The Rock'n'Roll Fantasy Camp is one of the great pop culture inventions of the past 25 years. You’ve heard about it. You’ve read about it. You’ve even seen it on The Simpsons. Now finally, the documentary ROCK CAMP reveals the reality of "fantasy" camp--and what makes it so worthwhile for the stars themselves, and participants of all ages, from kids to chiropractors to corporate execs. We hear the story behind the creation of the Rock'n'Roll Fantasy Camp from promoting legend David Fishof himself and get personal takes from camp counselers Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper, Gene Simmons and many more. But it's the stories of the attendees--and the many ways the fantasy camp lets them then live out their rock'n'roll dreams that gives the movie its real heart and soul. This is not a story of sex and drugs and rock and roll. It's a story about the love of music, the camaraderie of jamming, the thrill of performing--and the connections that get made at every camp, between stars and fans, between parents and children who attend together, and between attendees who get thrown together into a band that gets trained in just days to perform on stage, along with their rock legend tutors, in front of a live audience. It would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience if so many of these weekend rock stars didn't keep coming back for more.