Posted by January 14, 2013on
Every merry month of February, the City of Baguio comes into a full bloom as it celebrates the annual Panagbenga or more popularly known as the Baguio Flower Festival.
Various activities are lined up every year, participated by the different private and public sectors.
among the highlights if the festival that should not be missed are the Grand Street Dancing Parade and the Grand Floral Float Parade.
Every year thousands of tourists come to Baguio City, known for its crisp climate to enjoy the spectacle every month of February. Many schools and organizations from the nearby towns also join the streetdancing and the floral parade parade, making the festivities even more colorful and livelier.
Dancer garbed in traditional Cordillera attire, students from various schools and groups would perform traditional dances during the street dancing competition.
Check out the schedule of this year’s Panagbenga Festival 2013 below. schedule of activities is still subject to change.
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February 1, 2013
Grand Opening Parade (Panagbenga Park to Athletic Bowl)
Drum and Lyre Competition (elementary Division)
February 10, 2013
Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom (Melvin Jones)
Fluvia float Parade (Burnham Lake)
February 23, 2013
Grand Streetdancing Parade (Panagbenga Park to Athletic Bowl)
February 24, 2013
Grand Float Parade (Panagbenga Park to Athletic Bowl)
February 25, 2013
Session road in Bloom (Session Road)
March 4, 2013
Closing ceremonies (Athletic Bowl)
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