Colors of Masskara Festival

MassKara is coined from two words: Mass, which means “many, or multitude,” and Kara, a Spanish word for “face,” thus MassKara is “a mass or multitude of smiling faces.” For Bacolodnons, MassKara is a celebration and expression of thanks for the abundance of blessings life brings them.

We arrived at Bacolod Pavillon Hotel almost late lunch. While having lunch, I went to the reception officer to check the highlight of Masskara Festival in town. After meal, we took a quick bath and went to Araneta St. cor San Sebastian St. to witness the colorful parade of Masskara Festival. Sharing few photos taken from my camera.

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