Monday, February 8, 2016

Marching Band Parade on the Eve of Sta. Maria Bulacan Town Feast

     Hello lovelies! I've been so busy lately with lots of things going on around including a short trip. But I promise I'll make up for my lost blogging time the soonest I can.

     Let me share with you a tradition in our town every eve of the feast day. The feast is celebrated yearly on the first Thursday of February.The people of Sta. Maria Bulacan, my hometown, look forward to this as well as many other activities held every year. The crowd was bigger this time than usual because it was a local holiday in our province.

The parade started at 8 a.m. then they will go around again around 3 p.m. They will also perform to the place we call "patio" in the evening.










I adore cute little boys like these two.




































This last band was from the far Naga City and I felt they have received the most applaud. They're kind of different from the rest.

I truly enjoyed watching. I have an overtime work that day but I finished watching first before going to work.

Happy Week everyone!

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32 comments:

  1. What a beautiful spectacle! I enjoy parades so much but rarely get to attend them. Always so fun though and this one looks amazing :) xoxo

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    1. Yeah, it was fun to watch but it was more crowded this year.

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  2. This looks like a lot of fun.
    I miss it so bad!
    Parades in the Philippines are superb.

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  4. Having spent my childhood in Nueva Ecija, these scenes are familiar to me! Ang saya talaga pag fiesta! :)

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    1. Tama ka Edel! Ang saya lang talaga! Parang di maexplain. hehehe Thanks!

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  5. Just passing by
    Have a great day

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  6. Wow, I love parades! So many marching bands joined and so colorful.

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  7. Oh wow, this looks like a big scale parade, dear! So colourful! xoxo

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  8. Hello, what a great parade. So many beautiful bands and lovely photos.
    Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thanks Eileen! Have a happy weekend too!

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  9. Wonderful colors. Fiestang fiesta. :)

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  10. Beautiful parade and such gorgeous shots.
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  11. Beautiful parade and such gorgeous shots.
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  12. ang dami daming banda...ang ganda..

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  13. Great pictures, looks like a brilliant parade!

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