Folklorama 2013: Philippine Pavilion Nayong Pilipino
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The Philippine archipelago comprises 7,107 islands, of which only about 2,000 are inhabited. The Philippine Pavilion Nayong Pilipino takes you on a tour of just a handful of them. From traditional warrior dances, to marriage rituals, to acrobatics, to the classic bamboo dance – the Philippine Pavilion is sure to keep you on the edge of your seats.


Food You Must Try: Lumpia (ground meat, minced onions, finely chopped carrots and seasoning rolled up in a paper thin wrapper)

Drink You Must Try: San Miguel Beer

Official Pavilion Information:

Location: Tec Voc High School, 1555 Wall St. East (Located @ Wall & Notre Dame)

Show Time:
Sun – Thu 6:45, 8:15, 9:45pm
Fri, Sat 5:30, 6:45, 8:15, 9:45, 11:00pm
* See link below for official times

Sun, Fri, Sat 5:00pm – 12:00am
Mon – Thu 5:00pm – 11:00pm

Pavilion Sponsor:
Philippine Association of Manitoba Inc.

Pavilion Coordinator:
Oscar de Paula

Adult Ambassadors:
May Deculing
Lou Fernandez

Youth Ambassadors:
Katelyn Casalla
Astrid Hernandez

Experience the wonder and beauty of Filipino culture at our pavilion with Kayumanggi Philippine Performing Arts. Sit back and enjoy as our performers, dressed in stunning folk clothes, take you on a journey through a variety of folk dances from the Philippines, with intricate choreography and directed by Sheila Bughao. Dine like Filipinos and try pancit (noodles) or lumpia (fried eggrolls), and indulge in our signature barbequed pork skewers. Complete your meal with a San Miguel beer or refreshing coconut juice. Stop by the cultural display to learn about Filipino customs, imported Filipino products and see beautiful wood carvings, brought in from the Philippines. [FOLKLORAMA: PHILIPPINE PAVILION NAYONG PILIPINO]