Chance the Rapper Transforms Chicago Warehouse Into Magnificent Coloring World

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Chance the Rapper performs onstage during Day 1 of Squamish Valley Music Festival on Aug. 7, 2015 in Squamish, Canada. 

To celebrate the release of Chance the Rapper's new mixtape Coloring Book, the Chicago rapper transformed a warehouse in his hometown to create an immersive experience complete with dancers, art, a bounce house and more. 

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Chance bussed a group of people to an undisclosed warehouse-turned-funhouse on Saturday for his Magnificent Coloring World event, which was basically a massive play ground and out-there listening party for adults and kids alike. 

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According to the Wall Street Journal, the all-ages party also included a live choir, dancing, the sweets shop set from Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment's "Sunday Candy" music video, coloring activities, candy and plenty of games. (But at $40 a head, it seems some some were disappointed there was no performance from Chance, himself.)

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