Seattle Center Festál
Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival
June 3-4, 2017
Armory Main Level
This Independence Day festival has evolved and expanded over the decades. When it began in 1987, it focused on traditional songs and dances. Soon it presented fashion, foods and youth drill teams, then added cultural games, craft activities and contemporary music, art and literature.
Philippine Festival is produced by the Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington (FCHSW) in partnership with Seattle Center and community organizations.
Photo Credit: Buddy Dumlao
Thank you to our sponsor:
Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington
About Seattle Center Festál
In 2017, Seattle Center Festál celebrates 20 years of global music, dance, art, crafts, history, food and insight presented through a unique partnership among community organizations and Seattle Center. This illuminating series of 24 ethnic cultural festivals on weekends throughout the year seeks to connect people in ways that build understanding, dispel stereotypes and generate pride among the generations who participate in these shared experiences. Seattle Center Festál is produced with the generous support of KUOW 94.9 Public Radio, Coca-Cola, Alaska Airlines, T-Mobile, Wells Fargo, The Boeing Company, 4Culture and ArtsWA. Additional support is provided by the City of Seattle and Seattle Center Foundation.
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