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Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival
June 1 - 2, 2019
Armory, Armory Main Level, Mural Amphitheatre


Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival

The 32nd annual Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival commemorates the 120th anniversary of Philippine independence and the rich diversity of Filipino culture through educational, interactive, colorful, and interesting series of events, workshops, exhibits, demonstrations and performances.  The Filipino culture’s essence is expressed through various art forms - performing, visual, photography, literary, musical, and culinary - providing an insight into the rich diversity and provenance of what makes Filipino art and culture both unique and similar to other ethnic groups. The audience will learn about Filipino history, art and culture beyond stereotypes, as well as the Filipinos’ contributions to the dynamic economic and cultural life of the City of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
Join us for exciting events such as dances, martial arts, films, photography, arts and artifacts exhibits, bands, indigenous outfits showcase, Philippine traditional and contemporary outfits, information and food booths, children’s hands-on activities and others at the Seattle center Armory and Mural Amphitheater.
Pagdiriwang is produced by the Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington (FCHSW) in partnership with Seattle Center and others at the Seattle Center Armory and Mural Amphitheater.
Photo Credit: John Philip Paredes and Lane Wilcken.

Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington
Seattle, WA

Seattle Center Festál is produced with the generous support of KUOW 94.9 Public Radio, Coca-Cola, Alaska Airlines, T-Mobile, Lyft, Northwest Folklife Festival, 4Culture and ArtsWA. Additional support is provided by the City of Seattle and Seattle Center Foundation.

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