|Among the highlights of Tnalak Festival is the street dancing competition. Photo by Girlie Jean Ziga|
According to reports, this year's Tnalak Festival will have a bigger budget compared to the previous celebrations. Provincial Administrator Danilo Supe disclosed that budget for Tnalak Festival 2015 could reach P16 million including proceeds from sponsorships.
With an increased budget, this could only mean that this year's celebration is going to be a lot bigger and grander.
Now on its 16th year, the week-long festival starts on July 10, with its culminating highlights happening on July 18 which is South Cotabato's 49th founding anniversary.
Among the events slated include the Search for Mutya ng South Cotabato, celebrity concerts, cheer leading and hip hop dance competitions, the Tnalak grand parade and street dancing competition, and many more.