4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Experience Aliwan Fiesta 2019

Aliwan Fiesta 2019
Aliwan Fiesta presents the best colors and beauty of the Philippines. Credits to Aliwan Fiesta Facebook.

Aliwan Fiesta is an annual gathering of Philippine festivals that promotes Filipino art, culture, heritage, and ingenuity for the world to see.

The annual 3-day Aliwan Fiesta which started on April 25 and ends on April 27 is organized by the Manila Broadcasting Company and the Cultural Center of the Philippines, in cooperation with the cities of Pasay and Manila.

The festival attracts thousands of spectators from different corners of Manila, nearby provinces, from all over the Philippines, and from abroad. Hence, it is dubbed as “The Philippines’ Grandest Festival of Champions” as it brings various Philippine festivals in one setting.

Now on its 16th year, Aliwan promises another vibrant and colorful festival

Prepare your bottled water, sunblock and camera as Good News Pilipinas shares this list of 4 reasons why everyone should experience this year’s Aliwan Fiesta.



If you are into photography, this is your chance to join and win the photo competition for Aliwan Fiesta 2019. It is open to both amateur and professional photographers.

As a requirement, “photos must have been taken during the grand parade, and should not have won nor have been published in any book or photography magazine.”

Check in with your camera and bring it to the Aliwan Fiesta!

For more information, go to Aliwan Website


If you’re still skeptical to be there, watch this video highlight of Aliwan Fiesta last year:

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Atom Pornel is a tourism and broadcast journalism major who loves local art and heritage and is passionate about anything good news from the Philippines. Born from a Bicolano-Odionganon father and Waray mother, he has grown appreciation of our diversity as nation.