Kadayawan Festival 2010

Kadayawan 2010 photos: click links below to view my photos on Flickr.

Kadayan Festival Streetdance Competition 2010

1-Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan: Streetdance Competition I

2-Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan: Streetdance Competition II

3-Pamulak Festival: Float Parade I

4-Pamulak Festival: Float Parade II

Kadayawan 2010 Participant

See Related Post/s: Kadayawan 2011 Photos

My previous post in anticipation of Kadayawan 2010:

In less than a month from now, I will be having my first Kadayawan experience! The festival is Davao’s most anticipated event every year. What makes me more excited is that participanting tribes all over Mindanao for the street dance-parade will converge right in front of where I am staying here in Davao, along Roxas Avenue, as the starting point of the parade. Camera, check!

Here’s the promotional video of Kadayawan 2010 – “K10:”

In the meantime, here’s the KADAYAWAN FESTIVAL 2010 EVENTS
(As of July 19, 2010)

PANAGTAGBO:
August 16-22, 6-8 PM
Venue: Peoples’ Park
The converging of the Ata Manobo, Ubo Manobo, K’lata, Tagabawa, Matigsalog, Maranao, Maguindanao, Tausug, Sama and Kalagan tribes, celebrating thanksgiving of their oneness with the earth through performances, culinary fiesta and age-old craftsmanship integrated in a program that showcases their strength as diverse peoples of Davao.

TRADE FAIR:
August 16-22, 2010
Venue: Sanguniang Panlungsod Lobby
A bazaar of proudly Davao-made goods produced and manufactured by organizations that encourages entrepreneurship and empowerment participated by the women of Davao City.

FESTIVAL OPENING:
August 20, 2010
Venue: Rizal Park
The official launch of the 25th Kadayawan Festival highlighted by performances of the different tribes of Davao City.

HUDYAKAAN:
August 20-22, 5:00 PM-2 AM
Venue: Bolton Street (Beside Sanguniang Panlungsod)
An evening street event that features music and food. A street festival, Davao-style.

HIYAS SA KADAYAWAN:
August 20, 2010, 8 PM
Venue: Almendras Gym,
Search for the Kadayawan symbol, the indigenous lass who is knowledgeable of her indigenous culture and wisdom through a pageantry of Mindanaoan myths and legends.

INDAK INDAK SA KADALANAN:
August 21. 2010, 8 AM
Venue: Major thoroughfares of the city
The Indak Indak sa Kadalanan or the street dancing parade showcases the different colors, cultures and traditional dances of the different tribes of Davao and Mindanao.

PAMULAK FLORAL FLOAT PARADE:
August 22, 8 AM
Venue: Major thoroughfares of the city
The grand finale of the Kadayawan Festival, the Pamulak is a mobile display of the blooming of flowers and ripening of fruits in creatively decorated floats on parade, showcasing the abundance of vegetation in the Davao Region.

Pictures of Kadayan Festival 2010 shall be uploaded in this site.

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