DINAGYANG FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

2015 DINAGYANG FESTIVAL.Photo from Dinagyang Festival site

DINAGYANG FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

One of the most spectacular festival in the Philippines, Dinagyang in Iloilo will be staged again this January 2015 and the highlights of which shall be on the 4th. Fans of the Dinagyang Festival shall never miss the highlights which include   Ati-Ati Competition, the Kasadyahan Festival, the foot and fluvial procession, and the religious sadsad or religious street dance.

Jojo Vito Designs Gallery will be designing and executing the new trophies for 2015 Dinagyang Festival.

All hotels in Iloilo are almost fully booked as of this writing but few others have still available rooms during the highlights days.

For your hotel bookings you can check listings of Hotels and Inns in Iloilo City here—http://www.toponmylist.com/list-places-hotels-stay-iloilo-city/

Below are the lists of some of the most awaited  events of the upcoming Dinagyang Festival  in Iloilo City.

 2015 DINAGYANG FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

January 2015

January 9 (Friday) at 3:00PM – Opening Salvo along the Street Parade Route (Iloilo Provincial Capitol to Freedom Grandstand)

January 21 (Wednesday) at 7:00PM – Miss Iloilo Dinagyang 2015 Coronation Night at University of San Agustin Gym

January 22-25 (Thursday to Sunday) from 5:00PM onwards – Dinagyang IHRRA Food Festival at Delgado Street

January 23 (Friday) from 7:00PM onwards – 5th Annual Dinagyang Festival Luces in the Sky Pyrolimpics – SM City Iloilo Carpark, Mandurriao District

January 23 (Friday) at 3:00PM – Salvo of a Thousand Drums at Arroyo Fountain Area

January 23 (Friday) at 8:00AM – Tambor Trumpa Martsa Musika from Bonifacio Drive to Freedom Grandstand

January 23 (Friday) at 3:00PM – Religious Fluvial and Solemn Foot Procession of the image of Santo Niño de Cebu. From Fort San Pedro to Iloilo Customs House, followed by solemn foot procession to San Jose de Placer Church

January 24 (Saturday) at 8:00AM – Kasadyahan Regional Festival along the Street Parade Route

January 24 (Saturday) at 2:00PM – Sponsors Mardi-Gras along the Street Parade Route (refer to festival route map for details)

January 24 (Saturday) at 7:00PM – Religious Sadsad at San Jose de Placer Parish Church

January 25 (Sunday) at 6:00AM – Concelebrated High Mass at San Jose de Placer Parish Church

January 25 (Sunday) at 8:00AM – Iloilo Dinagyang Ati Tribe Competition along the Street Parade Route

January 25 (Sunday) at 7:00PM – Awarding Ceremonies at Freedom Grandstand

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Default Comments (9)

9 Comments:

  1. I’ve never seen Dinagyang festival but I want to see it. Maybe next year.

  2. ohh! I am soo excited for this. I live in Iloilo and I cannot wait!

  3. I've never seen the Dinagyang Festival but I'd love to do so one day. It's kinda too late already for me to make travel plans for next month but we'll see if I can go in 2016. 🙂

  4. I've never been in a festival like this, hoping to visit one next year.

  5. I’m sure a lot of people would be watching Dinagyang Festival. It’s loaded with activities the makes it really festive.

  6. looks like this would be another one great festival. i wish i will get the chance to see it in person 🙂

  7. Iloilo I am coming for you.. Can't wait!

  8. May De Jesus-Palacpac

    Dinagyang is one of the festivals I'd like to take my kids to see. I, myself, have not been to one as I'm a late-bloomer on anything cultural. Thanks for the schedule. I'll ask my husband if he can take off so we can go experience this.

  9. Richelle Louise Banta

    This is one of the festivals I would like to attend but I can't because of school schedule 🙁 I'm sure a lot of tourists and locals will be at Dinagyang Festival and it would one of the great ways to start the year. 🙂

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