Tag archive for ‘Inugyunay Festival’
By Remo On Sunday, December 24th, 2017

2017 Inugyunay Festival Fireworks Display

Inugyunay Festival or “festival of unity” (from the Hiligaynon word “inugyun” , meaning to unite ) is a month long festival of spectacularly lighted christmas tree, nightly variety shows, bazaars, More...

By Remo On Thursday, December 24th, 2015

The 2015 Inugyunay Festival Fireworks Display in Photos!

I have seen and photographed previous Inugyunay‘s fireworks displays but this is the first time I took it from a different location. Finally mustered confidence to play a little patintero with vehicles  passing More...

By Remo On Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Inugyunay Festival warms up Tacurong’s 2014 Christmas season!

It’s back! From the modest celebration last year, this year’s Inugyunay Festival will surely warm up the chilly nights of December here in Tacurong City. Inugyunay Festival or “festival of unity” More...

By Remo On Monday, December 24th, 2012

Fireworks rock at Inugyunay Festival 2012!

I’ve been covering Inugyunay Festival‘s great fireworks display since 2009 but this is the first time I have to climb a roof just to get “the view”. The viewing crowd is getting bigger every More...

By Remo On Monday, December 24th, 2012
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Biggest crowd-getter, jaw-dropper and wow-getter Inugyunay Festival

This year’s Inugyunay Festival is so far the biggest crowd-getter I’ve witnessed in my three years of covering this festival. The hordes of people that came in early, the long line at the entrance, the More...

By Remo On Saturday, December 24th, 2011

Bagrong Tacurong Celebrates Inugyunay Festival this 2011!

Although a more “tamed” and “thrift” celebrations surprised many, this year’s Inugyunay Festival still provided entertainment for most Tacurongnons last night. For those who don’t More...

By Remo On Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Tacurong Inugyunay Festival: Will there be an Inugyunay Festival this 2011?

There are two festivals Tacurong City is known for- Talakudong and the Inugyunay Festival. I was lucky enough to have witnessed both festivals for several years now and I’ve seen a few changes especially for More...