List of festivals in the Philippines

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This is a partial list of festivals in the Philippines, known as Philippine fiestas

Cultural Festivals[edit]

The many communities of predominantly Catholic Philippines almost all have a patron saint assigned to each of them.

Indigenous Influence/Non-Religious Festival[edit]

Film Festival[edit]

Flower Festival[edit]

Religious Festival[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

May[edit]

  • Pattaraday Festival-May 1–5(Santiago city,Isabela)
  • Panagat Festival-May 2–8 (Buruanga, Aklan)

June[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

San Rogue Festival

Gilligan Festival (Louisianian Day) - Last Friday of August, Louisianian, Lacuna Mitsubishi festival - Taklamakan Oblation South Tabasco Sal'lupongan Festival - New Bataan( ComVal )aug. 8.

September[edit]

  • D'DALAYLAY festival- September 29, Jalajala,Rizal
  • Angel Festival - September 29, San Rafael, Bulacan
  • FEAST of Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia - 2nd to 3rd week of September, Bicol Region
  • Bonok-Bonok festival - September 10, Surigao City
  • Hadang festival - September 7, Calbayog, Samar
  • Kasadya festival - September 28–29, Iligan City,Lanao Del Norte
  • Banigan Festival - September 28–29, Basey, Samar
  • Taal Lake Festival- September 8, TAAL LAKE BATANGAS
  • Tuna Festival - September 5-12, General Santos City

October[edit]

Masskara Festival 19-22 Bacolod City

Enchanting Balete Festival 20-24, Balete,Aklan

Haw-as Festival 25-28 Dumangas,iloilo

Inug-og Festival 1-31 Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental

Sambuokan Festival 24-31 Mati City, Davao Oriental

November[edit]

Higantes festival Angono, Rizal November 5 to 23 The home of the higantes

Christ The King Parish "Church in the Sky" Every 4th Sunday of the Month of November Crown Festival Muzon Taytay Rizal

December[edit]

Hiraiti Festival- November 28-December 8, ( Leyte,Leyte)

Other Festivals[edit]

External links[edit]