MINNEAPOLIS - The kids at Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities got a pretty legendary surprise over the weekend.
Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winning singer John Legend stopped by Minneapolis on Saturday to perform for a group of about 100 kids participating in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters event aimed to help them #DreamFearlessly.
Legend helped the kids and their mentors play in a lot of fun and educational activities, like computer programming, using technology in a studio to mix and create music compositions and they even got a session on how a music video is shot and choreographed.
He posted a video to his Instagram from the day's event.
Today I’m here with @bbbsamerica to celebrate Bigs and Littles at @amfam’s One Saturday to #DreamFearlessly! I feel so inspired and was happy to help inspire these young people to pursue their dreams.
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The event took place at the Fine Line Cafe in downtown Minneapolis.