February 11, 2016 // Franchising.com // FAYETTEVILLE, AR – School of Rock, the leader in performance-based music education, opens its newest school in Fayetteville, AR. A grand opening will take place on February 20, 2016 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, located at 2857 N. College Ave, Fayetteville, AR 72703. The event will include live performances by School of Rock house bands, tours of the school, food trucks, grand prize raffles and more.
School of Rock is unlike any other music program, and uses a hands-on method that prepares students to take on the stage and rock out in front of live audiences. The team-centric environment encourages peer interaction and teaches students the fundamentals of playing in a band with other musicians. School of Rock’s seasoned staff of professionals are passionate about advancing both the musicianship and confidence of the future rock stars. With more than 170 schools worldwide, School of Rock Fayetteville marks the brand’s second location in the state of Arkansas.
“Opening a new School of Rock is always a unique and fresh experience as we interact with local students and witness first-hand the outstanding qualities they bring to our school,” said School of Rock CEO, Dzana Homan. “Franchisee, Bea Escobar, has the passion and drive necessary to introduce our programs to the vibrant community of Fayetteville.”
“The musically-driven town of Fayetteville exudes diversity in its people, schools and businesses,” says franchisee, Bea Escobar. “I believe that our School of Rock, which services Fayetteville and Springdale, will fill a need in the communities, encouraging aspiring musicians to achieve their goals while uniting the two areas through rock n’ roll.”
For more information, visit schoolofrock.com.
The music school your mom and dad wished they had when they were kids, School of Rock is an ingenious concept that gets kids and adults rocking out to the classics and up and performing with their peers. With more than 170 locations in nine countries, the franchise proves that rock and roll is here to stay.
SOURCE School of Rock