Sunggod Ta Kamanga Festival

Quezon, Bukidnon

Sunggod Ta Kamanga Festival is located in Quezon, Bukidnon. It is a festival of rituals, an annual Grand Thanksgiving Celebration of the Manobo Tribes of the Municipality to be held every month of February.

Sunggod Ta Kamanga Festival News

  • Sunggod Te Kamanga Festival Quezon, Bukidnon

    Sunggod Te Kamanga Festival Quezon, Bukidnon

    Just when most festivals in the Philippines have become copycats of Sinulog, Sunggod Te Kamanga is doing it differently truthful, wonderful & inspiring. It expresses real cultural attractiveness & teaches how to handle its exchange value to tourism. Above all, it keeps the integrity of the culture that it celebrates.

  • DOT Announces Ethnic Festival Celebration In Bukidnon

    DOT Announces Ethnic Festival Celebration In Bukidnon

    The Department of Tourism in Region 10 (DOT) has announced that Quezon town in Bukidnon province will celebrated one of the biggest ethnic and tradition "Sunggod Ta Kamanga 2016" this week, the Philippine Information Agency regional office reported.

    In a travel advisory, DOT Regional Director Catalino E. Chan III sad the festival is a showcase of the Manobo tribe, particularly the Manobo-Pulangihon (those living near Pulangi river) and Matigsalog (those living in the highlands).

    A series of activities are set for the festival including street dancing, a tableau competition, Paratuan Ritu ...

  • DOT Announces Sunggod Ta Kamanga 2016 Festival In Bukidnon

    In a travel advisory issued by the Department of Tourism (DOT) region 10, the municipality of Quezon in the province of Bukidnon will celebrate one of the biggest ethnic culture and traditions in the region dubbed "Sunggod Ta Kamanga 2016" from 22-23 February, this year.

    A series of activities are set for the festival and will be highlighted by the street dancing and tableau competition, Paratuan Ritual (installation and recognition of New Ethnic Leader), Padtungan Ta Kasal Ritual (A Tribal Wedding Ceremony), Search for "Laga Ta Kiokong 2016" and Traditional Ethnic Sports participated by al ...

  • Bnon Lumads Mark Sunggod Ta Kamanga

    Tribal people from the Manobo Pulangihon and Manobo Matigsalod of the rich and progressive and first-class municipality of Quezon in the province of Bukidnon were joined by the convergence of over a thousand of visitors, spectators, and tourists in celebrating the Sunggod Ta Kamanga Festival 2015 that kicked off on February 22 and ended on February 24, 2015.

    The festival is an annual grand thanksgiving celebration of the Pulangihon and Matigsalog Manobo tribes which is held every third week of February on the grounds of Dona Resing Park in Quezon town.

    The celebration is aimed at preserv ...

  • Sunggod Ta Kamanga A Festival Of Rituals

    Sunggod Ta Kamanga, a unique festival of custom and tradition of the Manobo tribes, the original settlers of this town marks another milestone in cultural history after successfully showcasing its 3 day ethnic activities and presentations.

    It is an annual gathering where different rituals depicted by Manobos (Pulanguihon), impresses the uniqueness of their culture that has been fully recognized by Local Government Unit (LGU) of Quezon.

    Sunggod Ta Kama is listed in by the Department of Tourism (DOT) as among the country's must see festivals.

    Mayor Gregorio Lloren Gue who's behind the c ...

  • A Unique Festival Of Ethnic Custom And Tradition

    A Unique Festival Of Ethnic Custom And Tradition

    Sunggod Ta Kamanga, this municipality's annual festival in honor of its original inhabitants??"the Manobos??"came to a close last week with Mayor Gregorio Gue expressing elation at the highly successful three-day celebration.

    An ethnic showcase of Quezon's origins, the festival focused on Manobos and its sub-tribes Matigsalog, Pulangihon, Omayamnon, Tigwahanon who have retained their culture, customs and tradition and are vital cogs in the municipality's social and economic development.Again we have relived our past in a thanksgiving to honor the Manobos, said Mayor Gue, saying the large cr ...