Karansa Festival Danao Cebu

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The festival is honor to St. Sto. Thomas de Villanueva, the patron saint of Danao City.

According to the history, it was called Karansa because the people of Brgy. Suba, Danao City, will gather and celebrates for a successful day of work through performing a dance using the four basic steps, the kikay, karag, kurug and kurahay.

It was called Karansa because the people of Brgy. Suba in Danao City, a known for Potters will gather and celebrates for a successful day of work through performing adance. This the proud of Danawanons which remains its cultures and heritage of Danao City.

Contingents from the city elementary and high school of Danao City will show the highlights of the festival street dancing, showdown competitions and Karansa Festival Queen.

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Karansa Festival Danao Cebu
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