Common

Taylor Bennett
DJ Anthony “Twilite Tone” Khan

Pavilion
Saturday, June 24, 2017
4:30 PM
Donor Gates Open
5:00 PM
Public Gates Open
7:30 PM
Concert Starts

Tickets: $110 / $100
Lawn: $44**

**Lawn ticket price increases by $5 on the day of the performance.


About The Artist

Taylor Bennett is a 21-year-old independent artist from Chicago, Illinois. The younger brother of Chance The Rapper is changing the game with his lyrical style, flow and heart pounding live shows. Bennett’s rise has been meteoric, selling out shows all over Chicago and being featured on the cover of The Chicago Reader as “The next up in Chicago.”

Bennett has opened for Vic Mensa, Nas, YG & Curren$y. Premiering his recent project “Broad Shoulders” with Rolling Stone, Bennett said, “We’re really trying to build our own industry.”


Anthony “The Twilite Tone” Khan is a BMI Award winning, Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter, and DJ. Tone grew up in Chicago in the mid 80s and early 90s. Surrounded by the diverse range of sounds the city offered during that period, Tone embraced the abstract and the concrete, walking the line between deep house (Ron Hardy, Frankie Knuckles, Andre Hatchett, Lil Louis) and hip hop (Schoolly D, Divine Force, Sir Ibu, Ultramagnetic MCs). He co-wrote 3 tracks on Kanye’s & GOOD Music’s Cruel Summer, including the lead single “Mercy” which reached No.1 on Billboard’s US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and US Rap Songs Charts that went 2x Platinum, “Don’t Like.1”, and “The One”.

Tone contributed on the tracks “MILF” and “Mona Lisa” on Big Sean’s sophomore album, Hall Of Fame, released by GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. He also co-wrote “Who Do We Think We Are” and “What If I Told You (Interlude)” on John Legend’s 2013 album Love In The Future. He also co-wrote/produced Pusha T's "Nosetalgia" off his latest album My Name is My Name.

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