Tribu Lumad Basakanon and the Province of Masbate were picked champions in the Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade free interpretation and Sinulog-based categories

Rising up from calamities and misfortunes with the help of the Señor Sto. Niño were main concepts in many of Sunday’s Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade performances.

Other entries incorporated Philippine historical accounts.

After a whole day of performances, the judges picked the Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade winners.

Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade winners

Sinulog-based category

Champion: Kulturang Placereño, Masbate
Second Place: Tribu Sinanduloy of Tangub City, Misamis Occidental
Third Place: Tuburan National High School of Tuburan, Cebu
Fourth Place: Carcar City, Division of Carcar
Fifth Place: Talisay City Elementary School

Free Interpretation Category

Champion: Lumad Basakanon of Barangay Basak, San Nicolas
Second Place: Tribu Himag-ulaw of Placer, Masbate
Third Place: Abellana National High School
Fourth Place: Plaridel, Misamis Occidental
Fifth Place: Talamban Elementary School

Street dancing competition
First Place: Lumad Basakanon
Second Place: Tangub City
Third Place: Kulturang Placereño, Masbate

Best in Costume
Free Interpretation: Lumad Basakanon
Sinulog-based: Tribu Sinanduloy of Tangub City

Best in Musicality
Free Interpretation: Province of Lanao del Norte
Sinulog-based: Tribu Sinanduloy of Tangub City

Marlen is the editor of and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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