Little Miss Ann is a Chicago-based, Filipina-American, nationally touring kids’ musician who has made 7 award-winning Family Music albums. She is also a former Chicago Public School teacher, an instructor at Chicago’s iconic Old Town School of Folk Music, a social rights activist, and a first-generation Filipina American. She has played everywhere from Lollapalooza kids’ stage to South by Southwest, to Nashville’s Pilgrimage Festival. Many of her songs have been featured on Sirius XM Kids Place Live and other notable family music radio programs. Whether Ann is singing about Ube, a Filipino purple yam, or the 606, a landmark trail in Chicago, her music themes will inspire kids to let their own light shine in their own families as well as in their communities. Families, get ready to dance, sing and jump along at this fun musical performance!