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Kadayawan 2016 budget cut by P2M

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/25 July) – This proposed budget for this year’s Kadayawan Festival will be P13 million, or P2-million less compared to last year, Art Boncato, co-chair of the festival’s organizing committee, said. Boncato added the amount might be reduced further as Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio wanted a “simple and meaningful” Kadayawan celebration. Half of the […]

Kadayawan 2015 schedule of activities

The King of Festivals is here once again! Kadayawan Festival 2015 or the 30th Kadayawan sa Dabaw will be held in Davao City from August 17 to 23, 2015. Kadayawan Festival is Davao City’s grandest and most colorful celebration that highlights Davao tribes’ culture, tradition and everyday lives. Kadayawan is also where we all thank the good Lord for bountiful harvests! Here’s the Kadayawan 2015 schedule of activities (please feel free to SHARE!): It’s also a special non-working holiday in Davao City on August 24, 2015 so plan your trip well! Happy Kadayawan Festival! See you in the streets!

Davao’s Kadayawan 2014 schedule of activities

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Kadayawan 2014, the annual festival in Davao City that showcases the city’s rich and diverse culture and tradition, is happening from August 11 to 17, 2014. Themed “Kalamboan sa Kinaiyahan: Kadayawan sa Katawhan” (Nature’s Flourishing: People’s Well Being), the 29th Kadayawan sa Dabaw will also serve as a thanksgiving celebration …

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Kadayawan Festival 2013 Davao City schedule of activities

Mindanao’s king of festivals, Kadayawan, is happening this August! The 2013 Kadayawan Festival in Davao City will once again showcase Davao’s rich and diverse culture and tradition, thanksgiving of oneness with the Earth and bountiful harvest. The Kadayawan Festival 2013 will also provide the opportunity for the various indigenous tribes such as the Ata Manobo, […]