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Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
US Extended Edition DVD cover
Based onCharacters by
Karin Gist
Regina Hicks
Julie Brown
Paul Brown
Written byDan Berendsen
Karin Gist
Regina Hicks
Directed byPaul Hoen
StarringDemi Lovato
Joe Jonas
Nick Jonas
Kevin Jonas
Maria Canals-Barrera
Meaghan Martin
Alyson Stoner
Music byChristopher Lennertz
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
ProducerKevin Lafferty
CinematographyDavid A. Makin
EditorGirish Bhargava
Running time104 minutes
Production companiesCoin Flip Productions
Alan Sacks Productions
DistributorDisney-ABC Domestic Television
Original networkDisney Channel
Original releaseSeptember 3, 2010 (2010-09-03)
Preceded byCamp Rock

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam is a 2010 American musical television film directed by Paul Hoen and a sequel to the 2008 film Camp Rock. The film stars Demi Lovato, the Jonas Brothers (Joe, Nick and Kevin), Meaghan Martin, Maria Canals-Barrera, Daniel Fathers, and Alyson Stoner reprising their roles from the previous film, as well as newcomers Daniel Kash, Matthew "Mdot" Finley, and Chloe Bridges. In the film, a new rival summer music camp, Camp Star, appears and attracts everyone's attention, which could mean the end of Camp Rock.

The film premiered on Disney Channel on September 3, 2010 (2010-09-03).[1] It was the last film sequel of a Disney Channel Original Movie, until Teen Beach 2 (2015).


Mitchie Torres (Demi Lovato) returns to Camp Rock for another summer year along with her friends and the members of the band Connect 3: Mitchie's love interest, Shane Gray (Joe Jonas), Nate Gray (Nick Jonas), and Jason Gray (Kevin Jonas). Along the way, she and her mother, Connie Torres (Maria Canals-Barrera), notice that a new camp, Camp Star, has opened across the lake. Mitchie and her friends also notice that there are fewer campers than last year and attempt to lift everyone's spirits at the Opening Jam. Camp Star sends parachutes to Camp Rock with chocolates, graham crackers, and marshmallows, inviting them to a bonfire at their camp, but Brown Cesario is less than enthusiastic, as Camp Star's founder is Axel Turner (Daniel Kash), whom he kicked out of his band. Mitchie and the rest of the campers arrive at Camp Star, as the bonfire starts, Camp Star begins to perform. As their performance ends, Dana Turner (Chloe Bridges)'s bracelet flies from her hand and hits Nate in the eye. Axel then offers the Camp Rock counselors jobs at Camp Star, doubling their salary, and encourages the Camp Rock campers to move to Camp Star. Only a few campers switch, including Tess, but many counselors move to Camp Star. Nate returns Dana's bracelet after the bonfire and the two bond. Dana also reveals she is Axel's daughter. Left with no staff, Brown is forced to close Camp Rock, but Mitchie persuades everyone to not give up, and she and her friends take on the newly vacant counseling roles.

Although things are tough at first, Mitchie and the rest of the counselors eventually settle into their roles. Upset that they were outperformed during their visit, they revisit Camp Star, and the two camps face off. Axel sees the showdown and suggests broadcasting their competition on television and letting the public decide who's the best; Mitchie is reluctant at first, but she eventually agrees after some persuasion from her friends. However, Brown is angry about joining the competition, now called Camp Wars, and tells Connie that Camp Rock cannot win and everyone will start sending their kids to Camp Star after they lose. Overhearing their conversation, Mitchie makes everyone focus only on winning the competition, which frustrates the other campers and Shane, who only returned to Camp Rock to spend more time with her. To improve everyone's spirits, Shane, Jason, and the junior campers start a water balloon fight, much to Mitchie's dismay. That night, Mitchie and Shane get in a fight about their priorities, and Shane tells Mitchie that the reason he came back to camp was to get to know Mitchie better before leaving her to finish up her work.

The next day, Mitchie wakes up to find everyone rehearsing for Camp Wars, thanks to Shane. Shane and his brothers motivate everyone to work harder. Mitchie and Shane reconcile and spend the day together, but Nate has trouble trying to tell Dana how he feels. Shane and Jason suggest to sing, and Nate goes to Camp Star to serenade her, gaining her affection before being caught by Axel. As the night of Camp Wars begins, Camp Star performs. After, Brown finds out that Axel has been encouraging and paying the public to vote for Camp Star through text messaging and tweeting and that it would be a miracle if Camp Rock won. All the members of Camp Rock then perform together, accompanied by a video montage of their summer, but Camp Star wins Camp Wars. Back at Camp Rock, Mitchie apologizes to Shane about not spending enough time, to which he replies, "I've learned everything I need to know," about trying to get to know Mitchie better. They share a kiss, and return to the bonfire, where everyone gathers at the bonfire for one last time before leaving. Many members of Camp Star, including Tess and Dana, come to join Camp Rock, ensuring they have enough campers to continue for another summer.



The film was shot in Toronto, Ontario, from September 3, 2009, to October 16, 2009, filming the scenes at the French River, Kilcoo Camp, The Kingbridge Centre, and Earl Bales Park.[2]


Main article: Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (soundtrack)


Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 63% based on 5 reviews and an average of 6.1/10.[3] Jennifer Armstrong from Entertainment Weekly enjoyed the film and called the performance of Demi Lovato "dependently appealing".[4]


The film garnered 7.9 million viewers on its premiere night, the most for a movie on cable television in 2010 and the most any cable program that week (August 30 - September 5).[5] The movie was also simulcast on Radio Disney, similar to the first installment of the franchise, but it is unknown if the ratings included the Radio Disney audience.

Home media

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 7, 2010, in the United States and Canada and was later available worldwide. It includes the Extended Edition, the special feature Rock Along Edition, and the Combo Pack.

Video game

A video game based on the film, Disney's Camp Rock: The Final Jam, was developed and published by Disney Interactive Studios. It was released in North America on August 31, 2010, Europe on September 17, 2010, and Australia on September 30, 2010.

Awards and nominations

Year Ceremony Award Recipient Result
2011 People's Choice Awards Favorite Family TV Movie Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Won
Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs Paul Hoen Won
2013 Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing - Long Form Musical in Television Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Nominated


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  2. ^ Ouzounian, Richard (September 1, 2010). "Behind the scenes of Jonas Brothers' Camp Rock 2". Toronto Star. Retrieved July 30, 2017.
  3. ^ "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (2010)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved July 30, 2017.
  4. ^ Armstrong, Jennifer (August 25, 2010). "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved July 30, 2017.
  5. ^ Steven Herbert (September 9, 2010). "'Camp Rock 2' is a hit with viewers – Orange County Register". Orange County Register. Retrieved July 16, 2019.