Chance’s ‘Museum’ Event Brings Community Together

Chance the Rapper addresses the Chicago crowd during the Social Works’ fourth annual A Night at the Museum holiday event.  / Photos by Lock

Chance the rapper and Social Works hosted their fourth annual A Night at the Museum holiday event at the Museum of Science and Industry and had the museum sold out!

The Night at the Museum kicked off at 6pm and it was packed with many performances such as DJ Oreo, Goon Squad, Enama, D-Low and of course Chance the Rapper. The show had a lot of vendors so you could enjoy side activities while you waited for the acts to perform. Some of the vendors were Project Swish, The White Sox’s, The Chicago Blackhawks, Ben & Jerry’s and Chicago’s very own Harold’s. Chance and Social works were also giving out free toys, coats and other winter essentials to kids of all ages.

Overall, this event that brought people from different communities together was excellent. Chance and Social Works did an amazing job at making sure everyone was in the Christmas spirit.


By Christopher Lockridge

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Written by Christopher Lockridge

Hey. I'm Lock and I'm a very chill person. I adapt to my environment and I'm unpredictable, so expect the unexpected. 

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