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SocialWorks, the youth empowerment charity founded by Chance the Rapper, is proud to announce a special benefit concert headlined by Chance himself. This one-night-only event, set to take place on Saturday, April 13th, at the historic Ramova Theater in Chicago, promises an unforgettable evening of music, celebration, and philanthropy. Don’t miss this chance to make a difference in the lives of Chicago’s youth while celebrating the birthday of one of the city’s most beloved artists. 

who: SocialWorks x Chance the Rapper

what: Benefit Concert for Chicago’s Youth

where: Ramova Theatre

when: April 13, 2024 | Doors open at 6pm | Show at 7pm

This highly anticipated event promises an evening of exceptional entertainment while championing a noble cause. With Chance the Rapper headlining and DJ Oreo opening, attendees can expect an immersive musical experience that reflects the spirit of giving back to the community.

In addition to the main event, an exclusive after-party will be hosted, featuring DJ sets from Chance himself and his friends. This post-concert celebration offers a unique opportunity for guests to continue the festivities while mingling with the artists and fellow supporters of SocialWorks’ mission.

Tickets for the Benefit Concert for Chicago’s Youth are now available for purchase, with 100% of the proceeds going directly to SocialWorks.

About SocialWorks

SocialWorks, founded by Grammy-award-winning musician and humanitarian Chance the Rapper, aims to empower the youth through the arts, education, and civic engagement. Since 2016, SocialWorks has created 5 initiatives that present youth the opportunity to learn and act on their passions. SocialWorks’ programming focuses on education, mental health, homelessness, and performing and literary arts – directly affecting thousands of youth yearly. Through the initiatives, OpenMike, Warmest Winter, Kids of the Kingdom, The New Chance: Arts & Literature Fund, and My State of Mind, SocialWorks hopes to inspire creativity, build dreams, and advocate for youth success in all its forms.