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Chance the Rapper Is Throwing a Party to Celebrate the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

Chance will lead a bill that features Usher, Frances and the Lights, Smokey Robinson, Daya, Jason Mraz and more.

Festivals, graduation ceremonies, sporting events: Chance the Rapper is the hip-hop star for all occasions. The Chicago artist and activist will headline a concert next month in his hometown to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics. 

Chance will lead a bill that features Usher, Frances & the Lights, Smokey Robinson, Daya, O.A.R., Jason Mraz and more for the “celebration concert,” to be held July 21 at Huntington Bank Pavilion on Northerly Island. 

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The day-long show will raise funds for the Special Olympics, which was established in 1968 to provide opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities. Tickets are priced on a sliding scale from $50 to $150 and can be purchased here at Chance’s official website. 

Check out the flyer below.