Issue of June 10, 2018
     
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Tabuk calls for entries for 17th Matagoan Fest street dancing
by PIA release

Tabuk City, Kalinga is opening its doors for the 17th Matagoan Festival to performers from other parts of the country.

This year, an enhanced street dance parade competition will highlight the event on June 23 with the city government calling for street dancing contingents from all over the country to join the annual celebration.

Matagoan street dancing chair and Tourism Officer Arlyn Ethel Odiem said there will be eight performing groups chosen to compete for the grand parade.

Odiem said the champion will receive P200,000 while the 1st runner-up will get P150,000. The 2nd runner-up will receive P100,000 while consolation prizes of P50,000 each will be given to other winners.

A financial assistance will also be given to each of the final contingents to augment their expenses for the preparation of the presentation, food, and transportation. 

Each entry must consist of a minimum of 50 to a maximum of 70 participants including dancers and musicians who will have to comply with the theme, “Dagti parabor ti Apo intay pagyamanan, Matagoan pagmaymaysaan, isu tulbek pag dur-asana.

The festival aims to establish a venue of culture and arts exchange program of different communities through the enhanced cultural street dance parade competition for the preservation and promotion of our rich Filipino culture as well as raise awareness and appreciation of our Filipino culture most especially to the young generation.

Tabuk City is also celebrating its 11th founding anniversary from June 20 to 30 to commemorate the declaration of Tabuk as the “zone of life (matagoan).”

For details, interested parties may contact the Tourism Office at 0905-188-5554, 0929-303-1390, or through tabuktourism@yahoo.com.


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