According to the Star Tribune Minneapolis was one of a handful of cities that was chosen for the American Family Insurance "One Saturday to Dream Fearlessly" Campaign. The event was attended by kids and adults for the Big Brothers Big Sisters and all they knew going in was someone special was going to be a guest at the event.

Needless to say when Legend walked it he was met with cheers and screams of delight. He spent time hanging out with the kids and even played two songs as well. According to Pat Cooper who is the board Vice Chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters in Minneapolis an event like this can really help bring awareness to the organization . Right now 2,100 kids are part of the program with another 700 on a waiting list.

Legend also took the time to talk to the kids about working hard and following their dreams.