The Kabulakan Festival was first introduced in the year 2007, organized by the Tourism Council of the city and it is ineluctably attracting and inviting both for the local and foreign tourists. The Kabulakan Festival 2011 was scheduled in the entire month of May, intended to promote the tourism trade in the city even more.
Kabulakan Festival 2011 Parade
Enough reasons to look forward to the Kabulakan Festival 2012
Once more the streets of Dumaguete where filled with joy, laughter and during the Sandurot Street Dance Competition 2011. The start was a little bit delayed, so the competitors ran out of daylight. Therefore we couldn’t not make any group pictures. Following just a view pictures of the Sandurot Festival 2011 in Dumaguete.
Like each year, the booths at Buglasan 2011 were stuffed with arts, culinary delights and especially people. However, we found some free spots to make some nice snapshots for you to enjoy. First…
In the Booths at Sidlakan Negros Village
Buglasan 2011 Showdown
Of course the Showdown of Buglasan 2011 was the highlight together with the streetdance competition. We just could make a few snapshots and hope you still enjoy them:
Thanks to all participants and organizers to present us this great show
The Street Dance Parade of Buglasan 2011 was under a wonderful blue sky. This was great for the thousands of spectators of this years colorful parade, but very hard on the participants. Nevertheless, they try not to lose their smiles and performed their excellent dances multiple times while parading through the streets of Dumaguete City.
Pictures Buglasan 2011 – Streetdance Parade
Negros Oriental State University is the biggest public university of Negros Oriental. 7 satellite campuses of NORSU coming together once a year to celebrate the Hugyawan Festival highlighting the Founders Day celebrations. One of the highlights of this Festival the NORSU Founders Day Parade. It is always a colorful spectacle which gets the admiration of thousands of Dumagetenos.
2010 was no difference and the weather played along. Even it was very hot for the participants, they did an outstanding job and never lost their energy and smiles.
We hope you enjoyed the pictures of the Negros Oriental State University Hugyawan Festival. Better mark your calendar for next year, so you can watch the NORSU Founders Day Parade yourself.
Like each year, the street-dance competition was the highlight of this years Buglasan parade 2010. Lovely ladies, colorful costumes, great choreography and thousands of cheering spectators along the streets of Dumaguete City enjoyed this event.
We all look forward to the next celebration, the Dumaguete City Fiesta.
The sun was burning down the whole day. While the organizers were sitting in their aircon office, the participants of the Kabulakan 2010 parade were roasted at the assembly area outside Robinsons while waiting for the “go”. We were awaiting them at the boulevard. With starting 3 hours delayed, they reached the boulevard after sunset. therefore we could only take a few pictures with out snapshot. Hope you still enjoy the Kabulakan 2010 pictures.
Hope you still enjoy our few shots in the dark…
Buglasan Festival 2009 Street dancing was again big successful event. Guest and dumagueteños was exited and ready to witness the joyful dancing, colorful costume and of course to see the Queen of each different Cities and Municipalities from Negros Oriental.
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