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The Sinukwan Festival recaptures the Kapampangan spirit with a weeklong cultural revivals capped by a grand streetdance parade in the streets of San Fernando, with towns outdoing each other to the tune of “Atin Cu Pung Singsing.” Organized annually by the Save Pampanga Movement, the festival memorializes Aring Sinukwan, god of the ancient Kapampangans.The festival is participated by different schools in pampanga with various costumes and dance numbers. It is celebrated every December.
The week-long Pampanga activities include trade fairs (food and crafts), local photo contest, cultural pageants, street dancing and cultural shows.
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The Sinukwan Festival relives the Kapampangan spirit with a weeklong calendar of cultural revivals capped by a grand street-dance parade in the streets of San Fernando, with towns outdoing each other to the tune of “Atin Cu Pung Singsing“. Organized annually by the Save Pampanga Movement, the festival memorializes Aring Sinukwan, god of the ancient Kapampangans.
A province-wide fest held in December in the City of San Fernando, it celebrates the Kapampangan spirit with various art and culture-oriented events capped by a grand street-dance parade. All participating towns of Pampanga out do each other singing and dancing the Atin Cu Pung Singsing. The fest, which is named after the ancient mythical god Aring Sinukwan, also puts to the fore the various attractions of the cities and municipalities of the province.
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