Street dancing - considered the highlight of Sangyaw festival
|Organised by||City Government of Tacloban and Sangyaw Foundation|
Sangyaw Festival is a religious and socio-cultural event in the Philippines. It was revived in 2008 by the city government of Tacloban, Philippines. Sangyaw means "to herald news" in Waray language. Various festival-participants from different parts of the country participate in this tribal procession. It was held a day before the city fiesta. The festival was first held in 1974 but was cancelled in 1987.
- Grace S. Evardone. The History of Our Valued Culture Eastern Visayas Examiner Vol. 8 Issue No. 18 June 25-July 1, 2008 p. 8. posted 29 June 2008
- Joey A. Gabieta. "Pontifical Mass highlights today's Tacloban City fiesta" Leyte Samar Daily Express Vol.. XXI No. 189, June 30, 2009 page 19.
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