February 8: Girls Rock! The Movie premiere
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The As Ifs perform at a special opening weekend event for Girls Rock! The Movie, a documentary on the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, which opened in 2001 and has inspired girls rock camps around the world, including the new Bay Area Girls Rock Camp, debuting this summer in Oakland.
Filmmaker Shane King [right] led a Q&A after the screening.
You can catch Girls Rock! The Movie in a bunch of cities, now and in the upcoming weeks.
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