Davao’s Kadayawan Festival has earned its prestige as one of the most beautiful ethnic celebrations in the country, and remains to be a dazzling spectacle like the street dancing performances and float parades.
Here is an infographic on the 11 Lumad and Muslim communities in Davao City that together with an abundant harvest are the reasons why we are celebrating the 31st Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival.
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Rekado Filipino Comfort Food offers a delectable preparation of crab delights on the menu in time for the city celebration of Kadayawan
Avid fans of this festival who can’t make it to Davao can enjoy all the fun straight from their TV screen at home as SKYcable and Destiny Cable digital postpaid and prepaid TV subscribers get exclusive live access to the major Kadayawan Festival events through SKY Free View.
Brace yourself as Davao’s premier shopping and lifestyle destination joins the city’s celebration of Kadayawan Festival. From August 8 to September 5, enjoy a feast of arts, eats, beats and shopping deals at SM Lanang Premier. Here are 8 awesome ways to get into the vibe.
This Kadayawan weekend, troop to Davao’s premier shopping, lifestyle and entertainment destination to enjoy free access to great musical acts and local bands. SM Lanang Premier brings you the ‘Kadayawan World Vibe Music Fest’ from August 15 to 17 at The Fountain Court grounds.
As I am no longer doing a live coverage of the Kadayawan Festival parade for two days with my beloved SkyCable TV crew (yes, I have already retired from years of sun-drenched, fun coverage in the streets from an epic 2001 until 2012) I shall probably be moving around the city to shoot on my own or with buddies I meet. I am no longer armed with a microphone but my trusty camera gears and probably a selfie monopod for good measure (helps parlay potential pickpockets?). I shall miss the fun with the Sky Crew.
August 15, 2014 is declared by Malacanang Palace as a Special Non-Working Day in Davao City in celebration of the Kadayawan Festival this month.