Pinoy Festivals : Panagbenga Festival 2011 in Baguio City

The Panagbenga or the Baguio Flower Festival is an annual event in celebration of the "season of blooming" in Baguio City. Held during the month of February, it showcases floats decorated with flowers and street dancing presented by dancers in flower-inspired costumes. This is truly one Filipino festival that you shouldn't miss.

This year's theme is “The Environment and Community in Harmony".

Panagbenga Festival 2011 Schedule of Activities

February 01, 2011
Grand Opening Parade

February 01, – March 6, 2011
Market Encounter

February 12, 2011
Let A Thousand Flowers Bloom

February 13, 2011
Pre-Valentine Event & Fluvial Float Parade

February 26, 2011
Grand Panagbenga Street Parade

February 27, 2011
Grand Float Parade

February 28, 2011 – March 6, 2011
Session Road in Bloom

March 02, 2011
Pony Boys Day

March 03, 2011
Central North Luzon Tourism Fair

March 06, 2011
Grand Closing Ceremony and Grand Fireworks Display (Flowers in the Sky)

Since my trip to Davao this February is a bit expensive, I won't be able to be part of this year's festivities. Maybe next year! =D


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Axl Powerhouse Production Inc, said...

u gonna go there?

MOKS™ said...

sana matuloy ang bakasyon ko dyan this feb...hindi pa ko nakakapanood nyan...puro s tv lang...

Renz said...

ang haba pala ng panagbenga. month long.
Ang saya sa Baguio. Namimiss ko na!:]

siryoz0 said...

A great way to shout your stress out.Beautiful floats and multicolored costumes accompanied by energetic performances.Magnificient show!

Panagbenga 2011 schedule

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

Di pa ko naka attend nito kahit isang beses =(

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