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March 25 | Negros Occidental
Kisi Kisi is a dance parade which imitates the way fishes flip-flop and twitch as they are hauled during the bountiful harvest.
Participating groups wear costumes and headdresses adorned with multi-colored shells & fishnets while props include bamboo poles and baskets used for fishing.
Before the dance parade, there is a re-enactment of the Sinulog in honor of the town’s patron Sr. Sto. Niño. According to the stories, the saint saved the village from the moro raids.
Read more about Kisi Kisi Festival.