Will a festival from South Cotabato emerge as Aliwan Fiesta winner this year and come home with the P1 million grand prize?
Purok Sison ES Performing Arts Group represents Lembohung Festival at the Aliwan Fiesta 2012
This isn't far as popular festivals from the province of South Cotabato will compete in the upcoming Aliwan Fiesta 2012. These are the T'nalak Festival of the province of South Cotabato, Lembohung Festival of the Municipality of Surallah, South Cotabato and the Kalilangan Festival of General Santos City.
Notre Dame of Sto.Niño represents T'nalak Festival at the Aliwan Fiesta 2012
The T'nalak Festival of South Cotabato will be represented in the Aliwan Fiesta 2012 by last year's T'nalak Festival's Kadsagayan A Lalan champion from Notre Dame of Sto. Niño. This group from the municipality of Sto. Niño was also  grand champion in the street dancing competition of Koronadal City's Hinugyaw Festival 2012 held last January. Last year's Aliwan Fiesta 3rd Placer- the Purok Sison Elementary School Performing Arts Group will once again compete with the other 20 festivals/contingents from all over the country. Purok Sison Elementary School, the three-time Kadayawan Festival of Davao grand champion will be representing Lembohung Festival of Surallah, South Cotabato. Below is the list of contingents for the Aliwan Fiesta 2012 this coming April 14, 2012 at the Aliw Theater in Pasay City.

ALIWAN FIESTA 2012 Contingents & Order of Parade

1. Kalivungan Festival of North Cotabato
2. Ala-eh Lambayok Festival of San Juan, Batangas
3. Pattaraday Festival of Santiago City
4. Kalilangan Festival of General Santos City
5. Boling-Boling Festival Catanauan, Quezon
6. Zamboanga Hermosa Festival of Zamboanga City
7. Dayang-Dayang Festival of Pasay City
8. Halamanan Festival of Guiguinto, Bulacan
9. Lembuhong Festival of Surallah South Cotabato
10. Salakayan Festival of Miag-ao, Iloilo
11. Padang-Padang Festival of Parang, Maguindanao
12. Panagbenga Festival of Baguio City
13. Buyogan Festival of Abuyog Leyte
14. Taga-Giik Festival of Taguig City
15. Meguyaya Festival of Upi, Maguindanao
16. Mamang-os at Kambingan Festival of Tuy, Batangas
17. Sagayan Festival of Maguindanao Province
18. Lingganay Festival of Alangalang Leyte
19. T’nalak Festival of South Cotabato
20. Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo City
21. Pandang Gitab Festival of Calapan City

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  1. I really missed seeing our local festivals in south Cotabato, especially during T'nalak.. good luck to all our representatives make every cotabatenyos proud kids!

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  2. gud luck sa tnan hope you will make it!!!!!!!

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  3. salamat sa info, i'll bring my family para maglantaw sa inyo presentation! good luck to all!

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  4. please correct the information of kalivungan festival. i will explain further, because i am from north cotabato. firstly kalivungan is celebrated during the foundation anniversary of the province of north cotabato held at kidapawan city the capital city of the province. all municipalities of the province is invited to join the said street festival specifically on street dancing competition. during kalivungan 2011, contingent from the municipality of alamada won the grand price. FYI: alamada(alamada national high school) they were the holder of the title of grand champion in street dancing in halad festival 2003 and 2004 held at midsayap another municipality of cotabato. they decided to join aliwan 2003 bearing the name of halad festival of midsayap and won grand champion in aliwan fiesta 2003 and pamaskong aliwan 2003 street dancing competition..
    and in aliwan 2006. another municipality from cotabato named pigcawayan won halad 2006 and represented halad festival on aliwan 2006 and won 4th place..
    and lastly in aliwan 2008 a contingent living in originally in midsayap won halad 2008 and represented halad festival on aliwan 2008 and won 8th place. please do change the history or the rooster of winners for history’s sake. God bless. good luck for the region 12′s representative the kalivungan of the north cotabatio and the lembuhong festival of south cotabato. they won’t fail you as they get the championship title or they will land on the top 3.

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  5. Thanks Gx for pointing that out :) Kalivungan Festival of North Cotabato is represented by Alamada national High School at the Aliwan Fiesta this year.

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  6. wow.P1 million , hope they win.

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  7. Looking forward to seeing you all this July at T'nalak festival,experience the fun in South Cotabato,a province simply beyond your expectations!

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