Chance The Rapper to headline Special Olympics’ 50th anniversary event
When Chance The Rapper isn’t busy cleaning up at the Grammys or making surprise appearances at Coachella, the Chicago-bred rapper makes time for good causes. Currently slated to headline an upcoming concert in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics, Chance will appear alongside Usher, Jason Mraz, Francis and the Lights, Smokey Robinson, Daya, and O.A.R., with more special guests to be announced.
The event will take place July 21 at Chicago’s Northerly Island. Benefits will go toward the Special Olympics, with a portion of proceeds going to Chance’s charity, Social Works. Tickets are available on Chance’s website.
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