Will Dailey closed out the final Rock-n-Romp of the season.
A rainy Saturday was the perfect time to squeeze in one more Rock-n-Romp for the season. Destry got things going.
Hallelujah The Hills’ Rock-n-Romp set was inspiring.
Man Alive! opened the March edition of Rock-n-Romp with their comfort music.
As I watch Sidewalk Driver mesmerize a sold out Rock-n-Romp crowd, I can’t help but wonder how many people think that the parachute, face projector, confetti and sheer musical joy were concocted just for this event.
Airport opened the February edition of Rock-N-Romp with their perfect mix of pop, rock, twang and ’70s AM radio nostalgia.
It looks like the good word about Rock-n-Romp is getting out. January’s edition sold out, with Parks dispensing musical earworms to the crowd of all ages.
Rock-n-Romp is such a wonderful thing for rock ‘n’ roll loving families. January’s edition opened with Bent Shapes.
Tallahassee embraced the Romp-n-Romp spirit with all their might.
The Susan Constant had the kids (and parents!) smiling at December’s Rock-n-Romp event.