Royalty Free Music for Your Videos
Just What You Need to Make Your Best Summer Camp Videos
Lots of camps (and, to be fair, many other businesses) post videos to Facebook and YouTube that include popular music. There's really no malice intended but it is illegal - you're stealing the music from the artist and producer to use for your project.
You could license the use of those songs. I know of camps that have done it but it's EXPENSIVE.
There are many, legal, options for camps who want to add music (and you DO want to add music to your videos). The music available to license is getting better every day and there are songs for every budget.
I keep a personal list of sites with good music that camps can license but since I get asked at least once a month "what was that site you recommended with the legal music for camp videos?", I thought I'd move that list here.
There are 3 kinds of licensing that I'll highlight on this post: Free (use at will), Creative Commons License (usually free but you're required to provide some attribution) and Royalty Free (you pay once for the right to use as you need).
Free Music - the Universe (and the musician's) gift to you
the music that comes with GarageBand - these have been used A LOT so be careful of making your families think "I remember this from that OTHER camp's video"
http://www.mobygratis.com/ - from the musician Moby: for adding music to movies and videos
http://www.reelmarketinginsider.com/free-royalty-free-music/ (require you to opt-in to James Wedmore's newsletter)
http://freemusicarchive.org/ (mostly electronic)
DJ Quads (requires attribution in your video description) (Thanks, Matt!)
Royalty Free - price range $25 - $100 (and more) per song
https://www.marmosetmusic.com/ (allows you to pick the mood you're looking for)
https://www.tunefruit.com/ (allows you to pick the mood you're looking for)
https://www.jukedeck.com/?ref=producthunt (this link entitles you to 10 free downloads)
http://www.soundofpicture.com/shop/ (from Poddington Bear - an artist that is well-known for his music on podcasts)
http://www.epidemicsound.com/youtube-subscription/ (Great if you regularly make lots of videos
I haven't spent a lot of time here but it looks interesting: https://www.videvo.net/
Creative Commons - "Creative Commons is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share." Please make sure you are following the proper use and attribution of Creative Commons music. *NB: one of the CC licenses is "Share Alike" which means when you use that license your product (your video) has to have the same open license. Look carefully, therefore, for the Share Alike license and also the Non-Commercial use (you don't qualify). https://creativecommons.org/legalmusicforvideos