Chance The Rapper Teams w/ Donda's House & The Art Institute For Chicago Youth Initiative
Photo of Chance The Rapper taken by Daniel Garcia.
Chance The Rapper has quickly and aggressively become a beacon for positive social change in his hometown of Chicago. Memorial Day weekend found him leading a massive #FaithInAction campaign that, while proving not as successful as its inaugural run in keeping Chi-town murder-free for a long weekend, was yet another testament to his immutable dedication to providing Chicago’s youth with outlets. And so, on June 24th, Chano will continue his crusade for a better Chicago, partnering with arts-based non-profit Donda’s House and The Art Institute for Teens In The Park; a day of music and arts curated by Chance himself, tapping homie and creative kin Donnie Trumpet and DLow for performances. It all goes down on Northerly Island from 4-7pm and is free to the public, so long as you’re between the ages of 13 and 24. And even if you’ve out grown the limit, we’re sure you’ll find space in the crowd to get in on all of the fun to be had. Chance, of course, has a new album out with his Social Experiment crew in Surf, which has proven to be everything we’d waited for. Jump back to get in on the record and hit the link below to register for Chance The Rapper’s Teens In The Park event.