Iloilo Dinagyang Festival 2021 Schedule of Activities

Dinagyang Festival
in Iloilo City, Philippines has become 
one of the most sought-after prestigious festivals in the Philippines happening every January. It is known for it's gradient cultural nature that brings joy and unity to all festival-goers.

Dinagyang is a Hiligaynon word which means “merrymaking". This annual feast transforms Iloilo City into an impressive street party with overflowing energy, joyful people, non-stop music and events, sumptious food and drinks. Dinagyang Festival highlights the amazing tribe dance performances depicting different stories from the pasts.

Dinagyang Festival Schedule 2021

Dinagyang Festival is a religious festivities in the Philippines that celebrates the feast of the Santo NiƱo and the pact between the Datus and locals; similar to Cebu's Sinulog Festival and Aklan's Ati-Atihan Festival. These three annual festivals happen all within the month of January.

Iloilo Dinagyang Festival Schedule of Activities 2021

Despite of all the outragious events which happened in the year 2020, new normal will be embraced and everyone will continue to propagate goodness, hope, courageand will unite as one. Dinagyang Festival this year will be different. Most of the activities will be virtual now and tribe performances will be streamed via GMA Regional TV and Dinagyang Facebook Pages.

Here is the complete schedule of events for this year's Iloilo Dinagyang Festival brought to us by Iloilo City Local Government Unit and Iloilo Festivals Foundation Inc. (IFFI):

Pinta sa Kapiestahan (JCI Iloilo) | January 10-17 | Atria Park District

Pamukaw sa Virtual Opening Salvo 2021
January 15, 5PM | Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

Dinagyang Fun Bike Ride | January 17 | Iloilo Business Park-Megaworld
Iloilo Dinagyang 2021 MarketMarket (PCCI) | January 18-24 | SM City Iloilo Activity Center
One Iloilo, One Dinagyang Trade Fair | January 18-24 | Festive Mall Iloilo
Dinagyang Costume Exhibit | January 18-24 | SM City Iloilo North Point
Dinagyang Fantasy Make-Up Contest | January 18 | Robinson's Place Jaro Activity Center
Dinagyang Drumbeats | January 20 | Robinson's Place Iloilo Fountain Area

Sto. Nino Religious Motorcade (IFFI & San Jose Parish) | January 22, 2PM | 
San Jose Parish Church - Iloilo City main streets

Dinagyang Foodfest | January 22-24 | 
Iloilo Convention Center (Mercado Iloilo Weekend Market & IHRA); 
City Time Square (Street Food Night Market Drive Thru); SM City Iloilo (Batchoy Festival) and 
ATRIA Park District (Tienda)

Dagyang sa Calle Real Time (Rotary Club of Iloilo South) | January 23, 9AM-11AM | 
Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

Dinagyang Warrior Fashion Show | January 23, 5:30PM | Festive Mall Iloilo

Virtual Religious Sadsad 2021 (IFFI & San Jose Parish) | January 23, 7PM | 
Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

Virtual Dinagyang Mass 2021 (IFFI & San Jose Parish) | January 24, 7AM |  Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

One Dinagyang Digital Presentation | January 24, Sunday, Morning | 
GMA Regional TV 6,  Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

Virtual Awarding Ceremony (IFFI & San Jose Parish) | January 24, 6PM |  
Online Stream: (Dinagyang Social Media Pages)

The celebration continues! Just be reminded to be a responsible citizen especially outside your homes. The threat of the recent pandemic virus COVID-19 is still around the corner. Prepare and protect yourselves all the time and always follow AITF health protocols. 
Stay healthy and funky! See you there!

Official Schedule of Event Poster for this years's Dinagyang Festival 2021

Dinagyang Festival Schedule 2021

Dinagyang Festival Schedule 2021

For more updates about the upcoming Iloilo Dinagyang Festival 2021, you can also visit IBS Digital Network Media Portal and Iloilo Dinagyang Facebook page.

Diamond Georgina

Diamond Georgina is a lifestyle entrepreneur and blogger based in Iloilo City. Apart from blogging and being a professional salesperson, she loves filming (video content), traveling, and emerging in communities. She considers herself a life-long learner. Feel free to collaborate.

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