Dynamic Laoag Pamulinawen Festival 2012 Floral Parade

Sunny smiles brightened Laoag City as grandiose floats were on display once again.

The photos below are all in all the extra-long float of Barangay 27 in East Laoag! A vibrant colorful showcase of a typical Ilocano home, the popular landmarks in the city like the Laoag Sinking Bell Tower, Tobacco Monopoly Monument, Marcos Bridge, Aurora Park, the Laoag Carnival ferris wheel and the La Paz Sand Dunes, complete with sand adventure activities, amazed the spectators. (I was surprised  to see a LEAD sandboard:) Thanks, B-27!) The lovely Miss ABC winners were on the float to complete the über-festive mood. In the background were the iconic windmills of Bangui. It won the Best Float and was displayed in front of the Capitol through the evening.

Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2012

5 thoughts on “Dynamic Laoag Pamulinawen Festival 2012 Floral Parade

  1. Thanks for sharing about the Laoag Pamulinawen Festival. Great Photos! In Bacolod, we have the Masskara Festival every October and other areas also have their annual festivals, such as in La Carlota and in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental. Festivals are always fun, even the Barangay Festivals.

    • Thanks! I’ve been to the Masskara Festival once:) It was fun being in a Cleopatra costume at a party:))

  2. Thanks. Yes, the Masskara Festival is fun every year. Bacolod also has the annual Bacolaodiat Festival, held for 3 days during the Chinese New Year. KC Concepcion was here over the weekend visiting The Ruins in Bata, Bacolod. I met her dad last year, Gabby Concepcion, at the Grand Opening of Dok Manok Restaurant. He can actually sing pretty well. I also met Tony Gonzaga in 2009 at her concert. More people are discovering Bacolod. Welcome to Bacolod, any time!

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