Reog Ponorogo Traditional Dance From East Java Stock Photo 146374475Adult,Adults Only,Candid,Color Image,Cultures,Dancer,Day,Feather,Horizontal,Incidental People,Indigenous Culture,Indonesia,Indonesian Culture,Java,Mature Adult,Multi Colored,Music,Only Mature Men,Only Men,Outdoors,Parade,People,Photography,Real People,Tradition,Traditional Clothing,Traditional Dancing,Two People,Waist UpPhotographer Barry KusumaCollection: Photolibrary barry kusumaReog is a traditional dance that become the main identity for Ponorogo Regency. Reog National Festival is held every years along the anniversary of Ponorogo regency and Grebeg Suro celebration. Reog dance is also staged full moon nightly in paseban, Ponorogo town square. Reog told about the struggle for a prince who will propose to a beautiful princess. Reog Ponorogo tells the story of a mythical battle between the King of Ponorogo and the magical lion-like creature called Singa Barong. Singa Barong is a large mask usually made of tiger's or leopard's head skin, upon the mask attached a large fan adorned with peafowl feathers. The Singa Barong mask was notoriously heavy, the dancer of Singo Barong bear the mask about 30 ? 40 kg weight and supported by the strength of their teeth.