School of Rock

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Be­gin party prep by send­ing guests ex­clu­sive back­stage passes to a birth­day ‘con­cert’. On the day be­fore the party, set up a hall of fame with posters of your child’s favourite rock star em­bla­zoned on the walls and make gui­tar cut-outs, which can be used as dé­cor and props for the kids to play air gui­tar. Print out pa­per ‘records’ to serve as place­mats and hang up string foil cur­tains and bal­loons for that ‘glam rock’ vibe. Set up a tat­too par­lour with rock­ing fake tat­toos, com­pile a sound­track for the party and get the kids limbo rock­ing, or have an air gui­tar com­pe­ti­tion and make sure you have props like a wig à la Elvis or Bowie in his glam rock hey­day (cos­tume shops like Cen­tury Fi­esta; cen­tu­ry­fi­esta.com will ful­fill all your rock star needs). You can go all out with the food from mi­cro­phone-shaped cake pops and an elec­tric gui­tar-shaped cake to roadie food like mini piz­zas, burg­ers or hot dogs. Party favours Gui­tar picks, tem­po­rary tat­toos, rock candy

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