Traditional Ceremony & Art

Arts developed quite well in Sampang Regency, either traditional or modern arts.

  1. Traditional Arts cover:
    Folk Theater: Sandur/Sronen
    Vical: Mocopat/Sammaan
    Dance: Marwas, Topeng Getlak, Pecot (whip) dance, Fisherman dance
    Fine Arts: Production of Rajang Pale
  2. Modern Arts covers:
    Dangdut music
    While the art that is congruent with religion covers: Samroh, Qosidah, Selawatan, Hadrah. Besides those arts that are alive and developed well in Sampang Regency as mentioned above, there is also special traditional art of Sampang that is still alive and well kept by the community. These traditions mentioned are:

Traditional Ceremony

Live Circle Ceremony covers:
  • Mantan Todhuk Traditional Ceremony, in Sampang, Robatal, and Ketapang Subdistricts
  • Pelet Betteng Ceremony
  • Pa'polo orep Ceremony
  • Ancient Traditional Culture
  • Tototo that is found in Sreseh, Ketapang and Sampang Subdistricts
  • Rokat Tase
  • Rokat Disah

The archeological data that describes the situation in the past can be traced from the ruins of:

  • Raden Segoro ruins in Nepa Banyuates
  • Queen Ebu ruins in Madegan, Sampang
  • Prince Trunojoyo ruins in Pababaran, Sampang
  • Djoko Tole ruins in Omben
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