Image via Instagram

Image via Instagram

Chance The Rapper is consistently doing all he can for the greater good of his hometown of Chicago. He’s put together several free shows for high schoolers, and gladly takes part when other artists are generous enough to host their own free events in Chi-town.

Since Chance’s free event Open Mike has been successful and welcomed by many of Chicago’s teenagers, he’s now taking a bigger step forward and curating his first festival. The first annual Teens in the Park festival will take place on June 24 on Northerly Island. In usual Chance fashion, this festival will be free and open to all teenagers.

The event will take place from 4—7PM and is expected to have performances from Donnie Trumpet, and more local acts handpicked by Chance himself. There will also be a range of activities like dancing, graffiti, arts and crafts, and jewelry making hosted by organizations like The Art Institute and Donda’s House—the non-profit founded in memory of Kanye West’s mother.

Although the festival’s target audience are mainly teenagers, it’s not strictly for them. The festival welcomes people from the ages of 13—24 (as well as adults who may be chaperoning teens). Register for the first annual Teens in the Park festival here.