Chance the Rapper delights Royal Farms Arena crowd

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Fresh off of winning three Grammy Awards, Chance the Rapper stopped at the Royal Farms Arena during his “Be Encouraged” tour on Tuesday. The artist from Chicago played to a sold out crowd that stayed on their feet the entire time to give a very friendly Baltimore welcome.

Chance the Rapper played before a sellout crowd at Royal Farms Arena on Tuesday. (All photos by Erik Hoffman)

If you ever get the opportunity to see Chance, make sure you take it. The show included fireworks, a drop down walkway, fire, fake snow falling from the rafter and plenty of smoke.

Chance the Rapper won three Grammy Awards this year.

Chance played several songs from his latest album, Coloring Book, and a few older songs from hi earlier album, Acid Rain, to appease his fans that have been listening to him for years.

Chance the Rapper certainly knows how to entertain a crowd.

After 30 minutes of jumping and dancing Chance asked the audience “Would you say this has been a good show?  Well, we have just gotten started!”

Chance the Rapper played songs off his last two albums, Coloring Book and Acid Rain, during his show at Royal Farms Arena.

The crowd responded with a huge roar that could be heard throughout Baltimore.