Crowds gathered in Seals Plaza to enjoy Filipino food from food trucks, listen to live music by Filipino performers, as well as shop for goods from various vendors participating in the event.
On the field, the Mabuhay Folkloric Society performed a traditional Filipino dance for the fans in AT&T Park. The group, with performers all under the age of 18, performed cultural Muslim/Moro Suite dance, which pays homage to the influence of Mindanao.
The Mabuhay Folkloric Society is led by Johnny Velosa, who has an extensive experience in the performing arts.
“Last weekend, we performed at the Adobo Festival,” Velosa said. “We also recently performed at Kalayaan.”
On deck for the group based out of Union City is a performance for Cisco Systems.