Chicago Wolves host Faith and Fellowship Night Game & Concert

Chicago Wolves host Faith and Fellowship Night Game & Concert

Chicago Wolves host Faith and Fellowship Night, presented by Judson University.

The Chicago Wolves invite you to join hundreds of other churches from the Chicago area for the Wolves' sixth Faith and Fellowship Night, presented by Judson University, on Saturday, Feb. 21. This night is dedicated to providing church groups a memorable night of fun, fellowship, and song!

Each ticket purchased through a Chicago Wolves representative includes a free hat and admittance to the post game concert.
Groups of 15 or more also receive group recognition on our scoreboard.
Groups of 30 or more also receive group recognition on our scoreboard and a special gift!
Groups of 75 or more, call to learn more.
Come out with your family or bring your group to receive the most savings with TICKETS AS LOW AS $13.50!

To reserve seats, book your group, and save money on tickets, contact Mike Czopek directly at 847-832-1948,, or call 1-800-THE-WOLVES.


David Dunn - Post Game Concert

David Dunn - Post Game Concert

In a world where conformity is often the path of least resistance, singer/songwriter David Dunn has always managed to stand out in a crowd. And considering he grew up with three brothers and two sisters in a city where working in the oil industry is practically a given, that’s really saying something.

Before forging his own path as a musician, however, all roads pointed to a future career in engineering. It wasn't a move totally out of left field since that's what David majored in. But as he indulged his inner nerd at Texas Tech University and even enjoyed his studies to a certain degree, David also felt an undeniable pull toward more creative pursuits.

For some music lovers, writing songs and performing is more of a hobby, but for David, an honors student who moonlighted as a singer/songwriter, playing the local acoustic scene in Lubbock only added fuel to his passion. In fact, during his senior year, David seriously upped the ante by recording his first full-length album
before heading to Africa for 13 months of humanitarian and missions work.

After what he describes as "probably the biggest growth period of my life," David returned to the States with a horrible case of malaria and plenty of songwriting fodder. As David tweaked his sound and continued writing about "the things he cared about," it became increasingly clear that his engineering degree would remain unused.

Don't miss out on your chance to watch a Chicago Wolves ice hockey game and concert by David Dunn.

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