October 26, 2021
Yesterday, December 6, 2014 was my second time to witness the street dance parade – a part of the activity in celebrating the Sinukwan festival. Last year, I went there to watch together with my family and decided to watched it again this year because I was amazed by the performance of the contestants and this year is way better than last year. The experience is so amazing! It was priceless.
It was held at Robinson’s Star Mills, Pampanga. This festival relieves the kapampangan spirit with a week-long calendar of cultural revivals. It memorializes Aring Sinukwan which is said to be the God of ancient kapampangans as various events for the festival are lined up. Activities include native photo contest, cultural pageants, trade fairs of food and crafts, cultural shows, and street dancing competition.
That’s my brother together with his friend who is part of the competition
Upon watching the event, expect to see colorful street dancing parade, featuring huge crowd.The celebration also showcases music, talent, and native rituals of the Kapampangans or the people of Pampanga, as contingents from the towns of Pampanga outdo each other singing and dancing the Atin Cu Pung Singsing