January in Cebu can only mean on thing.
Of course, we cannot have Sinulog without a host of events at Parkmall. As you know, there is always something happening at Parkmall. January is no exception. This month they celebrate Sugbo Fest – a month long gathering of the finest of Cebu in celebration of the Sinulog season.
Kumbira, Cebu’s Food Festival 2016
The festival will feature a feast of epic proportions. Each weekend will have a specific theme and will give your stomach a taste of the best Cebu has to offer.
Sutukil sa Parkmall
Are you ready to have a sutukil weekend? Sutukil is based on the words sugba (to grill), tula (to stew) and kilaw (raw food). Referring to how the food (usually seafood) is cooked. Best to come here with your barkada. That is the only way to truly enjoy this kind of food.
You can’t have a food festival without featuring lechon. You just can’t! This is Cebu! Parkmall gathered the finest roasters in town. So you’ll have every opportunity to devour the most delicious pig in the country. There’s even an actual pig-roasting to curb out the festivities.
Flavors of Cebu
Get a chance to sample delicacies from all the different municipalities in Cebu. If you don’t have the time to travel around our lovely island, this is the next best thing. You’ll end your trip with a full happy tummy.
Festival Gown Exhibit
Bask in the colors of Sinulog. The festival gowns during Sinulog are beautiful art pieces in themselves. Take a closer look at each gown during the exhibit.
Festival Queen Sinulog Parade
January 15-17 (3pm to 5pm)
Then just when you thought the gowns couldn’t be more wondrous, watch them come to life as the festival queens don the gowns and strut their stuff to the beats and colors of Sinulog.
A festival isn’t complete without music. You’ll have an eargasmic experience with a Bisrock line-up with the likes of Mantikilya, Emping Kabisote, Braindamage, Southrace, Phylum and Agipo. It’s the perfect time for a beer and many pieces of lechon.
St. Joseph and Sto. Nino Exhibit
To culminate the festivities, get up close and personal to the images and painting of St. Joseph and Sto. Niño.