Archive for December, 2008
Sunday, December 28th, 2008
The much awaited festival of Iloilo, The Dinagyang Festival 2009, is on the move and was kick-off last December 1, 2008. The executive committee of the Dinagyang Festival is prepparing for this festival to fulfill its objective giving another best festival for tourist and local visitors. The local government of Ilolo together with the Executive Committee of the Dinagyang Festival 2009 and the Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Incorporated (IDFI) promise to visitors especially the balikbayans and tourist that the Dinagyang Festival 2009 will be a fun-filled celeration and full of excitement.
Monday, December 22nd, 2008
February is the month of celebration in Baguio City, the Summer Capital of the Philippines. The 14th edition of the Panagbenga Festival also known as the Flower Festival is a month long activities in Baguio. This year Panagbenga festival with its theme “Our festival…Yours, Too” has been launched as early as October 13, 2008.
Saturday, December 20th, 2008
One of the biggest and popular festival in the Philippines and is the most awaited by all, the Sinulog Festival will is set to take the center stage this coming January 18, 2009 in Cebu City Philippines. The Sinulog Festival 2009 is the grandest and the most anticipated festival in Central Visayas. The Sinulog Festival will again display its glorious and exciting celebration in honor of the Holy Child Jesus, The Santo Nino under “One beat, One dance, One vision”. Cebu City will celebrate the Sinulog Festival 2009 with many activities that are lined up by the organizers and local government from January 9-18, 2009 with the main event, the Sinulog Grand Parade.
Thursday, December 18th, 2008
The world famous Ati-atihan Festival of Kalibo Aklan, the Mother of all Philippine festival is fast approaching and the people of this province with the local government and festival organizers are busy preparing for the said event. The Ati-atihan festival 2009 of Kalibo Aklan always commence in the 3rd week of January and this year, the Ati-atihan Festival will be celebrated from January 13 to 19, 2009.