Lubi-Lubi Dance

Lubi-lubi  is a rural dance and classified into interpretative or creative dance

Lubi-lubi is a Bikol dance a combination of simple folk and social steps (literally, Lubi means coconut. A game called Lubi-Lubi is played with coconut shells). According to the Bikol this dance originated in Leyte and Samar where it is still dance like the balitaw.
In the Bikol regions, whenever there is a ballroom dancing the Lubi-Lubi is often introduced to break monotony it is also popular in Albay and Sorsogon.

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