+++ Important information +++

In December 2021, Bohol was hit by a severe typhoon that caused significant damage to local infrastructure. For this reason, the event cannot be held in October 2022 as planned.

Sing'n'Joy Bohol will be postponed to 2024 and the new event dates will be announced here as soon as possible.

Sing'n'Joy Bohol

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Participation opportunities

This event provides you the opportunity to choose from the following options of participation:

Non-competitive participation Competitive participation
Festival participation** Competition categories*
Evaluation performance* Evaluation performance*

friendship concert performance included

* at least two performances included

Evaluation Performances
Friendship Concerts
Sing'n'Joy Festival Stage Choir

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Event Details



A new international airport on the island will provide the participants of our festival with the opportunity to fly directly to the province of Bohol from China, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore and other cities.

Part of the Visayas archipelago, which includes 61 islands, Bohol is primarily known for its fauna and flora. Crossed by the Loboc river, the island is strewn with mangroves where a large network of small caves is to be found. The 'Chocolate Hills' remain the island's main attraction though. The vegetation on these 1,268 lush green hills is baked by the sunlight, making the mountains look chocolate-covered. The only city on the island is Tagbilaran, located on the south west coast. Two bridges connect it to Panglao Island, whose most popular beach is Alona Beach, which is about a mile long and covered with fine sand. In terms of fauna, this is where the small tarsier lives. A protected species, it is the smallest primate in the world, measuring barely 4 inches, and is a nocturnal animal with big eyes.

Source: www.easyvoyage.co.uk