The Chicago Wolves have designated their American Hockey League game on Saturday, Feb. 21, against the San Antonio Rampage as Faith and Fellowship Night. Singer/songwriter David Dunn headlines the evening with a postgame concert presented by Judson University and 94.3 K-LOVE Radio.
Dunn has recorded five albums of pop and alt-rock music that are infused with his life experiences, which include growing up in Texas, earning an engineering degree at Texas Tech University, and serving as a missionary in Africa. Dunn’s list of credits also features an appearance on NBC-TV’s “The Voice.”
Dunn’s performance will mark the second time in Allstate Arena history a concert has followed up a sporting event. The first occurred last year when Citizen Way — a critically acclaimed Elgin-based band — delivered a powerful show after the Wolves defeated the Abbotsford Heat 5-3.
“Judson University and the School of Leadership and Business are excited to partner with the Chicago Wolves for Faith and Fellowship Night,” said Dr. David L. Cook, the interim dean for Judson University’s School of Leadership of Business. “Great hockey and great music make for a great night of entertainment. It is also an opportunity for Judson to make more people aware of our mission to ‘shape lives that shape the world’ through our many academic programs for traditional, adult and graduate students on campus and online.”
To get the best deals on tickets for Faith and Fellowship Night, visit ChicagoWolves.com or call 1-800-THE-WOLVES.