After a two-year lull, the Tianggehan sa Sanlo was back. This time the tianggehan lasted four weekends, one weekend more than previous offerings. A total of 15 vendors participated in this year's edition, selling various goods from new and used clothing to bling-blings, ornamental accessories, health food, toys, religious items and cooked food.
The tianggehan, together with all stalls and vendors, were blessed by Fr. Luke as it was officially opened last September 11.