For several years, the street dancing competition was named Kasadya but a few years back the city  rebranded it as Sayaw Saulog.   The new  narrative for the competition  highlights  the  peaceful co-existence of Christians, Lumads and Muslims united in their adoration of Sr. San Miguel. Another recurring theme is the triumph of  good over evil as depicted in a war scene where Sr. San Miguel slays the devil.

Unlike in most cities where the street dancing competition is purely merry making,  the narratives in the street dancing of the Diyandi Festival has added value  in the sense that it depicts unity among the tri people and keeping the stories of San Miguel alive.