Aliwan Fiesta 2012 Winners

This year’s competition was “tough, very tough,” with different festival tribes becoming more innovative, creative and serious about winning.  This competition was particularly challenging. Participants had to address a multitude difficulties, from the preparation of their tableau , costumes, music, up to the very detail of their presentation.

Each and every Festival rose to the challenge. Festival tribes delivered excellent and convincing presentations. And this year of Aliwan festival 2012 was the best compared to the past years, and it would be more exiting if Sinulog Festival Participated, but Lumad Basakanon of Cebu’s Sinulog Festival cannot participate again because Lumad basakanon “sinulog” is elevated to the Aliwan Fiesta Hall of Fame for winning the  championship for three consecutive years… ” 2007, 2008, 2009.”

Now, a new Hall of famer has been elevated to “Aliwan Fiesta Hall of fame”. Tribu Pan-ay of Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo City. they won the competition  Back to back to back. from”2010 to 2012″

Here are the winners For this years Competition

Runners up.

-Salakayan Festival of Miag-ao, Iloilo

-Pandang Gitab Festival of Calapan City

-Zamboanga Hermosa Festival of Zamboanga City

-Kalivungan Festival of North Cotabato

-Mamang-os at Kambingan Festival of Tuy, Batangas

-5th Place  Lembuhong Festival of Surallah, South Cotabato

-4th Place T’nalak Festival of the Province of South Cotabato

-3rd Place Lingganay Festival of alang-alang, Leyte

-2nd Place  Buyogan Festival of Abuyog, Leyte

-Grand Slam Winner Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo City

Congratulations to all of the winners.. “_”

“More Photographs Soon”


17 thoughts on “Aliwan Fiesta 2012 Winners

  1. It is more fun in the Philippines. I hope you would get to visit Mindanao especially during their respective fiestas. Your photos are beautiful. You accurately capturedwhat the human eye would see and store in its memory box. Great job, Keep it up!

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