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    Aliwan Fiesta Schedule 2013: National Championship of Festivals

    Don't have the time and money to visit different festivals in the country? Here's the schedule of the upcoming Aliwan Fiesta 2007 at the CCP Complex and Quirino Grandstand. Here you'll find out there are many festivals out there besides the Sinulog, Dinagyang, and Ati-Atihan.

    Get ready with your cameras!

    Aliwan Fiesta Schedule

    Day 1 April 26, 2007 - Thursday Aliwan Fiesta

    Time Activity Venue

    8:00AM EXHIBIT OPENS CCP COMPLEX

    6:00AM-6:00PM REHEARSAL CCP COMPLEX & QUIRINO GRANDSTAND

    3:30PM-6:00PM PINOY GAMES CCP COMPLEX

    7:00PM PASAKALYE CONCERT CCP COMPLEX

    DAY 2 APRIL 27, 2007 - FRIDAY Aliwan Fiesta

    5:00AM LIVE TV COVERAGE - UNANG HIRIT CCP COMPLEX

    8:00AM EXHIBIT OPENS CCP COMPLEX

    10:00AM-6:00PM REHEARSAL CCP COMPLEX

    10:00AM BRIEFING WITH CHOREOGRAPHERS ALIW THEATER LOUNGE

    3:30PM-6:00PM PINOY GAMES CCP COMPLEX

    7:30PM REYNA NG ALIWAN PAGEANT CCP COMPLEX

    PASAKALYE CONCERT

    DAY 3 APRIL 28,2007 SATURDAY Aliwan Fiesta

    8:00AM EXHIBIT OPENS CCP COMPLEX

    8:00AM - 11:00AM PARADE PREPARATIONS CCP COMPLEX

    12:00NN PROCEED TO ASSEMBLY QUIRINO GRANSTAND

    3:00PM-9:00PM GRAND PARADE GRANDSTAND TO CCP

    3:30PM-6:00PM PINOY GAMES CCP COMPLEX

    9:00PM AWARDS NIGHT & FIREWORKS DISPLAY CCP COMPLEX

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 10:03 PM,

    5 Comments:

    At Apr 17, 2007, 6:24:00 PM, Blogger Sidney said...

    Thanks for posting the exact shedule of activities. I was there last year and it was wonderful!

     
    At Apr 18, 2007, 10:08:00 AM, Blogger Senor Enrique said...

    I'm buying an extra memory card for this festival and so are most of fellow camera club members :)

     
    At Apr 18, 2007, 4:19:00 PM, Anonymous iskoo said...

    salamat. maganda itong photo opportunity at masilayan muli ang magagandang kultura meron ang pinas.

     
    At Apr 18, 2007, 10:46:00 PM, Anonymous melai said...

    naku selebrasyon ng mga photo blogger yan tyak :)
    sama ko sama ko lol!

     
    At Apr 23, 2007, 4:16:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    nice blog..hope to see all pictures of aliwan fiesta 2007..pls.

     

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