The search for festival queen heats up this summer’s celebration of the annual Aliwan Fiesta, with 24 young ladies representing various festivals all over the country vying for the title of Festival Queen, or Reyna ng Aliwan 2019. Manila Broadcasting Company, which produces the annual cultural extravaganza in partnership with the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Cities of Manila and Pasay, has released the list of this year’s candidates.
Bets from Luzon are Kimberly Naz for the Antipolo Maytime festival; Erginia Vera Bautista for the Banatu festival of Cabanatuan City; Lyka Veleña for the Boling-Boling festival of Catanauan, Quezon; Gezza Avila for the Niyogyugan festival of Quezon Province; Roi Neve Comanda for the Panagbenga festival of Baguio; Cinderella Salilican for the Pangisdaan festival of Navotas; Jhan Nicole Ambata for the Paru-Paro festival of Dasmariñas, Cavite; Aubrhie Cindyrelle Carpio for the Singkaban festival of Bulacan; Kizia Jermaine Maligalig for the Tagultol Fishing festival of Atimonan, Quezon; and Leandrea Gabrielle Batingan for the Tanglawan festival of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
Visayan pulchritude has seven faces this year, with Nicole Borromeo for the Sinulog festival of Cebu; Milca Romares for the Salapan festival of Pulupandan, Negros Occidental; Cassandra Marie Lee for the Sangyaw festival of Tacloban City; Angelic Olmedo for the Pintados de Passi festival of Passi City, Iloilo; Charlotte Arcena for the Pasaka festival of Tanauan, Leyte; Ruffa Nava for the Hirinugyaw Suguidadonay festival of Calinog, Iloilo, and Debra Villaflores for the Buglasan festival of Dumaguete, Negros Oriental.
Mindanao in turn will be represented by Alayzza Izzabelle Tolimao for ther Agten Tufi festival of Tupi, South Cotabato; Ma. Kristina Ramos for the Cocowayan festival of Isabela, Basilan; Honey Be Parreñas for the Kalimudan festival of Sultan Kudarat; Angelin Summer Fernandez for the Kalivungan festival of North Cotabato; Frenzie Dione Escalada for the Muna To festival of Sarangani; Merhyl Kit Angeline Paraluman for the Tuna festival of General Santos City; and Princess Serdenia for the Zamboanga Hermosa festival.
The pageant night will be held at the outdoor stage in front of the Aliw Theater at the CCP Complex on April 26. The coronation night follows the grand parade and festival dance showdown on April 27. This year’s Festival Queen winner will receive P100,000 cash and a trophy, plus the chance to be a goodwill ambassadress for domestic tourism. Previous winners have gone on to participate in international beauty contests and have likewise tracked careers in professional modelling.
Aliwan Fiesta 2019 is supported by Pride Detergent, Unique Toothpaste, Cojic Soap, Smart Dishwashing Paste, Tanduay, Globe, Dunkin’ Donuts, Cobra Energy Drink, Symdex D, Asian Institute of Computer Studies, Senekot, GES Led Lights, Whiteflower, and Nature Spring Mineral Water.
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