Dinagyang 2017 Winners

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Dinagyang Ati-ati Competition 2017

MAJOR AWARDS:

  • Champion –Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School
  • 1st runner-up –Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
  • 2nd runner-up –Tribu Ilonganon of Jalandoni Memorial National High School
  • 3rd runner-up –Tribu Paghidaet of Lapaz National High School
  • 4th runner-up –Tribu Pan-ay of Fort San Pedro National High School

MINOR AWARDS:

  • Best Choreographer –Panayanon
  • Best Costume Designer –Salognon
  • Best Headdress –Panayanon
  • Best Musical Director –Salognon
  • Best in Discipline –Ilonganon
  • Best Music –Salognon
  • Best in Costume –Salognon
  • Best in Street Dancing –Salognon
  • Best in Choreography –Panayanon
  • Best in Performance –Salognon

OPENING SALVO AWARDS:

  • Best Overall performance –Salognon
  • Best in Costume –Salognon
  • Best in Discipline – Salognon

Kasadyahan Regional Festival Competition

MAJOR AWARDS:

  • Champion –Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan of Guimaras
  • 1st runner-up –Tribu Tatusan of Caluya, Antique
  • 2nd runner-up –Pintados de Pasi of Passi City
  • 3rd runner-up –Tinabuay Festival of Murcia, Negros Occidental
  • 4th runner-up – Tribu Salakayan of Miag-ao

MINOR AWARDS:

  • Best in Costume – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best in Music – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best Musical Director – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best in Choreography – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best Choreographer – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best Performance – Hubon Binagtong sa Manggahan
  • Best in Street Dancing – Pintados de Pasi

Tambur Trumpa Martsa Musika

High School Level

MAJOR AWARDS:

  • Champion – Iloilo City National High School
  • 1st runner Up – Ramon Avanceña NHS

MINOR AWARDS:

  • Best in Performance – Iloilo City NHS
  • Best in Costume – Iloilo City NHS
  • Best in Music – Iloilo City NHS

Elementary Level

MAJOR AWARDS:

  • Champion – Mandurriao Elem. School
  • 1st Runner Up – Arevalo Elem.School
  • 2nd Runner Up – Banate Central Elem. School
  • 3rd Runner Up – Lapaz Elem. School
  • 4th Runner Up – Jaro 1 Elem. School

MINOR AWARDS:

  • Best in Music – Mandurriao Elem.School
  • Best in Costume – Mandurriao Elem.School
  • Best in Performance – Mandurriao Elem. School

Best in Discipline- Banate Central Elem.School

Sponsors’ Mardi Gras

  • Grand Winner – University of San Agustin
  • Best in Choreography – University of San Agustin
  • Best Float – International Pharmaceutical Incorporated
  • Best in Music- Jollibee
  • Best in Costume – University of San Agustin
Photo Contest Mechanics

Dinagyang Photo Contest 2017 Official Rules & Contest Mechanics

Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation is introducing a new category for the 2017 Dinagyang Photo Contest. In addition to the Ati Contest and Festival Categories, there will be an Open Editing/Fine Art Category. Any photo of an ATI (individual or group) during their performance may be digitally altered with image editing software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) to create a Photo Fine Art. Image composites and deliberately staged or posed shots are not allowed.

Photos will be judged with the following criteria: 40% – creativity and originality, 30% – composition (technical excellence and quality) and 30% – artistic merit (wow factor).

Photo Eligibility: This photo contest is OPEN TO ALL photography enthusiasts

Entry fee of P50.00 per photo is required.

Photographers who opt to have a Photographers ID Pass shall apply for pre-accreditation at the Iloilo City Public Information Office c/o Perla Lena. Accreditation guidelines and forms can be obtained from the official website of the Dinagyang 2017.

By submitting the photograph for consideration, the photographer attests that:

  • Entry is an original photograph
  • S/he created the image and owns full copyright to pictures submitted.
  • Entrant is prepared to certify this attestation on request
  • Submitted image has not been published
  • Submitted image was taken during the 2017 Dinagyang Festival
  • Submissions are in compliance with the legal and copyright laws

Each participant can submit a MAXIMUM total of 9 entries with a three entries maximum per category. Those who have accredited Photographers ID pass are allotted 5 free entries.

CATEGORIES

There are three (3) categories for the Dinagyang 2017 Photo Contest:

I. ATI CONTEST CATEGORY

The subject can either be an ATI participant (individual or group) taken strictly during their performances inside the official judging areas on January 22, 2017. Deliberately staged or posed shots are not allowed.

II. FESTIVAL CATEGORY

These are any photos taken during the entire Dinagyang Festivities with the exception of performance inside the judging area during the ATI performances (January 22, 2017) particular emphasis on the theme depicting the celebration. Subject maybe an ATI or KASADYAHAN participant/s (solo or group shots) during the celebration proper or during any of the official Dinagyang Foundation sanctioned activity, such as, the fluvial procession. Deliberately staged or posed shots are not allowed.

III. FINE ART / OPEN EDIT CATEGORY

Show off your post processing skills in this category, edit and photoshop to your hearts content. Composites photos will not be allowed. The subject can either be an ATI participant (individual or group) taken during their performances or their performance route on the theme depicting the celebration. Deliberately staged or posed shots are not allowed.

PHOTO FORMAT / ENTRY DETAILS (for ATI and Festival categories)

Each entry must be taken with a digital or film camera and submitted in either an 8×10 of 8×12 matte color paper without border.

Entries must also be accompanied by the digital file (either in JPEG or RAW) on a CD/DVD must at least be 2000×3000 pixels All digital copies must contain the original EXIF data. Tampered EXIF data may subject entries to this categories for disqualification

Photos taken with film negatives must be scanned into a digital image file (JPEG/TIFF) and submitted on a CD/DVD in actual size with 150 dpi or higher resolution. The original negatives may be requested for clarification purposes.

All photographs should accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appears. Top entries will automatically be compared to the submitted digital copies. Editing should be limited to global adjustments only. Images that do not meet these requirements may not be judged at the judging panel and/or Contest Secretariats discretion.

Participants should write on a piece of paper their name, address & contact number, email address taped on the back of each of their photo entries. Digital copies are to be renamed with the participants name and category the photo is submitted. Example filename: JuanDeLaCruz_Ati_01 or JohnDoe_Street_01. These, plus the CD/DVD, should be sealed in a long size brown envelope for submission.

PHOTO FORMAT / ENTRY DETAILS (for Open Edit / Fine Art category)

Each entry must be taken with a digital or film camera and submitted in either an 8×10 or 8×12 matte color paper without border.

Entries must also be accompanied by the original and edited digital file (either in JPEG or RAW) on a CD/DVD must at least be 2000×3000 pixels. Original digital copies must contain the EXIF data. Tampered EXIF data may subject entries to this category for disqualification. (to prove images are not composites)

All photographs could be edited beyond the original image and still accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appears. Any form of Global or local editing is allowed and encouraged in this category. Composite images are not allowed and will be disqualified

Images that do not meet these requirements may or may not be judged at the judging panels and/or Contest Secretariats discretion.

Participants should write on a piece of paper their name, address & contact number, email address taped on the back of each of their photo entries. Digital copies are to be renamed with the participants name and category the photo is submitted. Example: JuanDeLeCruz_FineArt_01. These, plus the CD/DVD, should be sealed in a long size brown envelope for submission.

CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST

By submitting their images to the contest, entrant indicates that s/he has read the rules and conditions of the contest and accepts the terms listed below:
• You confirm to the contest organizers that you shot the photo, that you are the rightful owner of the photo, and that you have obtained any necessary third‐party releases. The contest organizers reserve the right to request your copy of any personal release, location release or artist release.
• Photographer retains the copyrights to his/her images, but grants to the Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Inc., (IDFI), Department of Tourism (DOT), Iloilo Business Club, and the Offices of the City and Province of Iloilo without need for attribution, prior permission or additional pay or consideration: the right to use the submitted images royalty‐free, world‐wide and in perpetuity; the non‐ exclusive license to copy, display, distribute, reproduce, and create derivative works of the submitted images, in whole or in part, in any media now existing or subsequently developed, for all non‐profit public information purposes.
• IDFI reserves the right to contact photographers to confirm information in the submission form or for any other purpose considered necessary.
• IDFI reserves the right to disqualify photographers who: are unable to validate the information submitted on the submission form; tamper with the process; or breach Contest Rules.
• Upon submission of photos and digital images, their ownership shall be deemed transferred to the IDFI, hence, hereby waiving all proprietary claims over said prints & CDs/DVDs submitted to the IDFI.
• Decisions by the judges and IDFI Secretariat are final. Entrant agrees to comply with and be bound by the decisions of the secretariat and/or of the panel of judges on all matters associated with the contest, and waives all rights to judicial recourse in case of disputes

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION

Deadline for submission of entries will be on January 27, 2017 5:00 pm at the Philippine Red Cross – Iloilo Chapter 2nd Floor Bonifacio St., Iloilo City. (Tel. no. 3375950).

By submitting an entry, each participants agrees to the official rules and warrants that his or her entry complies with all requirements set out in the official rules.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING

40% – creativity and originality
30% – composition (technical excellence and quality)
30% – artistic merit (wow factor)

Top entries will automatically be screened further and evaluated for any breaches in the contest rules.

EXHIBIT, AWARDING & PRIZES

Pre-screened entries will be exhibited at SM City Iloilo (schedule of exhibit and awarding of winners to be announced later). NOT ALL ENTRIES SHALL BE ON EXHIBIT.

PRIZES

  • ATI CATEGORY
    • First Prize P25,000
    • Second Prize P10,000
    • Third Prize P 7,000
    • 5 Consolation Prizes of P 1,000
  • OPEN EDIT / FINE ARTCATEGORY
    • First Prize P25,000
    • Second Prize P10,000
    • Third Prize P 7,000
    • 5 Consolation Prizes of P 1,000
  • FESTIVAL CATEGORY
    • First Prize P15,000
    • Second Prize P 7,000
    • Third Prize P 3,000
    • 5 Consolation Prizes of P 1,000

Download Mechanics here

Download Entry form here in Word and PDF Format

 

Miss Iloilo Dinagyang Festival 2017

Miss Iloilo Dinagyang 2017

WINNERS OF MID 2017 — with Jerah Leen Mai Gallinero, Merry Grace Tubelleja, Jekkah Prudente, Ren Abaygar and Vee Himan-Dureza Encajonado.

 

Candidates for this year’s Miss Iloilo Dinagyang 2017

  • Dana Loise Abbe Ledonio, 17 years old, second year Bachelor of Science in Biological Science student at West Visayas State University
  • Merry Grace R. Tubelleja, 20-years old, Bachelor of Science in Tourism student at Central Philippine University
  • Mae Anne Manipud, 21 years old, graduate of Central Philippine University
  • Mary Eve Adeline Escoto, 23 years old, licensed Physical Therapist in the Philippines and in the State of New Jersey, USA
  • Jekkah May Prudente, 21 years old, Medical Laboratory Scientist graduate from the University of San Agustin
  • Venice Encajonado, 24 years old, Registered Nurse
  • Renee Ellise Abaygar, 22 years old, graduate of the University of San Agustin
  • Remi Joy P. Indoc, 17 years old, Grade 11 student of Oton National High School
  • Josephine M. Segovia, 23 years old, Bachelor in Elementary Education student at West Visayas State University
  • Jerah Leen Mai V. Gallenero, 21 years old, 5th year Dentistry student at Iloilo Doctor’s College
Tambor Trumpa 2017

9 Schools Vie In ‘TAMBOR TRUMPA MARTSA MUSIKA’

Nine elementary and secondary schools compete in the 2017 Tambor Trumpa Martsa Musika drum and bugle/lyre competition of Dinagyang Festival at Freedom Grandstand Jan. 20 following a foot parade from Provincial Capitol.
Pupils and students of seven elementary schools and two secondary schools showcase their talents and skills in playing instruments, dancing and marching. “This endeavor is being undertaken for the holistic development of our schoolchildren,” said City Schools Superintendent Clarissa Zamora.

The competing city elementary schools are Baluarte Elementary School, La Paz I Elementary School, Arevalo Elementary School, Cubay Elementary School, Jaro I Elementary School, and Mandurriao Elementary School, and Banate Central Elementary School from province.

For the secondary level, they are Ramon Avanceña National High School and Iloilo City National High School.
Participants will be judged on music at 60 percent and performance and drill formation at 40 percent.
The elementary champion will receive P25,000; P20,000 for first runner up; P15,000 for second runner up; P10,000 for third runner up; and P8,000 for fourth runner up. The secondary champion will receive P30,000; P25,000 for first runner up and P20,000 for second runner up. Winners in both categories will also be given trophies. Special awards include Best in Performance, Music, Costume and Discipline.

Dinagyang a celebration of God’s Love

ILOILO CITY (PIA6) — The world-renowned Iloilo Dinagyang Festival is a celebration of God’s love to the Ilonggos.

In the festival’s opening salvo held recently, City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog said that the festival is not only meant to showcase the rich heritage and colorful history of Iloilo but to celebrate the passionate devotion of the Ilonggos to Señor Sto. Niño (Holy Child Jesus).

“That’s what makes Dinagyang Festival unique, it is not only about culture and heritage, it is also about the love of Jesus Christ,” he said.

He also called on the people to offer all the blessings that they have received to Jesus Christ and extend a helping hand to those in need and to inspire others to share.

“The Dinagyang Fest is offered to Señor Sto. Niño or the Holy Child Jesus. It is a reminder to us that Jesus came to this world to save us all,” he said.

The festival traces its roots as a thanksgiving celebration in honor of Señor Santo Niño, the child Jesus

The image of the Santo Niño or The Child Jesus is the central figure in the Dinagyang, which recounts the Christianization of the Ati tribes in Panay Island.

The veneration for the Santo Niño is especially fervent in the Visayas region, where Christianity was first introduced by the Spaniards.

This year’s celebration banners the tagline “See, Feel, Love” and theme “Communion of Communities with Santo Niño”. (JCM/LTP/PIA-Iloilo).

Dinagyang, a successful public-private-community partnership

By Leonard T. Pineda I

ILOILO CITY (PIA) — The world renowned Dinagyang Festival is an epitome of a successful public-private-community partnership.

City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog said that the yearly festival not only showcases strong ties among the government and the private sector but also demonstrates the strong support and cooperation from the community.

“Dinagyang Festival is a manifestation of a strong partnership among the public sector, the private sector, and the community,” he said.

He also called for the support of the Ilonggos in ensuring that the annual festival is free of crime, drug and smoke.

He said that making Dinagyang Festival crime-free and drug-free is aligned with the thrusts of President Rodrigo Duterte.

The 2017 Dinagyang Festival banners the tagline “See, Feel, Love” and the theme “Communion of Communities with Santo Niño.”

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Ten competing Ati-ati tribes showcased a preview performance during the “Pamukaw” event held Dec. 10, 2016.

Pamukaw, derived from the Hiligaynon word ‘pukaw’ or to wake up, signals the start of the Dinagyang season which will highlight on January 20 to 22, 2017.

The ten competing Ati-ati dance tribes were Tribu Buntatalanit of Tiu Teg Ana Ros Foundation Integrated School, Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School, Tribu Dagatnon of Ramon Avancena NHS, Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City NHS, Tribu Amihan of Mandurriao NHS, Tribu Ilonganon of Jalandoni Memorial NHS, Tribu Paghidaet of Lapaz NHS, Tribu Obreros of Bo. Obrero NHS, Tribu Pan-an of Fort San Pedro NHS, and Tribu Abiador of Asian College of Aeronautics. (JCM/LTP/PIA-Iloilo).

Advisory for a Safe and Peaceful Dinagyang

Iloilo City assures crime-free, drug-free Dinagyang 2017

The Iloilo City Government assured to the public a crime-free, drug-free, and smoke-free celebration of the 2017 Dinagyang Festival, which highlights on January 20 to 22.
Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog said the world-renowned festival will remain a flagship feature of the Department of Tourism’s global campaign.
“Let us support to make Dinagyang truly live up to its expectations as a leading tourism, cultural, religious and socio-economic promotional vehicle and symbol of Iloilo City’s continuing progress and sustainable development,” said Mabilog.
The 2017 Dinagyang Festival banners the tagline “See, Feel, Love” and the theme “Communion of Communities with Santo Niño.”
Dinagyang will showcase some 10 competing tribes while Kasadyahan Regional Cultural Competition has attracted top festivals from all over Western Visayas and Negros Occidental.
The Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Inc. (IDFI) is eyeing P22-million budget for the successful hosting of the festival’s 49th edition.
IDFI President Ramon Cua Locsin said if available funds permit, they are planning to add financial subsidies to half a million each for the Dinagyang tribes.

Devotion Senor Santo Nino

Religous Festivities Schedule

DEVOTEES JOIN DINAGYANG RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES

Religious activities to usher the 2017 Iloilo Dinagyang Festival started with an early morning mass Jan. 11 as the nine-day Novena masses end Jan. 19 at 5:30pm with a five-minute mini-Sadsad at San Jose Church in City Proper.

Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Raymundo Alcayaga invited devotees to join the various religious events in celebration of the feast of Señor Santo Niño.
The afternoon mass is followed by a “mini-sadsad” or merry making, one of innovations introduced by the parish this year.
A grand merry making will be held on Jan. 21 after the 5:30pm mass, which is expected to entice more devotees because of the miracles they experienced. This celebration is composed of prayers, dancing and chanting wherein praising Señor Santo Niño.
Another religious activity is the fluvial procession on Jan. 20 starting 3pm from Fort San Pedro and culminates in front of Bureau of Customs Aduana building in Muelle Loney area, and foot parade to JM Basa street and back to church.
Also this year, the liturgical committee will not bring in the image from Cebu. This is because they want to highlight the first image brought here in 1968 and enshrined at San Jose church which will mark its 50th year in 2018.
The Visitation of the image of Sto. Niño to select parishes and chapels and Re-enactment of Wedding of Princess Isabel and Capt. Calafata take place in the church Jan. 19.
The Coronation of the Niño Dinagyang was done Jan. 18.
Devotion Senor Santo NinoThe Visitation of the image of Sto. Niño to select schools and business establishments was conducted Jan. 17.
The Healing Mass and Lunch Date for the Aged, Sick and Abandoned in the parish was held Jan. 16.
The Sto. Niño Mass and fun day including games, feeding and gift-giving for around 400 children from barangays surrounding the parish were conducted Jan. 14 and a medical and dental mission Jan. 15.
The Walk with Jesus or Diana from San Jose Church to five villages of parish was held Jan. 13.
The Walk with Mary or Diana from San Jose Church to five villages of parish and installation of Hermano and Hermana Mayor Eduardo and Filamie Aguillon were done Jan. 11.

2017 Iloilo Dinagyang Festival: Summary of Prizes

ATI TRIBES COMPETITION

Major Awards

  • Champion 200,000.00
  • 1st Runner Up 175,000.00
  • 2nd Runner Up 150,000.00
  • 3rd Runner Up 125,000.00
  • 4th Runner Up 100,000.00

Minor Awards

  • Best in Performance 10,000.00
  • Best in Choreography 10,000.00
  • Best in Music 10,000.00
  • Best in Costume 10,000.00
  • Best in Street Dancing 20,000.00

Special Awards

  • Best in Discipline 10,000.00
  • Best Choreographer 10,000.00
  • Best Musical Director 10,000.00
  • Best Headdress 10,000.00
  • Best Costume Designer 10,000.00

Opening Salvo

  • Best Overall Performance 20,000.00
  • Best Discipline 15,000.00
  • Best Costume 15,000.00
  • Consolation Prize Five (5) Prizes @60,000.00 300,000.00

Total this Event 1, 210,000.00

KASADYAHAN REGIONAL CULTURAL COMPETITION

Major Awards

  • Champion 175,000.00
  • 1st Runner Up 150,000.00
  • 2nd Runner Up 125,000.00
  • 3rd Runner Up 100,000.00
  • 4th Runner Up 75,000.00

Minor Awards

  • Best in Street Dance 20,000.00
  • Best in Performance 10,000.00
  • Best in Choreography 10,000.00
  • Best in Music 10,000.00
  • Best in Costume 10,000.00
  • Best Choreographer 10,000.00
  • Best Musical Director 10,000.00
  • Consolation Prize Four (4) Consolation Prizes @40,000.00 160,000.00

Total 865,000.00

TAMBOR TRUMPA MARTSA MUSIKA

Elementary Level

  • Champion 25,000.00
  • 1st Runner Up 20,000.00
  • 2nd Runner Up 15,000.00
  • 3rd Runner Up 10,000.00
  • 4th Runner Up 8,000.00
  • Consolation Prize  – Four (4) Prizes @5,000.00 each 20,000.00

Secondary Level

  • Champion 30,000.00
  • 1st Runner Up 25,000.00
  • 2nd Runner Up 20,000.00

Total this event 173,000.00

PHOTO CONTEST

Ati Contest Category

  • 1st Prize 25,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 10,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 7,000.00
  • Five (5) Consolation Prizes @1,000.00 each 5,000.00

Open Edit / Fine Art Category

  • 1st Prize 25,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 10,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 7,000.00
  • Five (5) Consolation Prizes @1,000.00 each 5,000.00

Street Category

  • 1st Prize 15,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 7,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 3,000.00
  • Five (5) Consolation Prizes @1,000.00 each 5,000.00

Total This Event 124,000.00

ILONGGO ARTS FESTIVAL

Folk Dance-Open Category

  • 1st Prize 10,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 7,500.00
  • 3rd Prize 5,000.00
  • Six (6) Consolation Prizes @2,000.00 each 12,000.00

HipHop-Open Category

  • 1st Prize 10,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 7,500.00
  • 3rd Prize 5,000.00
  • Ten(10) Consolation Prizes @2,000.00 each 20,000.00

Dance Sports (Latin American) Open Category

  • Gold Medal 5,000.00
  • Silver Medal 3,000.00
  • Bronze Medal 2,000.00
  • Twelve (12) Consolation Prizes @1000.00 each 12,000.00

Synchronized Duo (Latin American) Juvenile Category

  • Gold Medal 3,000.00
  • Silver Medal 2,500.00
  • Bronze Medal 1,000.00
  • Seven (7) Consolation Prizes @500.00 each 3,500.00

Open Category

  • Gold Medal 5,000.00
  • Silver Medal 3,500.00
  • Bronze Medal 2,000.00
  • Seven (7) Consolation Prizes @1000.00 each 7,000.00

3rd World

  • Gold Medal 5,000.00
  • Silver Medal 3,500.00
  • Bronze Medal 2,000.00
  • Seven (7) Consolation Prizes @1000.00 each 7,000.00

Visual Arts and Tagline Competition

  • 1st Prize 5,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 3,500.00
  • 3rd Prize 2,000.00
  • Ten (10) Consolation Prizes @1000.00 each 10,000.00

Total This Event 164,500.00

ON-THE-SPOT PAINTING CONTEST

Category 1 (3-9 years old)

  • 1st Prize 4,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 3,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 2,000.00

Category 2 (10-15 years old) 4,000.00

  • 1st Prize 4,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 3,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 2,000.00

Category 3 (16-21 years old)

  • 1st Prize 5,000.00
  • 2nd Prize 4,000.00
  • 3rd Prize 3,000.00
  • Ten (10) Consolation Prizes @ 1,000 10,000.00

Total This Event 40,000.00

TOTAL PRIZES 2,576,500.00

Dinagyang Festival 2016 Winners

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Dinagyang Ati-ati Competition

MAJOR AWARDS:
Champion – Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School
1st runner-up – Tribu Ilonganon of Jalandoni National High School
2nd runner-up – Tribu Pan-ay of Fort San Pedro National High School
3rd runner-up – Tribu Paghidaet of La Paz National High School
4th runner-up – Tribu Baybayanon of Melchor L. Nava National High School

MINOR AWARDS:
Best Choreographer – Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School
Best in Costume Designer – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best Headdress – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best Musical Director – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best in Discipline – Tribu Ilonganon of Jalandoni Memorial National High School
Best Music – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best in Costume – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best in Street Dancing – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best Choreography – Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School
Best in Performance – Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School

OPENING SALVO AWARDS:
Best Overall performance – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School
Best in Costume – Tribu Salognon of Jaro National High School
Best in Discipline – Tribu Panayanon of Iloilo City National High School

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Kasadyahan Regional Festival Competition

MAJOR AWARDS:
Champion – Tribu Tatusan of Caluya, Antique
1st runner-up – Tribu Kasag of Banate
2nd runner-up – Bantayan of Guimbal
3rd runner-up – Pintaflores of San Carlos City
4th runner-up – Patabang of Tapaz (Capiz)

MINOR AWARDS:
Best in Costume – Tribu Kasag of Banate
Best in Music – Tribu Kasag of Banate
Best Musical Director – Tribu Kasag of Banate
Best in Choreography – Tribu Tatusan of Caluya, Antique
Best Choreographer – Tribu Tatusan of Caluya, Antique
Best Performance – Tribu Kasag of Banate
Best in Street Dancing – Tribu Bantayan of Guimbal

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Tambur Trumpa Martsa Musika

High School Level

MAJOR AWARDS:
Champion – Iloilo National High School
1st runner Up – Dingle NHS

MINOR AWARDS:
Best in Performance – Iloilo NHS
Best in Costume – Dingle NHS
Best in Music – Dingle NHS

Elementary Level

MAJOR AWARDS:
Champion – San Matias Elem School
1st Runner Up – Sambag Elem School
2nd Runner Up – Iloilo Central Elem School
3rd Runner Up – Arevalo Elem School
4th Runner Up – Mandurriao Elem School

MINOR AWARDS:
Best in Music – San Matias Elem School, Dingle, Iloilo
Best in Costume – Sambag Elem School, Jaro, Iloilo City
Best in Performance – San Matias Elem School, Dingle, Iloilo
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Sponsors’ Mardi Gras

Grand Winner – St. Therese MTC College
Best in Choreography – St. Therese MTC College
Best Float – Nature’s spring
Best in Costume – STI College of Iloilo .

DINAGYANG FESTIVAL 2016 Tribe Performance Video

FULL VIDEO LINK
Tribu Dagatnon: https://youtu.be/z8venf-691k
Tribu Ilonganon: https://youtu.be/Q0n_5HvSzZw
Tribu Salognon: https://youtu.be/m5fLEisNEic
Tribu Obrero: https://youtu.be/QUR8EqTtrWM
Tribu Paghidaet: https://youtu.be/lgmneHU7zPA
Tribu Atub atub: https://youtu.be/ovz6RAH0R1o
Tribu Buntag Tala: https://youtu.be/Oavj7rU6GVo
Tribu Baybayanon: https://youtu.be/bDzM4mZmXzc
Tribu Panayanon: https://youtu.be/Y0T0PZP5k7A
Tribu Pan-ay: https://youtu.be/t5b5WpMT3tE
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Tribu Namsadang Pungmuldan Cultural From Anseong City South Korea:https://youtu.be/lJ0DylFbcJU

Miss Iloilo Dinagyang 2016

Congratulations to candidate no. 7 Vanessa Ann Caro for winning Miss Iloilo Dinagyang-Philippines 2016. She will represent Iloilo City in the Miss Philippines Earth Pageant. Candidate no. 10 Janine May Coo and candidate no. 4 Jhoanne Tañada won the Miss Iloilo Dinagyang Heritage 2016 and Miss Iloilo Dinagyang Aliwan 2016, respectively.

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