It was a “Waray-Waray” day for Aliwan Fiesta as Leyte swept the festival queen, float design, and streetdance championships last Saturday night.
Chelsea Fernandez of the Sangyaw festival of Tacloban was crowned 2018 Reyna ng Aliwan, "Tarakluban" was deemed the most fabulously crafted float, and Tribu Buraburon of Burauen, which represented the provincial Kasadyaan festival, combined precision, verve, choreographic mastery, and production design to capture the million-peso festival dance championship . It was the first time that a single province captured top honours in all three Aliwan derbies of the same year.
Sinilatan of Cotabato City and Kapasiti from Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao took second and third place respectively in the float championships, with runner-up honors going to Singkaban from Malolos, Bulacan; Biton from Upi, Maguindanao; Bangsa Maguiranun from Mother Kabuntalan, Maguindanao; Tagultol from Atimonan, Quezon; Abra New Day from the Province of Abra; Catanauan from Catanauan, Quezon; and IPI-Sinulog from Cebu City.
In the tightly-contested streetdance championships, Hubong Mangunguma for the Manggahan festival of Guimaras landed second place, with Tribu Panayanon for Iloilo Dinagyang taking third. Bugabungan National High School of Upi, Maguindanao for the Meguyaya festival was in fourth place, with Tribu Tatusan of Caluya, Antique, representing the Binirayan Festival, ending up fifth over-all. Runner-up positions went to Tribu Dangdang-ay for the Abrenian-Kawayan Festival of Abra; St. Louis University for the Panagbenga Festival of Baguio; Tribu Pandan for the Pandan Festival of Pangasinan; Tribu Antatet for the Bato Art Festival of Isabela; and the Municipality of Baco for the Pandang Gitab Festival of Oriental Mindoro. Abra also brought home the award for Best Folkloric Performance (Pride of Place) , with Best Costume going to the Guimaras contingent, and Best Musical Accompaniment also going to the Leyteños.
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