We are excited to announce a very special campfire performance by recording artists Clyde and Gracie from the band Lawrence at 8PM ET, Thursday, May 7th 2020.
If Jon Bellion’s enthusiasm for the band Lawrence when he signed them to his label and produced their latest album is any indication as to what you are in for, then this is NOT to be missed.
But check it our for yourselves, a video from NYC’s Webster Hall.
Lawrence has performed both in the United States and internationally. The band represented by UTA and GroundUp Management has headlined several tours across the USA and also has appeared at Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, SXSW, Electric Forest, Firefly, Okeechobee, and Hangout festivals.
Tune in tomorrow night for an epic virtual performance at CampTShirtDay.com.
For 10 + years, we have worked together to build an international digital event that helps us celebrate the incredible industry we all share through #CampTShirtDay. Every November, our social feeds are filled with smiling photos of summer camp campers, staff, directors, and even pets. It brings a sense of warmth and comfort in knowing that despite the long road in the calendar ahead, a summer home awaits us all.
Through the years, we have been inspired by the hundreds of thousands of people who have taken part across the globe, united in their spirit in living ten months for two. But today, we find ourselves in unprecedented and challenging times in our global fight against coronavirus. It has brought uncertainty and changed our lives, as we do our part to socially distance from friends and family in a mass effort to slow the spread of the virus, and return to whatever normal awaits us. …
On November 15th, campers, staff, alumni and family will take to social media to show off their camp pride by sharing photos of themselves in camp apparel.
November 14, 2016, New York, NY — Tomorrow, campers, staff, parents and alumni from around the world, and of all ages, will show their summer camp pride by joining in the sixth annual International Wear Your Summer Camp T-Shirt Day. Getting involved is as simple as it sounds. Participants wear their favorite camp gear and share photos on social media using the #CampTShirtDay hashtag.
Last year, the event became a trending topic on Twitter and Instagram. This year, the event’s organizers predict that it will be even bigger, and they expect to see more than 35,000 photos and videos shared on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat. …