Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - Thursday, November 28, 2019
8:30 pm - 1:00 am
Join us for Sequence Chicago: Housegiving, a free house music celebration and donation drive for the homeless, featuring special DJ performances from local artists, including “The King of House Music” Farley JackMaster Funk, Dee Jay Alicia and Mark Farina! Hosted by: Czarina Mirani
In collaboration with: I Love House Music Chicago
Guests are encouraged to bring items to donate, such as coats, hats, gloves, scarfs, hand and foot warmers, socks, underwear, personal hygiene items, sleeping bags, dental kits, towels, and blankets. All items collected will be given to the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless and distributed at various locations throughout the city by Big Bus Chicago.
Let’s celebrate our city’s rich house music tradition in an iconic Chicago space while giving back to those in need!
Dee Jay Alicia
Dee Jay Alicia, a Chicago native, developed a love for music at a young age. Her musical beginnings were rooted in soul, steppers, and R&B. She began her DJ career in 1996 under the guidance of her mentor and then Husband DJ Raphael. He educated her on the art of reading a crowd and song selection as well as DJ techniques, DJ culture and (the lost art of) DJ etiquette. Learn more
Mark Farina has solidified himself in the world of Dance Music as a trailblazing DJ, Producer, tastemaker and bona fide House Music icon. After 3 decades crisscrossing the globe, he shows no signs of slowing down remaining innovative, humble, and firmly rooted in the underground. Learn more
“The King of House Music” Farley JackMaster Funk
Chicago’s Farley JackMaster Funk is one of the original house music pioneers and is often referred to as The King Of House. The DJ turned artist, producer, songwriter, director, TV presenter and radio host was the first artist to bring house music to UK shores as far back as 1986. Learn more
Presented by Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, Sequence Ch!cago is a free performance series celebrating local artists, musicians and cultural organizations and showcasing their works. Navy Pier will display Chicago’s diverse arts scene over the course of 9 dates this fall and winter. All performances are free and open to the public.
Learn more and view the full lineup of upcoming Sequence Ch!cago performances at navypier.org/sequence-chicago.
Planning to attend this event? Getting to Navy Pier has never been easier. Learn more about our convenient transportation and parking options.