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71/365: Pasinaya 2014–Cultural Center of the Philippines

12th of March

Let me take a break for the “All About Me Week” to make way to this important post that I wish to share with everybody!

The PASINAYA 2014 now on it’s 10th Year!

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This is a one-day open house festival held annually at the CCP, the Pasinaya is the biggest multi arts festival in the Philippines featuring the participation of thousands of artists and hundreds of artistic and cultural groups.  It offers to the public a unique “Pay what you can, See all you can” donation scheme the opportunity to enjoy a sneak preview of the CCP Performance Season.

Here are some of the lively giant dioramas displayed at the open field fronting the Cultural center of the Philippines that most park-goers are enjoying with.

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To fully enjoy this event be there at the CCP on March 16.  It begins with an early morning pre-show at 7:30AM with the Marine and Bugle Team heralding the festivities and will be followed by the official opening ceremonies and street parade.

Comments

  1. I haven't witnessed this one yet. I had few chance few years back pero di ko naman na fulfill. Hoping na I'll be able to watch this one in the near future.

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  2. Ay sayang, hindi ko nasaksihan ang event. Bet ko pa naman ang mga ganyan. Tsk

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