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Fiesta, Fiesta! A Bangus Festival in Pangasinan!

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The Bangus Festival is from April 8 – May 1. Celebrate with us!

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Come celebrate with Dagupan City and all of Pangasinan! Visit our city from April 8 to May 1 and join in on the festivities of the city I am very much proud of.

See you there!

(Look further down for Calendar of Activities, Hotel Accommodations, and How to Get to Dagupan City.)

Bangus Festival Calendar of Activities

Date Festival Event
April 8 Motorcade

Opening/Mass

START of PHOTO CONTEST

Auto Electronic Show1

Home and Appliance Trade Fair

BANGUS ED CAROSA

April 9 RIVER CRUISE

Auto Electronic Show

2nd Mayor BSL Cup) Shoot Fest 1

Badminton 1

Café ed Park

Bangus Art exhibit

Pisasalamat

Dagupan’s Best

April 10 Auto Electronic Show2

Dagupan’s Best

2nd Mayor BSL Cup) Shoot Fest 1

Café ed Park

Badminton 2

April 11 Fishing Contest (Mabilay lay ilog ko)
April 12 Mangrove Planting

Dagupan Graffiti Art Walk

April 14 Mangrove Planting

Sculpture Painting Contest

April 15 HALO HALO FEST

Pigar – Pigar Fest 1

April 16 Dagupan’s Best

Bangus Run Takbo para sa Kabuhayan

Golf Tournament

Pigar – Pigar 2

Kapamilya Caravan

YugYugan Ed Bangus Fest 2011

April 17 Dagupan’s Best

Pigar – Pigar 3

SUNDAY MARKET

Drag race

On Road Vuelta Bike Race

April 18 Kick boxing
April 19 Mangrove Planting

Boxing

April 24 EASTER SUNDAY

Dagupan’s Best

Easter Egg Hunt

TV SHOW

Start of Wall Climbing

Bangus Fest Talent Show

April 25 Unveiling of the new City Seal

Langoy Bangus 1 (Pool)

Bikini Open

April 26 Langoy Bangus 2 (Ilog)

Miss Gay Bangus Festival Queen

Party/Concert

April 27 Handog ng Bombo Concert
April 28 GILON GILON ED DALAN

Miss Magic Pagaent

April 29 Bangus Rodeo

101 WAYS TO COOK BANGUS

BATTLE OF THE BANDS

Iwata Visitors

April 30 Dagupan’s Best

KALUTAN ED DALAN

Grand Fireworks

Off Road Mountain Bike

Takbo para sa KKK Marathon

Off Road Mountain Bike

May 1 PISTAY DAYAT (Sea Festival)

BODY BUILDING

PHOTO CONTEST EXHIBIT

BICYCLE WARS

Dagupan’s Best

Looking for other things you can do on your own in the city?
Here’s a Top 10 Things to SEE, DO, or EAT in Dagupan City. 🙂

Past Festival Photos:

Gilon Gilon ed Dalan (More Sayawan)

How to get to Dagupan City:
1) By Bus: Take the Victory Liner (Pasay or Cubao Stations) or Five Star Bus Liner’s buses heading for Dagupan City. It’s a 4-5 hour trip. Get off at the bus station in Dagupan City (the last stop), and just roam around town via the Downtown Jeepney or the tricycles.

2) By Car: Take NLEX, then take the Mabalacat exit (last exit), then follow the road to up to Urdaneta City. In Urdaneta, take a left at the Urdaneta-Calasiao Road, then when you hit an intersection (where there’s Jollibee, a Toyota Showroom and the Pangasinan Regency Hotel), take Caranglaan Road until you hit Perez Blvd. That’s Dagupan City Proper. Just follow the route of the Downtown jeepneys to go around town.

Hotel Accommodations:

Pangasinan Regency Hotel
Judge Jose de Venecia Avenue, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 517 6232 ?

Star Plaza Hotel
Near Quintos Bridge, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 523 4678

Floren Hotel
Rizal Street, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 522 0666 ?

Gelymar Travelers Inn
54 Perez Boulevard, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 522 0282 ?

Dagupan Garden Hotel
958 Lucao District, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 523 4439 ?

Arizona Inn
Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 523 4766 ?

Lenox Hotel
Rizal Street, Dagupan, Philippines
+63 75 515 8889 ?

Rose Plaza Inn
Bonuan Boquig, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 523 5455 ?

City De Luxe Hotel & Restaurant
Lucao, Dagupan City, Philippines
+63 75 522 9276 ?


The author, Tristan Mirasol, is owner/author of the blog Ten Minutes, Tops! and promotes travel via the travel club he co-founded called ClubTravelNOW!.


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  • Neila Padilla Tuliao

    I miss my hometown hope to see Bangus Festival next year….

  • NANCY IBAY

    kahit anong luto ang bangus masarap, walang kaparis ang celebrasyon dyan sa Pilipinas kaya nakakamiss talaga, “there’s no better place like home”