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Dec 13, 2011

The 1st Pamasayan Festival 2011 at Manadon, Masbate

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Pamasayan Festival at Mandaon, Masbate 2011

Mandaon is one of the towns of Masbate Province, Bicol Region. Located at western cost area. Finally, for the first time in the history  that had an annual "street dancing" compitition called "Pamasayan Festival". 

Each Brgy have its own participants. "Pamasayan" is a term for catching shrimp, fishing is the major source of income for the people of Madaon. and it is now a fishing ground of commercial fishermen from the other island and provinces, particularly Iloilo, Capiz, and Romblon.

See Also: Pamasayan Festival 2013


pasayan festival photo
Photo by: www.mandaon.com
The month of February is very busy for the preparation of the Festival, on march 1, 2011 all participants showed their talent and creativity in making their costumes and give pleasure to the visitors.. Many people watched to support their bets and glimpse the various techniques of dance.

Under the bright sunlight all contestant ramp their costumes while dancing on the street, you will enjoy to watch their movements, smiling faces, great costume and their music.

mandaon festival photo


pamasayan photo


pamasayan festival photo


street dance photo


mandaon street dancing photo


mandaon pamasayan festival photo 
The most exciting moment of the competition is the announcement of winners and the winner is from Brgy. San Pablo Mandaon.

I feel sad because our barangay was  not able to participate this competition, we are planning to join but we have enough budget and the worst is, we did not receive any support from our barangay officials.

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17 comments :

  1. OMG! ang sarap ng shrimp!!!! nakakagutom!!!! sa Lucena na din may pasayahan festival!.. pero ang shrimp at seafood... sarap!!!

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  2. tama ka, masarap nga yan... kaso medyo mahal yan kaya madalang pa sa patak ng bulalakaw kung makatikim ako niyan... :(

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  3. I love eating shrimps. I hope to witness the Pasayan Festival someday.

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  4. ay masarap palang mag-attend ng Pasayan Festival, fave ng family namain ang shrimps and crabs, hope we can get there next time :)

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  5. I can only imagine how plentiful shrimps are during these time of year. For sure, there are freebies too. If I have the chance, i will not miss it.

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  6. Wow that's a lot of hipon!!! Favorite ko yan... I can cook a lot of recipes with shrimps... ;)

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  7. Omegad! Shrimp! Gustong-gusto ko yan.. ang mahal nga lang dito samen, kaya di masyadong makabili. Kuripot lang. LOL..

    Indeed, it's fun in the Philippines because of the festivals. Halos lahat ng lugar, meron. Galing tlga ng Pilipinas! :D

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  8. Naaadik na yata ako sa mga festivals. I hope I could go there sometime soon =)

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  9. Hala namiss q ang pasayan! Pasayan din twag smin s tiger shrimp;)

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  10. May this festivity continue, this might boast tourism in your town.

    Regards,
    Edmar

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  11. Wanna go there sa Pasayan festival ! haha kelan po ba yan? December...?

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    1. that was held last year on march 1, i dont know if there's an festival this year...

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  12. I love pasayan. It's now Febuary one month more to go another pasayan feista!

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  13. my fave viand, now festival na pala. I hope to witness festivals such as this ones.

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  14. wow i love the festival, just sad to say I cant eat Pasayan coz im allergic.. brought me asthma

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  15. oh wow! that's a lot of shrimp in that pic of yours!

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