Sinulog 2015 Route Maps

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To make your Sinulog 2015 experience hassle-free and very enjoyable, here are a few must-know route maps. Please study the route maps, or if you want, you can print out a copy. 🙂

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The Sinulog Grand Parade will be held on January 18, 2014. As usual, the parade will follow the carousel route. That means that the contingents will start and end at the same spot. Performances will start at 9 in the morning.

If you don’t want to watch the Sinulog in the streets and you want to try the grandstand for a change, check out the ticket rates below:

Pink – Php1,000
Blue (VIP) – Php2,500
Yellow – Php1,200
Green – Php1,000

Sector 1: Cebu City Sports Center
Sector 2: Jones Avenue (up to corner Arlington Pond)
Sector 3: Jones Avenue (from Arlington Pond) to Fuente Osmeña to General Maxilom Avenue (up to corner National Bookstore)
Sector 4: General Maxilom Avenue (from corner National Bookstore to corner D. Jakosalem St.)
Sector 5: General Maxilom (from corner D. Jakosalem St.) to M. J. Cuenco Avenue (Carreta Cemetery)
Sector 6: M. J. Cuenco Avenue (from Carreta Cemetery to corner Barangay Day-As)
Sector 7: M. J. Cuenco Avenue (from corner Barangay Day-As) to N. Bacalso Avenue (up to City Central School)

Start – Basilica
^ Jones Avenue / Fuente
> General Maxilom Avenue
> New Imus Road
< M. J. Cuenco Avenue
v Plaza Independencia
End – Basilica

And, hey! Registration for the annual Sinulog Photo Contest is now open! If you want to have free access to exciting Sinulog events like the Festival Queen competition, the Sinulog sa Kabataan Competitions, and many others, get your Photographer’s ID now. This year, rate is Php1,800. (Yikes, better start saving up. 🙁) But if you register from December 1 to 31, you get Php300 off on registration fee.

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