Carcar City bags 2 major titles in Pasigarbo sa Sugbo 2022

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CARCAR City's Kabkaban Festival has defended its title, as it won the Best in Ritual Showdown award during the Pasigarbo sa Sugbo 2022.

The city's contingent did not only secure the grand prize in the major category, as it also got the first place in the Street Dance Competition.

Kabkaban Festival was also named the contingent with the “Best in Jingle” and it placed third in Best Andas category.

Here is the list of winners in this year's Pasigarbo sa Sugbo.

* BEST IN RITUAL SHOWDOWN

1st — Carcar City (Kabkaban Festival - defending champion)

2nd — Toledo City

3rd — City of Naga (Dagitab Festival)

4th — Minglanilla (Sugat Kabanhawan Festival)

5th — Bantayan (Palawod Festival)

6th — Talisay City (Halad Inasal Festival)

7th — Liloan (Rosquillos Festival)

8th — Dalaguete (Utanon Festival)

9th — Consolacion (Sarok Festival)

10th — Moalboal (Kagasangan Festival)

* BEST IN STREET DANCING

1st — Carcar City (Kabkaban Festival)

2nd — Barili (Panumod Festival)

3rd — Liloan (Rosquillos Festival)

4th — Minglanilla (Sugat Kabanhawan Festival)

5th — Dalaguete (Utanon Festival)

* BEST IN COSTUME — Minglanilla’s Sugat Kabanhawan

* BEST IN JINGLE — Carcar City’s Kabkaban Festival

* BEST DECORATED AUDIO VAN TOP 5

1st — Madridejos (Isda Festival)

2nd — Balamban (Lingaw-Sadya Festival)

3rd — Minglanilla (Sugat Kabanhawan Festival)

4th — Consolacion (Sarok Festival)

5th — Bantayan (Palawod Festival)

* BEST IN ANDAS

1st — Minglanilla (Sugat Kabanhawan Festival)

2nd — Mandaue City (Panagtagbo Festival)

3rd — Carcar City (Kabkaban Festival) and Ronda (Humba Festival)

Cebu Provincial Tourism Officer Maria Lester Ybañez told SunStar Cebu that they only printed around 10,000 wristbands that would serve as tickets the public can use to enter the Cebu City Sports Center on Sunday, August 2022.

Ybañez noted that the grandstand has the capacity of around 12,000 but they only printed 10,000 for safety purposes and avoid congestion during the event.

She said they distributed equal number of wristbands to all the local government units (LGUs), including the two guest cities of Cebu and Lapu-Lapu.

Around 50 contingents from various parts of Cebu participated in this year's Pasigarbo sa Sugbo.

"We also allocated certain number of wristbands to our stakeholders in this program and of course, to our supporters. The rest we gave out to those [who] inquired online and at the gates," said Ybañez, adding that some would really try to go inside the venue of the ritual showdown. (MKG)