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19th Annual Filipino Fiesta on Saturday

HONOLULU -(HawaiiNewsNow) Hawaii is celebrating all thins Filipino tomorrow at the 19th Annual Filipino Fiesta at Kapiolani Park. Ramsay Wharton donned her Kimona at the Philippine Consulate General to show off some of the food and entertainment that'll be featured at the event.

There will be cultural exhibits, music, dance, ten food booths, a Manny Pacquiao look-alike competition and other keiki activities.

The highlight of the Fiesta will be the performance of two Philippine-based celebrity performers - Dennis Trillo and Iza Calzado - courtesy of GMA Pinoy TV, Philippines. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqcc2P3sD8U

The Fiesta culminates with a free drawing of six round trip tickets to Manila, courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines.

Try Me Restaurant:
399 North King Street
808-693-5833
808-861-6728
Monday - Sunday
4:00 am - 7:00 pm

Tekniqlingz Dance Crew: Specializing in Filipino dance, Tinikling, Carinosa, Sakuting and Pandanggo Sa Ilaw.

Tekniqlingz@gmail.com
www.tekniqlingqz.com

For more information:

FilCom Center : http://www.filcom.org/
Philippine Consulate General in Hawaii http://www.philippineconsulatehonolulu.com/

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