Pankaj Indian Cuisine and Pankaj House of Indian Fashions bring to you the Holi Festival of Colors 2016 in SM Lanang Premier at the main entrance car park on March 19, 2016 from 4pm to 12 midnight. This is the second Holi Festival celebration in Davao City, with last year’s festivities attended by a good number of Indian nationals, and both Filipinos and foreigners. This year, more participants are expected to come.
Here comes Park Inn by Radisson Davao joining the Kadayawan festivities by upgrading its best seller Supersize meals with a delectable twist called Supersize Boodle Fight, which starts on August 15 until August 31. This will be served daily for lunch and dinner at RBG’s all day dining restaurant.
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.
30th Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival Schedule of Events
The first ever Davao Pomelo Festival came to a wrap last weekend coinciding with the conclusion of the Visit Davao Fun Sale (VDFS). The five-week feast enticed throngs of tourists and locals to celebrate the city’s favorite fruit at The Fountain Court grounds of the metro’s premier shopping and lifestyle destination – SM Lanang Premier.
Pomelo Festival at Vikings SM Lanang fully supports the local fruit industry with its famous sweet Davao pomelo as prime source of culinary concoctions from April 11 to May 17, 2015.
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.
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.
An excerpt from my article, Colors of Kadayawan sa Dabaw 2012 Photography © Jojie Alcantara I am lucky to have spanned a decade of covering Mindanao’s most colorful and biggest festival in the islands. Through my work in the media as a TV anchor, columnist and photographer, I have been able to document more than a bird’s eye view of the dazzling pomp and spectacle that is Davao’s Kadayawan Festival, which earned its prestige as one of the most beautiful ethnic celebrations in the country. With this year’s theme of “Ten Tribes, One Vibe”, the city has fully embraced the legacy of our ethnicity and diversity, while paying respects to the traditional rituals of our ancestors in thanksgiving to spirits who watch over our domain and the bounty of harvest that we are blessed to be receiving. Kadayawan, from the dialect “madayaw” meaning well and good, is a celebration of the goodness and harmony in life. I share with you my photos from a lucky proximity and vantage perspective. If you find my festival …