Seattle-based singer and songwriter Melody Federer will open all of the Chicago dates.
The anniversary celebration kicked off earlier this summer where McMahon played three sold-out drive-in concerts (July 10-12) in Anaheim, Calif. and another two sold-out shows in Oceanport, N.J. Fans can still watch the performance on-demand with a portion of the proceeds of all streams going to the foundation. The concerts have already raised over $80,000 on behalf of McMahon’s Dear Jack Foundation, which helps the fight against adolescent and young adult cancer.
In July McMahon released his new song “Get On My Wave.” The song, produced by King Tuff, was performed live for the first time at McMahon’s sold-out drive-in shows in Orange County, Calif. Check out the video for his new single below.
Tickets for the Chicago dates go on sale Sept. 16. Each vehicle is allowed a maximum of six people.