(AllHipHop News) Chance The Rapper has decided to make his tour more inclusive by hiring sign language interpreters for his deaf or hard-of-hearing fans.
The black-owned, deaf-owned interpretation company DEAFinitely Dope is booked for the remainder of the nationwide trek.
“We will have interpreters at the show which will be a new thing going forward to help everybody be able to enjoy the show,” said Chance in an Instagram video.
The Coloring Book performer is also offering 50 free front row tickets to deaf and hard-of-hearing concert goers at each stop.
Interested fans can request tickets in the ASL interpretation section by emailing Kelly Kurdi at DEAFinitelyDopebookings@outlook.com, texting 832-551-7041, or submitting a request at DEAFinitelyDope.com.
DEAFinitely Dope was started by Atlanta native Matthew Maxey as a way to unite the hearing and deaf community through music and sign language.
Check out the remaining dates of Chance The Rapper’s “Be Encouraged Tour” below.
July 2 – New Orleans, LA – New Orleans Essence Festival
July 21 – Hartford, CT – Hot Jam
July 22 – Central Hall, PA – Karoondinha
Aug. 3-6 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
Sept. 22-24 – Las Vegas, NV – Life is Beautiful
Oct. 3-4 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl
Oct. 6 & 13 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits
Oct. 20-22 – Phoenix, AZ – Lost Lake Festival