Reyna lee Aliwan: Festival Queen research reach a temperature pitch at Aliwan 2024

At Aliwan Fiesta 2024, women from different regions of the Philippines will compete for the highly anticipated yearly search for Reyna ng Aliwan, the event queen, or Reyna ng Aliwan. The celebration is scheduled for June 27 through June 29. Miss Sinulog’s role in Reyna ng AliwanA well-known launchpad for aspiring show contestants, Reyna ng Aliwan provides a platform for younger Filipinas to display both their outstanding beauty and intellectual prowess.
The Aliwan Fiesta parade, one of the main highlights since 2003, showcases Filipino nations, hospitality, and history. Individuals who are 16 or older can compete in several festivals in their hometowns.
The show features a wide range of beauty and tradition this year’s contestants. The Zamboanga Hermosa Festival may be represented by Kate Camile Ferrer Pioquinto from Zamboanga del Sur, and Makati City’s Kristine Dineros will take the stage of the Caracol Festival. The Grand Ammungan Festival did feature Regina Jane Villaray from Nueva Vizcaya.
Nicole Grencio from Paranaque City will bring the heart of the Sunduan Festival, while Michele Angela Okol from the City of Manila may reflect the Lakbayaw Festival. The Ayat Festival may be represented by Prima Joy Alamban from Malabon City and Prianka Elina Laurena Goswami from San Juan, La Union.
Kate Winslet Villa from Ilocos Norte may promote the Tan- fine ni Ilocano Festival, and Maria Sophia P. Reyes from Guiguinto, Bulacan will reflect the Halamanan Festival. Fiesta Republica will be the subject of a panel discussion between Arrabelle Mangahas from Malolos City, Bulacan, and Zarina Mayor Ayub from Iba, Zambales, who will also provide the Dinamulag Mango Festival.
Rizty Espleguira from Antipolo City, Rizal, and Suyhen Luxnie Del Rosario from Taytay, Rizal did both represent the Antipolo Maytime Festival, while Suyhen Luxnie Del Rosario from Taytay, Rizal may take the Hamaka Festival to the stage. Juliana Louise H. Martinez from Pagbilao, Quezon Province may show the Niyogyugan Festival, and Ameera Sulaiman Said D. Almamari from Atimonan, Quezon Province may promote the Tagultol Fishing Festival.
From Lucena, Quezon Province, April Joy Tañafranca may reflect the Pasayahan Festival. The attractive Dinagyang Festival may be brought to the stage by Angel Jed Zaragoza Latorre from Iloilo City, Iloilo. The Sinulog Festival may be represented by Mariel Bogert from Cebu City, while the Pasigarbo sa Sugbo Festival may be highlighted by Cebu Province’s Mia Loureen Tamayo.
A costume section, an evening gown presentation, and a festival swimsuit competition that culminates with a great parade are included in the program.
Reyna ng Aliwan 2023Because of the show’s availability for viewing on digital platforms, audiences can also assess contestants with the same criteria the judges will use: 35 % for Personality, 35 % for Beauty and Poise, 20 % for Costume, and 10 % for Overall Impact, for a total of 100 %.
The winner may certainly compete in any other beauty pageants until she gives her queen to her successor, and she shall participate in special activities for Aliwan Fiesta and various MBC Media Group events. Cebu’s Kiara Liane Wellington, who represented the Sinulog Festival and was crowned Reyna lee Aliwan last year, made an appearance for Aliwan Fiesta as part of the MBC Media Group group at different events throughout the country.
Other winners have gone on to compete and succeed names both domestic and international, specifically: Vera Eumee Reiter, who bagged Mutya ng Pilipinas, as well as Mary Jean Lastimosa, Rogelie Catacutan, and Ahtisa Manalo, who became Binibining Pilipinas name buyers, Jamie Herrell and Karla Henry who won Miss Earth, Rizzini Alexis Gomez and Angeli Dione Gomez, who won the Miss Tourism International jewels, Cynthia Thomalla, who was hailed as Miss Eco International, and Sharifa Aqeel who won Miss Asia Pacific International.
The Aliwan Fiesta 2024 is organized by the MBC Media Group in partnership with the City of Pasay, the City of Manila, and the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The celebration promises an amazing extravaganza of music, dancing, and historical displays. It is also supported by Pride, Unique, Smart, Star Wax, Shield, Charm, White Rose, Dunkin Donuts, Bingo Plus, MX3, Rexona, Sunsilk, Lady’s Choice, Knorr Sinigang, AICS, Bayview, Tanduay, Absolute, and Summit.
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