. It's core audience of kids under 10 explore their creativity dancing to live music from curated local bands, listening to stories, and playing interactive activities. With over 50,000 concert attendees in 2018 and 1,000 shows to date, The Rock and Roll Playhouse hosts concerts in 27 venues across 25 cities and explores the music of 5 generations and diverse genres, while giving back to local communities. The program has donated to the Can’d Aid Foundation’s Tunes Programs, VH1 Save the Music Foundation, and Keep the Music Alive, as well as ticket donations to local school fundraisers and auctions.


About Romper

Romper is the leading digital destination for millennial moms, reaching an audience of 10 million unique readers a month. Through a diverse set of voices, Romper speaks to a new generation of mothers, helping them navigate the adventure of parenthood in a fun, relatable, and honest way. At Romper, our writers and editors know that motherhood expands your identity, rather than eclipsing it. Romper is a part of Bustle Digital Group, publisher of Bustle, Bustle UK, Elite Daily, Flavorpill, Gawker, Inverse, Mic, Nylon, The Outline, and The Zoe Report.


About Camp Romper

Camp Romper is Romper's all-encompassing family experience with a host of thrilling activities for kids and parents. The first-ever day-long camp will take place on Sunday, September 22 in Prospect Park, and is jam-packed with entertainment, excitement and adventure for kids (and adults!) of all ages. Come and make some memories.