Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Marching Bands

The Feast of San Roque was celebrated here in Navotas a week ago and aside from the food, night market, and church events, a fluvial parade and a land parade was held. We weren't able to watch the fluvial parade as we were not aware of the time it was done but we were able to catch the traditional parade a day before the actual feast. It was not as grand and as glamorous as the previous year but it was fun to watch nonetheless. Below are some of the marching bands that participated in the event, I think I have a few more in my file but I'll do it in series to avoid flooding of photos.

Unfortunately, I can't tell and pin point which is which, just like you, I can only distinguish one from the other through their uniforms, sorry. But know that, all of them are great, imagine walking that long, carrying and playing their various music instruments while the majorettes perform every stop, and still be able to smile. They're all worth the wait.


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