Three Little Birds is a modern-day fairytale for children ages four and up about the zany adventures of shy, 11-year-old Ziggy. The production is based on a children’s story of the same name penned by Cedella Marley, the first-born daughter of reggae artists Bob and Rita Marley. According to Cedella, “‘Three Little Birds’ is one of Dad’s sweetest songs. It’s geared towards children with the message of love, no matter what hardships we go through.” Three Little Birds is a vivid, inspiring celebration that uses the music of Bob Marley to illustrate themes such as joy, love and compassion. Tickets for the family-friendly performance start at $19 for adults and $11 for youth. For tickets and more information, visit

Three Little Birds
Monday, Feb. 15, 7pm
Sangamon Auditorium
1 University Plaza
$19 adult, $11 children

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