Chicago Fire Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Night

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Join the Fire for the Club’s annual Hispanic Heritage Night during the September 23rd match against New England. One of this season’s most anticipated giveaways, the first 5,000 fans to enter Soldier Field will receive a Fire-themed Luchador Mask as part of the night’s festivities! Be there as the Fire recognize the incredible contributions and rich culture of Chicago’s Hispanic community. Activations throughout match day will include: National Anthem performance by Mariachi Monumental de México, with the nation’s colors being presented by the Cook County Sheriff’s Department; Chicago Samba and their Dancers will bring the entertainment at Dr Pepper Stage in Second Star Pub of South Courtyard performing Pasa Doble pre-match and at halftime; Season Ticket Members & Premium Fieldside Guests will hear Flamenco Guitarist, Hector Fernandez, performing pre-match and at halftime in Midway Club; Hancock High School Dance Team will be performing in South Courtyard and Necalli Cultural Movement at the entrance of Midway Club pre-match; Luchador Wrestlers mingle with fans throughout the stadium and join CFFC PA Announcer, Tico Fernandez for the Starting XI Presentation in the South Courtyard; Lucky fans will be chosen to receive select items from the Chicago Fire’s new Nuestro Fire merch collection; Play Loteria to win traditional Hispanic candy and get creative in Kids Zone with arts and crafts and coloring sheets to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month; and take photos and pose with tricked out Lowrider cars outside Soldier Field at the south side of the Stadium. The featured item of the match will be MLS Hispanic Heritage Pre-Match Tops, which will be worn by players pregame. For more information, visit

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