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Paint the Town Red

We're bringing music back to Millennium Park.

date

May 26, 2022

Time

11:00 AM

location

Pritzker Pavilion

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Add to Calendar 5/26/2022 11:00 AM America/Chicago Paint the Town Red This cornerstone program brings all CCC singers together from every corner of Chicago to bring music back to Millennium Park. Pritzker Pavilion

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It's a day three years in the making.

One of our most anticipated and largest programs of the year is back for the first time since 2019.

Thousands of youths from every Chicago zip code will gather to perform alongside Grammy-Award winner Peter CottonTale, as well as acclaimed opera singer Jonathan Green (CCC Alum), Eurovision star Vasil Garvanliev (CCC Alum), Chicago’s The Juju Exchange & Ayanna Woods (CCC Alum and Grammy Award-nominee) and other guest artists to celebrate 65 years of the Choir changing lives through music.

We are committed to hosting inclusive, accessible events that enable every audience member to engage fully. Should you need an accommodation of any kind for any reason, or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact us at info [at] ccchoir [dot] org.


This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.
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Special Guest Artist

Peter CottonTale

Peter CottonTale is a music producer and composer from Chicago, IL that came to prominence alongside Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment. At Paint the Town Red, Peter will perform "Together," which he first performed with the Choir for Google's 2020 Year in Review video and again for the Inauguration Special on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" in January 2021.

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Giving Day

Join us for a monumental day of song and service with our Paint the Town Red Giving Day celebration this year. Your gift uplifts the next generation of Chicago's leaders and empowers them to create a more harmonious world.

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Paint the Town Red

Paint the Town Red 2018 gathered nearly 5,000 Chicago Children's Choir singers in Millennium Park for one inspirational concert on May 24, 2018.