One of the most prestigious events in Negros Oriental is the Buglasan Festival 2018. The street dancing and Showdown was held last October 19. Read more!
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The Buglasan Festival 2017 Showdown and Street Dancing was nothing else but a big success for all. Find some great pictures here in our galleries!
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The Tayasan Festival 2017 was a colorful event under blue skies with the sun smiling down on everybody. Check our galleries of ths colorful event.
The Sandurot Festival 2016 Street Dancing and Showdown was nothing short of a huge success. Check out some pictures of the event here.
The high-light Buglasan Festival is the showdown and the street dancing. Find Buglasan Festival 2016 – Showdown & Street Dancing pictures here!
The weather god was once again with Dumaguete and Negros Oriental during the Street Dancing Parade of the Buglasan Festival 2015.
The Kapaw Festival 2015 in Basay was a full success. The municipality of Basay was on its feet and a fully packed gym cheered for all four contestants participating in the showdown. When the street dance competition started the streets of the town were one big party.
Street Dancing at Kapaw Festival 2015
Basay Street Dance Competition – Kapaw Festival
The 66th Charter Day Parade occupied yesterday the streets of Dumaguete. Lead by our beloved Mayor Manuel “Chiquitting” Sagarbarria and Congressman George Arnaiz, the parade started at Quezon Park up to Real Street to turn north and end at the Silliman Ballfield. Therefore our first gallery is for the officials of the City of Gentle People
After the Dumaguete Government Officials were countless organizations from Police Department to the Little Children of the Philippines and from Paintballers to Cosplayers. Here are some of them:
Without stepping on anybodies toes, the highlight were of course the marching bands in their colorful costumes spread throughout the parade. We have so many pictures, that we split the gallery in two parts for a better loading time
The Buglasan 2014 – Showdown and Street Dance was traditionally held on Friday. This day was also a special regional holiday. As it could be expected, the Macias Sports Complex and the streets of Dumaguete were packed and it appeared that whole Negros Oriental came to its capital to enjoy the festival of festivals. After all judges, politicians, celebrities and beauty-queens were present, the show finally could start.
Eight participants were competing in different categories. The ninth performer was Sta. Catalina with the famous Pakol Festival. They did not participate, as their little monkeys always got the heart of the audience and the judges and basically won all Buglasan competitions over the last years. For this achievement, they got rewarded with the “Golden Slam” and a nice big trophy. It need to be said that Sibulans Yag Yag festival would be a serious competitor for the dance-troop from Sta Catalina and it would be a close call who gets the title at Buglasan 2014 – Showdown and Street Dance.
Following some pictures we took at the Buglasan 2014 – Showdown and Street Dance
1 – Bayawan Tawo Tawo Festival
2 – Sibulan Yag-Yag Festival
4 – Jimalalud – Hambabalud Festival
5 – Dumaguete – Sandurot Festival
6 – San Jose – Ayuquitan Festival
7 – Bais -Hudyaka Festival
8 – Tanjay – Bod Bod Festival
9 – Sta. Catalina – Pakol Festival
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