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* Iloilo Dinagyang Art Festival –Jan. 18 to 25 Dinagyang has been voted the “besttourism event” three times in a row – 2006, 2007 and 2008 – by the Associationof Tourism Officers in the Philippines. Photo by Ian Paul Cordero/PN “Pamukaw” is Hiligaynon for “wakeupcall.” From 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. participatingDinagyang ati tribes competitioncontingents would gather at various public plazas and simultaneously play theirdrums and perhaps give a sneak peek of their Jan. 26 performance. * religious sadsad – Jan. 25 In previous years, the “Pamukaw” was aparade of the tribes. Not this time, according to the Iloilo FestivalsFoundation, Inc. (IFFI) that the city government has tapped to organize the2020 edition of Dinagyang. * Festive Parade Sponsors MardiGras – Jan. 25 * fireworks display – Jan. 24 * Dinagyang sa Calle Real – Jan.25 This Dinagyang Festival 2020 “Pamukaw”aims to kick-start the festive mood as Ilonggos prepare for the annualfestivity next month. * Floats Parade of Lights – Jan.24 The highlight of the festival is onJan. 26, 2020 – the tribes competition. Dinagyang Festival started in1967. A replica of the Santo Niño de Cebu was brought from Cebu to the San Josede Placer Church. The image was enthusiastically received by the Ilonggos whodanced on the streets of Iloilo City./PN * fluvial and solemn footprocession – Jan. 24 * Miss Iloilo 2020 – Jan. 24 The venues are Arevalo plaza,Mandurriao plaza, Molo plaza, Jaro plaza, La Paz plaza, Plaza Libertad,Sunburst Park, and SM City Iloilo. * Tambor Trumpa Martsa Musika –Jan. 24 ILOILO City – For an hour on Dec. 14,this city would be rumbling with drums. The IFFI has lined up the followingDinagyang 2020 activities: Dinagyang is the Hiligaynon word forrevelry or merrymaking. The festival is known for its participants’ impressivechoreography and striking costumes that reflect Ilonggo ingenuity,craftsmanship and artistry. In Arevalo plaza the tribe assigned isMolave; it’s Familia Sagrada at Mandurriao plaza; Tribu Parianon at Molo plaza;Tribu Kanyao at Jaro plaza; Tribu Aninipay at La Paz plaza; Tribu Hamili andTribu Sagasa at Plaza Libertad; Tribu Panaad at Sunburst Park; and Tribu Angolaat SM City City. * Ilonggo Food Festival – Jan. 23to 26 * Dinagyang 360° – Jan. 26 Participants in the “Dagyang sa Calle”slated on Jan. 25 will also be joining the “Pamukaw”.