Come out, get loud (in the library!), and rock out with local bands featuring volunteers and campers from this year's and last year's Queer Rock Camp, a program of Stonewall Youth that aims to empower youth and build community through music. QRC supports the fluidity of gender and sexuality and sees music as a way to amplify resilience and self-expression. In just one week, campers learn an instrument, form bands, write songs, and perform at a public showcase at the Capitol Theater (on July 28th). Bands for the library show include: Griz and the Big Bad (a radical acoustic duo not to be missed), Hot Tears (Molly's solo songs will stick in your head like homemade, saltwater taffy), J.O.C.K. (screamy, dreamy anthems for queer, trans, and allied folks, by Jill, Orion, Cassie, and Kevin), and D. Binge (fast songs for when life is hard, from queercore wisecrackers Jason, Cameron, Sam, and C.J.)!