Chance the Rapper, Gloria Estefan and the National will perform at a concert to close out the Obama Foundation’s first global summit on Nov. 1 at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. The concert is free but not open to the public, but the Obama Foundation is handing out more than 1,500 tickets to “our neighbors and community members who have been engaged in the Foundation’s work – including local community organizations, churches and schools. The foundation is distributing an additional approximate 700 tickets to Chicagoans who applied to the Summit through Obama.org or have participated in the foundation’s digital call and response on Obama.org.” Chance the Rapper has an established history with former President Barack Obama. His father, Ken Williams-Bennett, was Obama’s state director when the president was a senator in Illinois. In a statement to Variety, Chance said, “It’s such an honor to help creative direct this show. That’s because I am blessed to be part of a generation with an inherent sense of self. One that is inspired not just to talk about what needs to be changed — but get up and change it… I want to help make sure every young man and woman in this city has those opportunities, too. I want to help inspire and empower young people to change their world, just like the Obama Foundation.”