Members of the Whitehorse band Speed Control performed a free concert outside the North Surrey Recreation Centre Friday (July 19) prior their RAWK music camps that began this week. A concert will be held at the Surrey Arts Centre this Friday (July 26).

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Band Speed Control wraps up its kids camps with a concert this Friday.

Budding and established rockers are spending the week at Surrey’s version of Camp Rock.

Led by Whitehorse band Speed Control, kids aged nine and up will learn how to perform better and bring an audience to its feet.

The week concludes will a concert at Surrey Arts Centre on Friday, July 26 at 7 p.m. Bands and musicians who have participated in the day camps and coaching sessions will rock out with Speed Control on the Main Stage.

Tickets are $10, available by calling 604-501-5566 or at the door.

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