GLENVIEW, Ill. — The Chicago Wolves welcome professional recording artist Julianna Zobrist for an exclusive postgame concert, presented by Judson University, following the team’s 7 p.m. game against the Rockford IceHogs on Saturday, Feb. 4, at Allstate Arena.
Zobrist, who performed “God Bless America” prior to Game 4 of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians, has released three collections of original music since 2009. The singer-songwriter’s beliefs shine through in a variety of accessible musical styles, including pop and electronic dance music. Her concert highlights the Wolves’ eighth annual Faith and Fellowship Night.
“Judson University is pleased to sponsor the Chicago Wolves’ Faith and Fellowship Night and host Christian singer Julianna Zobrist, who shared her faith story in a chapel service at Judson a few months ago,” said Judson Assistant Professor and Chair of Professional Studies Dr. Susan Wesner. “Wolves fans will have the opportunity to learn how Judson helps individuals who dream of finishing their academic goals or taking that next step to earn a master’s degree at a Christian university.”
Zobrist and her husband, Ben, are the parents of three young children. They balance their family life with Ben’s professional baseball career (he helped the Kansas City Royals win the 2015 World Series and earned the 2016 World Series MVP award for the Cubs) and Julianna’s music career. She released her first full-length album, “Shatterproof,” in July.
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