- Ostrich feathers which costs 250 pesos were used as headress of each of the girls
- the municipality of lumban expenses had reached more than 400,000 just for the street dancing competition!
- 30,000 pesos were paid for the coreographers and production designer
- 10,000 pesos were aloted each day for the food of the dancers
- costumes were made in san pablo not in lumban
- participants are composed of 42 male dancers, 49 female dancers, 14 props men
- there were almost 10 professional make up artist hired
- practices took 1 month. from 8am till 9pm. mostly 15 minute breaks only.
- all props are authentic lumban made except for the sewing machine which were carved in paete using styro to get ease in parade.
- the props were doubled in number, a set for the practice alone and other set for the actual competition were reserved.
- costumes of the boys were delayed 2 hours before the actual competition
- not all boys were wearing the same costumes inside.
- propsmen's costumes were from last year's anilag of san pablo