SarBay Festival: The Ultimate Beach Party to happen this May 2024

 SarBay Festival: The Ultimate Beach Party to happen this May 2024

GUMASA, Glan (May 16, 2024) – Sarangani Province is all set for the ultimate beach party, the Sarbay Fest 2024, this May 24-26. This year’s summer party will be held at its new venue, the Reyes Beach, in Gumasa, Glan.

In the three-day celebration, Sarbay Seatizens can look forward to exciting water sports events and adventures, and all-night concerts and parties.

Several events include Inksplash Tattoo Competition 2.0, Adventourism Ride, Skim Jam, SarBay Drum Beating Competition, Swim Across the Bay Relay, SarBay Strongman, Yoga by the Beach, Sand Sculpture, and Bay Bodies.

Also, sports enthusiasts can anticipate sports events like Beach Volleyball, Frisbee, Invitational Jet Ski Race, and the 1st Gov. Rogelio D. Pacquiao National Fishing Tournament.

Other sports events like the 1st SarBay Pickleball Tournament, SarBay National Table Tennis Tournament, and 1st Invitational Badminton Tournament will be held at the Sarangani Sports Training Center at the Capitol Grounds.

To further advocate for the environmental protection and conservation of the Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape, Sarbay Fest 2024 will also hold activities like Crown of Thorns collection, Scubasurero, and Sarbay Heroes Camp.

Local and national bands and celebrities will entertain the Sarbay crowd in the evening concerts featuring Mayonnaise, Kean Cipriano, Enchi, Hashtags, The Secret, Kuerdas, and other guest DJs.

Sarbay goers can also experience and enjoy the chillout area and the food stalls, and avail of Sarbay souvenirs at several souvenir shops.

SarBay Festival: The Ultimate Beach Party to happen this May 2024

Governor Rogelio Pacquiao encouraged the locals and tourists to join in the celebration and help "protect and preserve the rich and bountiful Sarangani Bay."

"Through unity and cooperation, let us demonstrate our dedication to caring for our environment for the present and the future," the governor added. (Jori Mae R. Samillano/SARANGANI PROVINCIAL INFORMATION OFFICE)

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