Thousands of revelers from around the country and across the world join Bacoleños as they celebrate the MassKara Festival.
Time for Bacolod Masskara photos! I choose the decent ones because I haven't brought my DSLR with me, all I had was my digital camera and my phone, hope you enjoy!
During The highlight week, the festive mood in Bacolod becomes contagious as masked dancers line the streets during the three-day streetdancing competition, dancing along with the music from the major streets all the way to the Bacolod public plaza.
Do you recognize this guy?
Visitors can join the biggest and longest street party in the Philippines when we close 18 blocks of our major highway. Another highlight is the Electric MassKara at the Tourism Strip in Lacson Street where dancers, whose bodies are colorfully lighted, gyrate to the infectious rhythm of festival music.
Click HERE if you want to see an example video.
It was fun, indeed. It's not my first time to visit Bacolod but it was my first to celebrate the festival. I'm definitely coming back next year!
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