List of festivals in the Philippines

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This is a list of festivals in the Philippines, known as "fiestas". The majority of fiestas in the Philippines also have their own peryas (trade fairs with temporary amusement parks). The origin of most early fiestas are rooted in Christianity, dating back to the Spanish colonial period when the many communities (such as barrios and towns) of the predominantly Catholic Philippines almost always had a patron saint assigned to each of them. Originally encouraged by the Spanish to coincide with Christian holy days, early festivals became vital instruments in spreading Christianity throughout the country.[1][2][3][4]

Fiestas in the Philippines can be religious, cultural, or both. Several of these are held to honor the local Roman Catholic patron saint, to commemorate local history and culture, to promote the community's products, or to celebrate a bountiful harvest. They can be marked by Holy Masses, processions, parades, theatrical play and reenactments, religious or cultural rituals, trade fairs, exhibits, concerts, pageants and various games and contests. However, festivals in the country are not limited to Christian origins. Many festivals also focus on Islamic or indigenous concepts. There are more than 42,000 known major and minor festivals in the Philippines, the majority of which are in the barangay (village) level. Due to the thousands of town, city, provincial, national, and village fiestas in the country, the Philippines has traditionally been known as the Capital of the World's Festivities.

Some festivals, such as Holy Week and Christmas, are declared as public holidays, and thus, are observed and celebrated nationwide.

List[edit]

The partial calendar list contains several of the oldest and larger religious and/or cultural festivals in the country. Each town, city, and village has a dedicated fiesta, resulting in thousands held throughout the year; a few are national in character. Some fiestas may contain multiple/conflicting dates and/or place entries.

January[edit]

Name Date Location Notes
Binalbal Festival 1[5] Tudela, Misamis Occidental
Baggak Festival 5[6] Bauang, La Union Celebrates the municipality's founding anniversary[6]
Kuraldal Festival 6[7] Sasmuan, Pampanga Honours the town's patroness, Saint Lucy[7]
Hinugyaw Festival 5-10[6] Koronadal City Celebrates the city's founding anniversary
Lingayen Gulf Landing Anniversary 9 Lingayen, Pangasinan Commemorates the landing of General Douglas MacArthur and the Allied Forces in Luzon in 1945.
Feast of the Black Nazarene 9 Quiapo, Manila Commemorates the translation of the image of the Black Nazarene to Quiapo Church in 1789.
Coconut Festival 1st to 2nd week San Pablo City, Laguna[8] Festival lasts a week
Minasa Festival[9] 2nd week Bustos, Bulacan
Batingaw Festival[10] 13 Cabuyao City
Halad Festival[11] 3rd Sunday Midsayap, Cotabato Honours the Santo Niño
Feast of the Santo Niño 3rd Sunday National Liturgical feast of the Santo Niño de Cebú according to the Philippine National Liturgical Calendar.
Sinulog Festival 3rd Sunday Cebu, Cebu City

(variants in Kabankalan City, Maasin City, Balingasag Misamis Oriental, Cagayan de Oro City, Butuan City, and Southern Leyte throughout the year)

Honours the Santo Niño de Cebú[6]
Silmugi Festival 20[12] Borbon, Cebu Honours the town's patron, Saint Sebastian.[13]
Bayluhay Festival 3rd week[14] San Joaquin, Iloilo Commemorates the landing of the ten Bornean datus and the historic barter of Panay Island[14]
Bambanti Festival Third week of January Isabela Province Highlights the scarecrow (Ilocano: bambanti and celebrates the farmers' abundant harvest[15]
Ati-Atihan Festival 3rd Sunday Kalibo, Aklan Honours the Santo Niño,[16] and the legendary meeting of the island’a aboriginal peoples with settlers from Borneo
Batan Ati-Ati Malakara Festival 3rd weekend Batan, Aklan
Sikhayan Festival 18[17] Santa Rosa City, Laguna Honors the resilience and perseverance of the people of Santa Rosa[17]
Dugoy Festival 18 Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro Celebrates unity in nature conservation in Sablayan[18]
Feast of San Sebastian Martir 20 Lumban, Laguna Honours the town's patron, Saint Sebastian
Longganisa Festival[19] 22 Vigan City Celebrates Vigan's accession to cityhood in 2001
Bulak Festival 22 San Ildefonso, Bulacan Bulak Festival is San Ildefonso's official town festival. Primarily, the festival is celebrated in honor of the town's patron, San Ildefonso but it also gives honor to the "kapok" plant, also known as "bulak" which played a very important part in the town's history. BULAK is actually San Ildefonso's old name when it was still just a barrio under the neighboring town of San Rafael.</ref>
Feast of San Ildefonso de Toledo 22–24 Tanay, Rizal Honours the patron of Barangay San Ildefonso, Saint Ildefonsus.
Halamanan Festival 23[20] Guiguinto, Bulacan Celebrated as a token of gratitude of town residents to Guiguinto's patron saint St. Ildephonsus (San Ildefonso),[20] and showcases the town's garden and landscape industry.[21]
Pabirik Festival[22] January 23 to February 2 Paracale, Camarines Norte Celebrates the province's gold mining industry
Dinagyang Festival 4th Sunday Iloilo City, Iloilo Honours the Santo Niño and the pact between the island's aboriginal peoples and migrant Bornean Datus
Ibajay Ati-Ati Municipal and Devotional Fiesta[23] 4th Sunday Ibajay, Aklan Honours the Santo Niño
Kannawidan 'Ylocos' Festival[24] January 27 to February 12 Ilocos Sur
Dinagsa Ati-Atihan Festival[25] Last week Cadiz, Negros Occidental
Hirinugyaw-Suguidanonay Festival[26] Last week Calinog, Iloilo[8]
Santo Niño de Malolos Festival Last Sunday Malolos City Honours the Santo Niño de Malolos
Candle Festival[27] January 31 to February 2 Candelaria, Quezon Liturgical Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary or Candlemas according to the General Roman Calendar

February[edit]

Caracol Festival February Makati City
Bambanti Festival[28] February Isabela province Scarecrows and harvest festival
World War II Anniversary[29] February World War II sites[29]
Pista Sintura[29] February Cotabato City[29]
Kaamulan Festival[30][29][31][32] February (2nd week) to Mar 10[31] Malaybalay City, Bukidnon[30][29][31] gathering of Bukidnon's ethic tribes[32]
Hamaka Festival[33] February (2nd week) Taytay, Rizal
Pahimis Festival[29] February (2nd week)[29] Amadeo, Cavite[29]
Paraw Regatta Festival[34][29][31] February (3rd Sunday),[34][31]
(21–22)
Iloilo City[29] features racing events between local outriggers[34][31]
Kalilangan Festival[30][29][31] February (4th week),[30]
(20–27)
General Santos City[30][29][31]
Hot Air Balloon
(Clark Festival)
[30]
February (early Feb.)[30] Clark Special Economic Zone, Pampanga[30] annual tournament of balloonist[30]
Chinese New Year[35] February (early Feb.)[35] nationwide
Festival of Hearts[30][29] February (month long)[30] Tanjay City[30][29]
The Philippine International Arts Festival
(PIAF)
[29]
February (whole month)[29] nationwide[29]
Sumilang Festival
(Our Lady of Candelaria Feast)
Feb 1 to Feb 2 Silang, Cavite Honours Our Lady of the Candles
Pedrista Festival (Feast of San Pedro Bautista) First Sunday / Week of February Quezon City Honours San Pedro Bautista (a Franciscan Martyr) who lived in Quezon City and Founded San Francisco del Monte (Frisco); San Pedro Bautista is one of the Patron Saints of Quezon City
Bicol Arts Festival[29] Feb 1 to Feb 28[29] Legazpi City[29]
National Arts Month[29] Feb 1 to Feb 28[29] nationwide[29]
Suroy sa Surigao[29] Feb 1 to Feb 28[29] Surigao City[29]
Salakayan Festival[29] Feb 1 to Feb 6[29] Miag-ao, Iloilo[29]
Lavandero Festival[29] Feb 1 to Feb 6[29] Mandaluyong City[29]
Pamulinawen Festival[30][29] Feb 2 to Feb 10,[29]
or 7–10
Laoag City[30][29] Honours the city's patron, Saint William of Maleval[30]
Dagkot Festival[29] Feb 2[29] Cabadbaran City[29]
Panranumag Festival Feb 3 Corcuera, Romblon Simara Island
Feast of Our Lady of Candles[34][29] Feb 2[34][29] Jaro, Iloilo,[34][29]
or Iloilo City[36]
Nuestra Señora de Candelaria[36]
The International Bamboo Organ Festival[30][29][31] Feb 3 to Feb 11[29] Las Piñas City[30][29][31] 10-day series of cultural events[31]
Guling-Guling Festival[29] February (day before Ash Wednesday) Paoay, Ilocos Norte[29]
Kali-Kalihan Harvest Festival[29] Feb 6[29] Salvador Benedicto, Negros Occidental[29]
Fiesta Tsinoy[29] Feb 6[29] Legazpi City[29]
Utanon Festival[29] Feb 6[29] Dalaguete, Cebu[29]
Kalesa Festival Feb 7 Laoag City
Pagoda sa Daan & Pandangguhan Festival[29] Feb 8[29] Pateros[29]
Fistahan Feb 9 to Feb 15 Davao City
Davao Chinese New Year[29] Feb 9 to Feb 17[29] Davao City[29]
Mandaluyong Liberation Day & Cityhood Anniversary[29] Feb 9[29] Mandaluyong City[29]
Bulang-Bulang Festival[29] Feb 9[29] San Enrique, Negros Occidental[29]
Patunob Festival[29] Feb 10 to Feb 11[29] Binuangan, Misamis Oriental[29]
Taytay Hamaka Festival[29][31] Feb 10 to Feb 16,[31]
or 9–15
Taytay, Rizal[29][31] 7-day event showcasing artistry and craftsmanship[31]
Bod-bod Kabog Festival[29] Feb 10[29] Catmon, Cebu[29]
Aquero Festival[29] Feb 11 to Feb 13[29] Aglipay, Quirino[29]
Pabalhas sa Tablas[29] Feb 11[29] Candoni, Negros Occidental[29]
Spring Festival
(Chinese Lunar New Year)
[29]
Feb 11[29] Iriga City[29]
Tinagba Festival[30][29][31][37] Feb 11[29][37] Iriga City[29][31]
(Bicol)[30][37]
harvest festival,[31][37] Our Lady of Lourdes[30][31][37]
Palanyag Festival Feb 12 Parañaque City
Tiburin Horse Race[29] Feb 12[29] Pasay City[29]
Pamaypay ng Caloocan Festival[29] Feb 12[29] Caloocan City[29]
Sambalilo Hat Festival[30][29] Feb 13 to Feb 19[29] Parañaque City[30][29]
Local Media Familiarization Festival[29] Feb 13 to Feb 19[29] Cagayan de Oro City[29]
Feast Day of Santa Clara[29] Feb 13[29] Pasay City[29]
Pasayaw Festival[29] Feb 14 to Feb 17[29] Padre Burgos, Quezon[29]
Suman Festival
(Aurora Foundation Day)
[30][29]
Feb 14 to Feb 19,[29]
(3rd week)
Baler, Aurora[30][29]
Ollalion (Ullalim) Festival
(Kalinga Foundation Day)
[29][31]
Feb 14,[31]
or 11–14
Tabuk City[29][31] celebrates the Kalinga culture[31]
Serenata[29] Feb 14[29] Pasay City[29]
Apayao Province Foundation[29] Feb 14[29] Apayao[29]
Timpuyog Festival[29] Feb 14[29] Kiamba, Sarangani[29]
Menajak Festival[29] Feb 14[29] Calamba, Misamis Occidental[29]
Sorteo Grand Festival[38][39] Feb 16 to Feb 22
(every three years)[38]
Carmona, Cavite[38][39]
Tawo–Tawo Festival[30][29] Feb 17[29] Bayawan City[30][29]
Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival[29] Feb 18 to Feb 19[29] Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro[29]
Laguimanok Festival[40][41] Feb 13[40] Padre Burgos[40][41]
Kap'yaan Festival[29] Feb 19[29] Jose Abad Santos, Davao Occidental[29]
Sinacbang Festival[29] Feb 19[29] Sinacaban, Misamis Occidental[29]
Babaylan Festival
(Babaylanes)
[29][31]
Feb 19[29][31] Bago[36][29][31] highlights the culture of the first settlers of Bago before the Spanish colonization[31]
Dapil Festival
(Bangued Town Fiesta)
[29]
Feb 20 to Feb 25[29] Bangued, Abra[29]
Mutya ng Caraga[29] Feb 20[29] Butuan City[29]
Balsahan Festival[29] Feb 20[29] Sibunag, Guimaras[29]
Asinan Festival[29] Feb 20[29] San Lorenzo, Guimaras[29]
Sampaguita Festival[29] Feb 21 to Feb 22,[29]
(2nd week)
San Pedro City, Laguna[29] (in Honor of St.Peter.)
Buybuy Fest/Burgos Town Fiesta[29] Feb 21 to Feb 23[29] Burgos, La Union[29]
Wow Araw ng Caraga[29] Feb 22 to Feb 26[29] Caraga (regionwide)[29]
Panagtitimpuyog[29] Feb 23 to Feb 25[29] Nagtipunan, Quirino[29]
Caraga Anniversary[29] Feb 23 to Feb 25[29] Caraga[29]
Mahaguyog Festival[42][43] Feb 24 to Mar 7[43] Santo Tomas, Batangas[42][43] celebrates the abundance of mais, halaman, gulay and niyog, and highlights General Miguel Malvar[42][43]
Cebu City Charter Day[29] Feb 24[29] Cebu City[29]
Sibug-Sibug Festival[30][29][29] Feb 24[29]
or 17 – 26
Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay[30][29][29] foundation day of Zamboanga Sibugay province[30]
Caragan Festival[29] Feb 25 to Feb 26[29] Mabalacat, Pampanga[29]
Panagbenga Festival
(Baguio Flower Festival)
[35][29][31]
Feb 26 (4th week)[30] Baguio[35][29][31] flower festival[35][31]
Hil-o Hil-o Festival[29] Feb 26 to Feb 28[29] Ma-ayon, Capiz[29]
Death Anniversary of Baldomero Aguinaldo[29] Feb 26[29] Kawit, Cavite[29]
Dia de Zamboanga[30][29] Feb 26[29] Zamboanga City,[29]
or Zamboanga Sibugay
Itik-Itik Festival[30][29] Feb 27,[29]
(last Sunday)
Pasig City[30][29] native duck (itik)[30]
Nangkaan Festival[29] Feb 27[29] Maigo, Lanao del Norte[29]
Maniambus Festival[29] Feb 27[29] Negros Occidental (provincewide)[29]
Sambayan Festival[29] Feb 28 to Mar 31[29] Tobias Fornier, Antique[29]

March[edit]

     Part of Holy Week

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Salubong at Ang Pasko ng Pangkabuhay
(Feast of the Resurrection)
March Parañaque City
MAHAGUYOG Festival (Mais, Halaman, Gulay at Niyog) March (1st week),[44]
(1–7)
Santo Tomas, Batangas[42][43] week-long celebration of seven-day feast in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas[44]
Island Garden City of Samal Festival[44] March (1st week),[44]
(1–7)
Samal, Davao del Norte[44] week-long celebration of Samal's founding anniversary[44]
Hinatdan Festival[45] March (2nd week)[45] Cebu City[45]
Witches Festival[44] March (Holy Week)[44] Siquijor[44]
Sumbrero Festival[45] March
(no definite date)[45]
Biñan, Laguna[45]
Say-am Festival[45] March
(no definite date)[45]
Calanasan, Apayao[45]
Payvanuvanuan Festival[45] March to April (movable)[45] Mahatao, Batanes[45]
Turumba Festival[46] March
or Apr 21 to Apr 26
Pakil, Laguna[46] seven-day feast in honor of Our Lady of Sorrows[46]
Banga Anniversary Fiesta[45] Mar 1 to Mar 4[45] Banga, South Cotabato[45]
Dinagsa Festival[45] Mar 1 to Mar 5[45] Muntinlupa City[45]
Tinikling Mar 1 to Mar 6 Malaybalay City
Araw ng Island Garden City of Samal
(IGACOS Festival)
[45]
Mar 1 to Mar 7[45] Island Garden City of Samal[45]
Araw ng Tagum City[45] Mar 1 to Mar 7[45] Tagum City[45]
Parade of Festivals[45][47] Mar 1[45][47] Muntinlupa City[45][47]
Sugbahan[45] Mar 2 to Mar 14[45] Davao City[45]
Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival – the Mangyan Cultural Festival[45] Mar 2 to Mar 4[45] Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro[45]
Pacto de Sangre
(Blood Compact of New Washington, Aklan)
[45]
Mar 3[45] New Washington, Aklan[45]
Council of Balabago Reenactment[45] Mar 4 to Mar 5[45] Culasi, Antique[45]
Manchatchatong Festival[45] Mar 4 to Mar 6[45] Balbalan, Kalinga[45]
Puerto Princesa Foundation Day[45] Mar 4[45] Puerto Princesa City[45]
Ses'long Festival[45] Mar 5 to Mar 16[45] T'Boli, South Cotabato[45]
Ayyoweng de Lambak ed Tadian[45] Mar 5[45] Tadian, Mountain Province[45]
Tilapia Festival[45] Mar 5[45] Braulio E. Dujali, Davao del Norte[45]
Kamayadan Festival[45] Mar 6 to Mar 10[45] Norala, South Cotabato[45]
Boling-boling Festival[45] Mar 6 to Mar 8[45] Catanauan, Quezon[45]
Bulawan Festival[45] Mar 6 to Mar 8[45] Nabunturan, Davao de Oro[45]
Abrenian Kawayan Festival
(Abra Foundation Day)
[45][48]
Mar 6 to Mar 9[45] Bangued, Abra[45][48] formerly known as Arya! Abra Festival; celebrates the founding of Abra province[30]
Panagtagbo Festival[45] Mar 7[45] Tagum City[45]
Al-law ng Kalumunan[45] Mar 7[45] Nabunturan, Davao de Oro[45]
Anibina Bulawanun Festival[44] Mar 8 (culmination)[44] Davao de Oro[44] eight-day multi-themed annual festival[44]
Anilag Festival[45] Mar 8 to Mar 15[45] Santa Cruz, Laguna[45]
Holistic Festival[45] Mar 9 to Mar 11[45] Labrador, Pangasinan[45]
Bantayan Festival[45] Mar 9 to Mar 15[45] Guimbal, Iloilo[45]
Eid al-Fitr[49] Mar 9,[36]
or Aug 30[49]
Region XII[36] (regionwide)[49]
Penetensiyahan[45] Mar 9[45] Rosario, Batangas[45]
Araw ng Dabaw Celebration[30][45] Mar 10 to Mar 16[30][45] Davao City[30][45] celebration of Davao's Foundation Day as a chartered city[30]
Anao Town Fiesta[45] Mar 13 to Mar 15[45] Anao, Tarlac[45]
Pintados de Passi Festival[30][45] Mar 14 to Mar 16,[30]
or Mar 11 to Mar 18[45]
Passi City, Iloilo[30][45] history of Passi City[30]
Delfin Albano Patronal Town Fiesta[45] Mar 14 to Mar 17[45] Delfin Albano, Isabela[45]
Sikaran Festival[45] Mar 15[45] Baras, Rizal[45]
Bacao Festival[45] Mar 16 to Mar 20[45] Echague, Isabela[45]
Semana Santa sa Iguig Calvary Hills Mar 16 to Mar 23,
(Holy Week)[30]
Iguig, Cagayan[30]
Homonhon Landing Anniversary[30][45] Mar 16[30][45] Homonhon, Eastern Samar[45] discovery of the Philippines by Ferdinand Magellan[30]
Lugahait Festival[45] Mar 16[45] Lugait, Misamis Oriental[45]
Magallanes Festival[45] Mar 16[45] Guiuan, Eastern Samar[45]
Pasayaw Festival[45] Mar 17[45] Canlaon City, Negros Oriental[45]
Anitap Festival[45] Mar 17[45] Kapangan, Benguet[45]
Death Anniversary of Pres. Ramon Magsaysay[45] Mar 17[45] Castillejos, Zambales[45]
Paynauen Festival[45] Apr 21 to Apr 23[45] Iba, Zambales[45]
Banana Festival[45] Mar 18 to Mar 19[45] Baco, Oriental Mindoro[45]
Peñablanca Patronal Town Fiesta[45] Mar 18 to Mar 19[45] Peñablanca, Cagayan[45]
Diadi Town Fiesta[45] Mar 18 to Mar 21[45] Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya[45]
Strawberry Festival[45][50][51] Mar
(month-long)[45][51]
La Trinidad, Benguet[45][50][51] strawberries and strawberry products[50][51]
Soli-Soli Festival[45] Mar 18[45] San Francisco, Cebu[45]
Carabao Festival Mar 19 San Jose, Romblon Formerly known as Jones
Tabak Festival[45] Mar 19 to Mar 22[45] Tabaco City, Albay[45]
Baykat Festival/Aritao Town Fiesta[45] Mar 19 to Mar 22[45] Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya[45]
Sulyog Festival[45] Mar 19[45] Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro[45]
Barotorera Festival[45] Mar 19[45] Gingoog City[45]
Mango Festival[52][53] Mar 19 to Mar 24[52][53] Iba, Zambales[52][53] mangoes and its by-products[52][53]
San Jose Fiesta[45] Mar 19[45] Davao de Oro[45]
Sinigayan Festival[30][45] Mar 19[30][45] Sagay City[30][45] Shell craft art[30]
Araw ng Panabo[45] Mar 20 to Mar 31[45] Panabo City[45]
Pindangan Festival[45] Mar 20[45] San Fernando City, La Union[45]
Saginyogan Festival Mar 21 Alcantara, Romblon Tablas Island
Sabutan Festival[45] Mar 21 to Mar 23[45] Palanan, Isabela[45]
Kalap Festival[45] Mar 21[45] Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro[45]
Alimango Festival[45] Mar 22[45] Lala, Lanao del Norte[45]
Torugpo[45] Mar 22[45] Carigara, Leyte[45]
Malaybalay City Chartered Day[45] Mar 22[45] Malaybalay City[45]
Tabacco Festival[45] Mar 23 to Mar 29[45] Candon City[45]
Ani Festival[45] Mar 23 to Mar 30[45] Dingras, Ilocos Norte[45]
19 Martyrs of Aklan[45] Mar 23[45] Kalibo, Aklan[45]
Salubong sa Angono Mar 26 to Mar 27,
(Holy Week)[30]
Angono, Rizal[30] reunion of the Risen Christ with the Virgin Mary[30]
Kisi-kisi Festival[45] Mar 27 to Mar 31[45] Negros Occidental[45]
Manok ni San Pedro Festival[45] Mar 27[45] San Pedro, Laguna[45]
Marcos Town Fiesta/Mannalon Festival[45] Mar 27[45] Marcos, Ilocos Norte[45]
Tobacco Festival[54] Mar 28 to Mar 29[54] Candon City[54] tobacco[54]
Katkat sa Dipolog[45] Mar 28 to Apr 3[45] Dipolog City[45]
Senakulo / Holy Week Rituals & Processions[45] Mar 28 to Apr 4[45] nationwide[45]
Cuaresma[45] Mar 28 to Apr 4[45] San Jose, Antique[45]
Parpaguha Festival Mar 29 San Andres, Romblon Tablas Island
Balot sa Puti Festival[45] Mar 29[45] Pateros[45]
Gawagaway-yan Kawayan Festival[45] Mar 30 to Apr 15[45] Cauayan City[45]
Malibay Cenaculo[45] Mar 30 to Apr 8[45] Pasay City[45]
Bangus Festival[45] Mar 30[45] Panabo City[45]
Sinugdan
(Commemoration of the First Christian Mass)
[45]
Mar 31[30][45] Limasawa Island, Southern Leyte[30][45] commemoration of the first Christian mass[30]
First Easter Mass Celebration[45] Mar 31[45] Butuan City[45]
Holy Week[44] March to April[44] nationwide[44] week-long event honoring Jesus Christ's death on the Cross[44]
Centurion Festival[44] March (Holy Week)[44] General Luna, Quezon[44] believed to be the origin of Marinduque's Moriones Festival[44]
Kariton Festival[55] March Licab, Nueva Ecija[55] carabao-pulled carts, thanksgiving and harvest festival[55]
Moriones Festival[44][56] March (Holy Week),[44]
(Easter Sunday),
or Apr 2 to Apr 7[56]
Boac,[36]
Marinduque[30][35][44][56]
part of Holy Week;[35] commemorates Saint Longinus[30][36][44]
Pagtaltal sa Guimaras
(Ang Pagtaltal)
[44][56][57]
March
(Good Friday),[44]
or Apr 5 to Apr 6[56]
Jordan, Guimaras[44][56][57] procession of flagellants and devotees in biblical attire[44]
Sugat Kabanhawan Festival March to April (Easter Sunday)[56][45] Minglanilla, Cebu[45] celebrates the meeting of the Risen Christ and the sorrowful Mother Mary (Sugat), and the resurrection of Jesus (Kabanhawan).

April[edit]

     Part of Holy Week

Organic Nateng Festival
Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Pantat Festival April (2nd week) Zarraga, Iloilo
Manaoag Pilgrimage[36] April (2nd week)[36] Manaoag, Pangasinan[36] Nuestra Señora de Manaoag[36]
Lami-Lamihan Festival[46][58] April (3rd week),
(14 to 16)[46][58]
Lamitan,
Basilan[46]
showcases the rich Yakan traditions[46]
Mutya ng Taguig[56] April (3rd week)[56] Taguig City[56]
Tanduyong Festival[30] April (4th Sunday)[30] San Jose, Nueva Ecija[30] harvest celebration[30]
Kamarikutan Pagdiwata Arts Festival[56] April (fullmoon)[56] Puerto Princesa City[56]
Camote Festival/Bb. Zambales[56] April (movable)[56] Castillejos, Zambales[56]
Kinulob Festival[56] April
(no definite date)[56]
Mabini, Batangas[56]
Itik Festival[56] April
(no definite date)[56]
Victoria, Laguna[56]
Kadahoman Festival[56] Apr 1 to 1 May[56] Lagonoy, Camarines Sur[56]
Tugbong Festival Apr 1 to Apr 25 Pandan, Antique
Panagabuos Festival[56] Apr 1 to Apr 3[56] Banna, Ilocos Norte[56]
Suroy Ta[56] Apr 1 to 31 May[56] Davao City[56]
Fiesta Pasiklab[56] Apr 1 to 31 May[56] Quezon City[56]
Banana Festival[56] Apr 1 to Apr 5[56] La Castellana, Negros Occidental[56]
Kesong Puti Festival[56] Apr 1 to Apr 9[56] Santa Cruz, Laguna[56]
Linggo ng Palaspas or Domingo de Ramos[56] Apr 1[56] Parañaque City[56]
Pandan Festival[56] Apr 3[56] Luisiana, Laguna[56]
Summer Youth Festival[56] Apr 4 to Apr 25[56] Zamboanga del Sur[56]
Hudas-hudas[56] Apr 4[56] San Jose de Buenavista, Antique[56]
Libod-sayaw[56] Apr 4[56] Bindoy, Negros Oriental[56]
Sagrada Familia Fiesta[56] Apr 4[56] Laak, Davao de Oro[56]
Lenten Festival of Herbal Preparation[30][56] Apr 5 to Apr 6,[56]
(Easter Saturday)[30]
Siquijor, Siquijor[30][56]
Kanidugan Festival Apr 5 Odiongan, Romblon
Senakulo[56] Apr 5 and Apr 7 (Maundy Thursday & Black Saturday)[56] Castillejos, Zambales[56]
Pilgrimage to Ermita Hill[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6
(Holy Week)[56]
Casiguran / Baler, Aurora[56]
Semana Santa at Iguig Calvary Hills[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Iguig, Cagayan[56]
Pasko sa Kasakit
(Semana Santa sa Bantayan)
[56]
Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Bantayan, Cebu[56]
Semana Santa sa Bikol[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Calabanga, Camarines Sur[56]
Cenakulo
(Cainta, Rizal)
[56]
Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Cainta, Rizal[56]
Lenten Observance
(San Pablo City)
[56]
Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] San Pablo City, Laguna[56]
Buhing Kalbaryo[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Cebu City[56]
Semana Santa
(Dipolog City)
[56]
Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Dapitan City[56]
Katkat Sakripisyo sa 3003 Steps[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Dipolog City[56]
Live Stations of the Cross at San Carlos City[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] San Carlos City, Negros Occidental[56]
Pagtaltal in Barotac Viejo[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Barotac Viejo, Iloilo[56]
Paghukom[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Calinog, Iloilo[56]
Kapiya Display and Pasyon Singing Contest[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Santa Barbara, Iloilo[56]
Semana Santa at Dariok Hills[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Santiago City[56]
Pak'kaat Kal'lo[56] Apr 5 to Apr 6[56] Magpet, Cotabato[56]
The Subok[56] Apr 5 to Apr 7[56] Taytay and Tanay, Rizal[56]
Semana Santa at Silay City[56] Apr 5 to Apr 8[56] Silay City[56]
Flagellants & Lenten Rites[56] Apr 5 to Apr 8[56] Paombong, Bulacan[56]
Giwang-giwang[56] Apr 6 (Good Friday)[56] Binangonan, Rizal[56]
Angeles Lenten Rites[56] Apr 6 (Good Friday)[56] Angeles[56]
Lang-ay Festival[56] Apr 6 to Apr 8[56] Bontoc, Mountain Province[56]
San Pedro Cutud Lenten Rites[30][56] Apr 6,[56]
(Holy Week)[30]
San Fernando City, Pampanga[30][56]
Lenten Week/ "Pagpapako"[56] Apr 6[56] Baler and Casiguran, Aurora[56]
Pamalandong ha Palo[56] Apr 6[56] Palo, Leyte[56]
Kalbaryo[56] Apr 6[56] La Carlota City[56]
Ang Hatol
(the Way of the Cross)
[56]
Apr 6[56] Cainta, Rizal[56]
Prusisyon[56] Apr 6[56] Angeles, Mabalacat, San Fernando City,
Sasmuan and Betis, Pampanga[56]
Baliuag Lenten Procession[56] Apr 6[56] Baliuag, Bulacan[56]
Folk Healing[56] Apr 7 (Black Saturday)[56] San Antonio, Siquijor[56]
Salubong (Angono, Rizal)[56] Apr 7 to Apr 8[56] Angono, Rizal[56]
Pagay-pagay Festival[56] Apr 7 to Apr 8[56] Saguday, Quirino[56]
Allaw Ta Apo Sandawa[56] Apr 7[56] Kidapawan City[56]
Sugat Kabanhawan Festival[56] March to April,[56](Easter Sunday) Minglanilla, Cebu[56] celebrates the meeting of the Risen Christ and the sorrowful Mother Mary (Sugat), and the resurrection of Jesus (Kabanhawan)
Sunduan ha Carigara[56] Apr 8[56] Carigara, Leyte[56]
Sugat[56] Apr 8[56] San Carlos City[56]
Salubong (Easter Vigil) and
Pasko ng Pagkabuhay
(Feast of the Resurrection)
[56]
Apr 8[56] Parañaque City[56]
Haladaya Festival[56] Apr 8[56] Daanbantayan, Cebu[56]
Sigpawan Festival[59] Apr 8[59] Lemery, Batangas[59] showcase the culture and natural resources of Lemery[59]
Malangsi Fishtival[60] Apr 8[60] Bayambang, Pangasinan[60] fish festival[60]
Dupax del Sur Town Fiesta[56] Apr 9 to Apr 11[56] Dupax Del Sur, Nueva Vizcaya[56]
Rodeo Masbateño[56] Apr 9 to Apr 14[56] Masbate City[56]
Panaad sa Negros[36][56] Apr 9 to Apr 15,[56]
or (2nd or 3rd week)[36]
Bacolod[36][56] fusion of fiestas of 13 cities and 19 towns of the whole province of Negros Occidental[36]
Araw ng Kagitingan[56] Apr 9[56] Mount Samat, Bataan[56]
Turumba Festival[56] Apr 10, 16 18, 27,
6 May, 18, 27[56]
Pakil, Laguna[56]
Pandan Festival[56] Apr 11 to Apr 16[56] Mapandan, Pangasinan[56]
Aliwan Fiesta[56] Apr 12 to Apr 14[56] Pasay City[56]
Bambang Town Fiesta: "Panggayjaya Festival"[56] Apr 13 to Apr 16[56] Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya[56]
Bantayog Festival[56] Apr 13 to Apr 16[56] Camarines Norte[56]
Ana Kalang Festival[56] Apr 13 to Apr 17[56] Nagcarlan, Laguna[56]
Easthfest Summer Festival[56] Apr 13 to 6 May[56] Tagum City[56]
Bancathon sa Magnaga[56] Apr 13[56] Pantukan, Davao de Oro[56]
Hugyaw sa Kadagatan[56] Apr 14[56] Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte[56]
Baybayon Festival[56] Apr 15 to Apr 17[56] Sagñay, Camarines Sur[56]
Tampisaw Festival
(Earth Day Celebration)
[56]
Apr 16 to Apr 18[56] Concepcion, Iloilo[56]
Tungoh ad Hungduan[56] Apr 16 to Apr 19[56] Hungduan, Ifugao[56]
Garlic Festival[56] Apr 16 to Apr 20[56] Pinili, Ilocos Norte[56]
Ka-angkan[56] Apr 16 to Apr 22[56] Marikina City[56]
Bangus Festival[56] Apr 17 to 4 May[56] Dagupan City, Pangasinan[56]
Binongey Festival[56] Apr 17[56] Anda, Pangasinan[56]
Linubian Festival[61] Apr 17 to Apr 19
(3rd week)[61]
Rosario, La Union[61] showcases harvests of the municipality[61]
Kasibu Town Fiesta[56] Apr 18 to Apr 19[56] Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya[56]
Alfonso Castañeda Town Fiesta[56] Apr 18 to Apr 20[56] Alfonso Castañeda, Nueva Vizcaya[56]
Pasa-pasa Festival[56] Apr 18 to Apr 21[56] Monreal, Masbate[56]
Bugsayan Festival Apr 19 Santa Fe, Romblon Tablas Island
Tarlac City Charter Anniversary[56] Apr 19[56] Tarlac City, Tarlac[56]
Cocowayan Festival[56] Apr 20 to Apr 25[56] Isabela, Basilan[56]
Mango-bamboo Festival and Trade Fair[56] Apr 20 to Apr 27[56] San Carlos, Pangasinan[56]
"La Laguna" Festival[56] Apr 20 to Apr 29[56] Santa Cruz, Laguna[56]
Caromata Festival Town Fiesta[56] Apr 20[56] Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental[56]
Sunduan - Feast of Santa Rosa de Lima[56] Apr 21 (3rd Saturday)[56] Pasig City[56]
Agoo Semana Santa[56] Apr 21 to Apr 22,[56]
or (Holy Week)[30]
Agoo, La Union[30][56]
Panaad[56][62] Apr 21 to Apr 22,[56]
(Holy Week)[62]
Camiguin[56] devotees trek to Vulkan Peak as an act of penance[62]
Senakulo
(Way of the Cross)
[56]
Apr 21 to Apr 22[56] Parañaque City[56]
Gotad ad Hingyon[56] Apr 21 to Apr 24[56] Hingyon, Ifugao[56]
Sanduguan Festival[56][63] Apr 21 to Apr 27,[56]
or Nov 15[63]
Calapan, Mindoro Oriental[56][63] reenacts the first contact between the natives of Mindoro and traders from China[63]
Bangkarera[56] Apr 21[56] Peñablanca, Cagayan[56] boat-rowing race[56]
Pabasa ng Pasyon[56] Apr 21[56] San Juan, Batangas[56]
Pagsalabuk Festival[56] Apr 22 to 19 May[56] Dipolog City[56]
Hinugyaw sa Hinigaran Festival[56] Apr 22 to Apr 23[56] Hinigaran, Negros Occidental[56]
Kangayedan Festival[56] Apr 22 to Apr 26[56] Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte[56]
Subic 'ay Festival[56] Apr 22 to Apr 28[56] Subic, Zambales[56]
Gotad ad Kiangan[56] Apr 23 to Apr 25[56] Kiangan, Ifugao[56]
Pista sa Kinaiyahan[56] Apr 23 to Apr 26[56] Santa Cruz, Davao del Sur[56]
Pinakbet Festival[56] Apr 23[56] Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur[56]
Pista'y Dayat[30][56][64] Apr 24 to 1 May[56][64] Lingayen,[30][56]Pangasinan[64] fishermen's harvest and thanksgiving festival[30][64]
Sibit Sibit Festival[56] Apr 24 to Apr 30
(last week)[56]
Olongapo City[56]
Yagyag Festival[56] Apr 24 to Apr 30[56] Sibulan, Negros Oriental[56]
Karosahan Festival[56] Apr 24[56] Nueva Valencia, Guimaras[56]
Araw ng Sulop[56] Apr 24[56] Sulop, Davao del Sur[56]
Talabukon Festival Apr 25 Looc, Romblon Tablas Island
Panagsangal Festival[56] Apr 25 to 1 May[56] Baggao, Cagayan[56]
Sinabalu Festival[56] Apr 25 to Apr 26[56] Rizal, Cagayan[56]
The Sabutan Festival and Mini-trade Fair[56] Apr 25 to Apr 29[56] Mabitac, Oriental Mindoro[56]
Imbayah Festtival[56] Apr 25 to Apr 29[56] Banaue, Ifugao[56]
Baggak Summer Festival[56] Apr 25 to Apr 30[56] Bauang, La Union[56]
Pasalamat Festival[56][64] Apr 25,[56]
or 1 May[64]
La Carlota City[56][64] labor and thanksgiving festival[64]
Aklan Day Celebration[56] Apr 25[56] Aklan[56]
Panagat "Fish" Tival[56] Apr 25[56] Estancia, Iloilo[56]
Bahag-hari Festival[56] Apr 25[56] Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro[56]
Balingoan Festival[56] Apr 25[56] Balingoan, Misamis Oriental[56]
Liliw Gat Tayaw Tsinelas Festival[56] Apr 26 to 1 May[56] Liliw, Laguna[56]
Kutsitsa Festival[56] Apr 26[56] Molave, Zamboanga del Sur[56]
May Ilaoud Festival[56] Apr 27 to 1 May[56] Milaor, Camarines Sur[56]
Binirayan Festival[56] Apr 27 to Apr 29[56] San Jose de Buenavista
and Hamtic, Antique[56]
Saknungan Festival[56] Apr 27 to Apr 30[56] San Jose, Occidental Mindoro[56]
Kadaugan sa Mactan[30][46] Apr 27[65][46] Cebu City,[30]
Cebu[46]
reenactment of the Battle of Mactan[30][65][46]
Dikit Festival[56] Apr 28 to Apr 30[56] Aurora, Isabela[56]
Butanding Festival[56] Apr 28 to 5 May[56] Donsol, Sorsogon[56]
Indak Padurukan Festival[56] Apr 28[56] San Jose, Occidental Mindoro[56]
Pandawan Festival[56] Apr 28[56] Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija[56]
Tinapahan Festival[56] Apr 29 to 1 May[56] Lemery, Batangas[56]
Dinaklisan Festival[56] Apr 29 to 1 May[56] Currimao, Ilocos Norte[56]
Antipolo Pilgrimage[56] Apr 30 to 1 May[56] Antipolo, Rizal[56]
Mungo Festival[56] Apr 30 to 2 May[56] San Mateo, Isabela[56]
Kalipayan Festival[56] Apr 30[56] San Agustin, Romblon[56]
Bambang Patronal Town Fiesta: Saint Catherine of Sienna[56] Apr 30[56] Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya[56]

May[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Araquio Festival May General Tinio, Nueva Ecija
Higawa Festival May 1 Barracks, Caloocan
Martipak Festival May 1 Calumpit, Bulacan in honour for the patron saint, St. Joseph
Binallay Festival[66] May[66] Ilagan City, Isabela[66] binallay, a type of rice cake[66]
Viva Vigan (Binatbatan) Festival of the Arts[67][68] 1 May to 7 May[67][68]
(1st week)
Vigan City[68]
Sagalahang Bayan[67] May (1st week)[67] Navotas City[67]
Pastulan Festival May (2nd Saturday) San Pascual, Batangas
Pasayahan sa Lucena[67] May (4th week)[67] Lucena City[67]
Samahang Bulaklakan Festival May (last Sunday) Siniloan, Laguna
Bangkero Festival[30][45] May (last Sunday),[30]
or March[45]
Pagsanjan, Laguna[30][45] decorated boats (bancas)[30]
Tapusan Float Parade Festival[30][67][64][69] May (month long)[64][69]
or 31 May[67]
Alitagtag, Batangas[30][67][64][69] honors the Holy Cross[30][64][69]
Calauan "Pinya" Festival[67] May
(11–15)[67]
Calauan, Laguna[67] in celebrating of good harvesting pineapples in Calauan
Mamang-os Festival[67] May
(no definite date)[67]
Tuy, Batangas[67]
Flores de Mayo
(Santacruzan)
[30][36][67][64]
May (whole month)[67][64] nationwide[30][36][67][64] commemoration of the search for the Holy Cross by Reyna Elena and her son, the emperor Constantine[30][36][64]
Davao Gulf Regatta[67] 1 May to 4 May[67] Davao Oriental[67]
Araquio of Peñaranda[67] 1 May and 8 May
(1st & 2nd Sunday)[67]
Penaranda, Nueva Ecija[67]
Pangisraan Festival 1 May to 10 May Calatrava, Romblon
Pahinungod Festival[67] 1 May to 10 May[67] Calape, Bohol[67]
Gericho Laran Plantsa-Plantsa Festival 1 May to Apr 30 Laoag City
Flores de Tagumeño Festival[67] 1 May to 30 May[67] Tagum City[67]
Balangay Festival
(Balanghai)
[67][64]
1 May to 31 May[67] Butuan City[67][64] commemorates the coming of the early migrants from Borneo and Celebes[64]
Balik-butuan[67] 1 May to 31 May[67] Butuan City[67]
Pattaraday Festival
(Araw ng Santiago)
[67]
1 May to 5 May[67] Santiago City[67]
Pasinggatan Festival[67] 1 May to 5 May[67] Taytay, Palawan[67]
Tikanlu Festival[67] 1 May to 6 May[67] Tagudin, Ilocos Sur[67]
100 Islands Festival[67] 1 May to 7 May[67] Alaminos, Pangasinan[67]
Madahom Festival[67] 1 May to 8 May[67] Caramoan, Camarines Sur[67]
Magayon Festival[30][56][64] 1 May[64] Albay[30][56][64] Albay's culture,[64] Mayon Volcano[30]
Boa-boahan "Alinsangan" Festival[30][67][37][64] 1 May,[30] or 2 May[67][37] Nabua, Camarines Sur[30][67][64] re-enactment of the 13th-century rite of offering chains of coconut embryos ("boa") to deities[37][64]
Sumakah Festival[56] 1 May[56] Antipolo, Rizal[56]
Pista ng Produktong Pilipino[67] 1 May[67] Subic, Olongapo City[67]
Tromba Festival[67] 1 May[67] Baras, Rizal[67]
Sagalahan[67] 1 May[67] Malabon City[67]
Dinengdeng Festival & Town Fiesta[67] 1 May[67] Agoo, La Union[67]
Pastores Festival[67] 1 May[67] Gapan City[67]
Salay Town Fiesta[67] 1 May[67] Salay, Misamis Oriental[67] Saint Joseph the Worker[67]
Saint Joseph the Worker Fiesta[67] 1 May[67] Montevista, Davao de Oro[67]
Duyog Panday[67] 1 May[67] Cotabato City[67]
Dayaw Dalan Festival[67] 2 May to 3 May[67] Ticao Island, San Jacinto, Masbate[67]
Panagat Festival 2 May to 8 May Buruanga, Aklan
Salubong
(Holy Cross Festival)
[67]
2 May[67] Alitagtag and Bauan, Batangas[67]
Sublian Festival[67] 2 May[67] Bauan, Batangas[67]
Luyang Dilaw Festival[67] 2 May[67] Marilao, Bulacan[67]
Katagman Festival[70] 3 May,
(first week)[70]
Oton, Iloilo[70] highlights the historical significance of the golden mask dugout to the community[70]
Domorokdok Festival
(Dumarokdok)
[67]
3 May to 4 May[67] Botolan, Zambales[67]
Rit-ritemong Cayong Festival[67] 3 May to 5 May[67] Sarrat, Ilocos Norte[67]
Virgen Milagrosa Festival[67] May[67] Ilocos Norte[67] Giving to thanks to the provincial patron of Ilocos Norte. Miss Ilocos Norte is also held in this Festival.
Carabao-Carozza Race Festival[34][67][64] 3 May[34][67][64] Pavia, Iloilo[34][67][64] event where carabaos (water buffaloes) pull decorated bamboo carts in a 400-meter course race[34][64]
Bawang Festival[67] 3 May[67] Sinait, Ilocos Sur[67] garlic[67]
Feast of the Holy Cross[67] 3 May[67] Santa Cruz, Marinduque[67]
Alubijid Town Fiesta[67] 3 May[67] Alubijid, Misamis Oriental[67]
Santa Cruz Parochial Fiesta[67] 3 May[67] Samal, Davao del Norte[67]
Pamuhuan Festival[67] 4 May[67] Pinamungajan, Cebu[67]
Dawa Festival[67] 5 May to 10 May[67] Gonzaga, Cagayan[67]
Bacoor Marching Band Festival[67] 6 May to 8 May[67] Bacoor, Cavite[67]
Sas-alliwa Festival[67] 7 May to 15 May[67] Natonin, Mountain Province[67]
Feast day of Saint Michael[71] 7 May to 8 May[71] San Miguel, Catanduanes[71]
Labig Festival[67] 7 May to 9 May[67] Claveria, Cagayan[67]
Mantawi Festival[67] 7 May[67] Mandaue City[67]
Basi Festival[67] 7 May[67] Naguilian, La Union[67]
Jose Abad Santos Day[67] 7 May[67] San Fernando, Pampanga[67]
Balsa Festival[67] 8 May (2nd Saturday)[67] Lian, Batangas[67]
Summer Sports Festival[67] 8 May to 14 May
(2nd week)[67]
Tagum City[67]
Agawan sa Sariaya
(San Isidro Festival)
[67]
8 May to 16 May[67] Sariaya, Quezon[67]
Mayohan sa Tayabas
(San Isidro Festival)
[67]
8 May to 16 May[67] Tayabas, Quezon[67]
De Galera Festival[67] 9 May to 12 May[67] Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro[67]
Mayaw-mayaw Festival 10 May Pinabacdao, Samar in honor of Our Lady of Sorrows
Aramang Festival[67] 10 May to 11 May[67] Aparri, Cagayan[67]
Kayapa Town Fiesta[67] 10 May to 12 May[67] Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya[67]
Kasadyawan Festival 10 May to 15 May Magdiwang, Romblon Sibuyan Island
Makalawan "Pinya" Festival[67] 10 May to 15 May[67] Calauan, Laguna[67]
Feast of Our Lady of Biglang Awa[67] 10 May[67] Boac, Marinduque[67]
Saging Festival[67] 10 May[67] Lazi, Siquijor[67]
Palong Festival[67] 11 May to 13 May[67] Capalonga, Camarines Norte[67]
Balwarte sa Gumaca[67] 11 May to 15 May[67] Gumaca, Quezon[67]
Paukyaban Festival[67] 11 May to 30 May[67] Butuan City[67]
Barangay Boat Festival[64] 11 May[64] Aparri, Cagayan[64] fluvial festival held in honor of Saint Peter Thelmo[64]
Villaverde Town Fiesta[67] 12 May to 14 May[67] Villaverde, Nueva Vizcaya[67]
Mano Po San Roque Festival[67] 12 May[67] Valenzuela City[67]
Bariw Festival[72] 14 May to 15 May Nabas, Aklan[72] showcasing bags, mats and hats made of bariw leaves[72]
Malaybalay City Fiesta[56] 14 May to 15 May[56] Malaybalay City[56] San Isidro Labrador[56]
Feast of San Isidro Labrador/Carabao Festival[67] 14 May to 15 May[67] Angono, Rizal[67] San Isidro Labrador
Arana't Balwarte sa Gumaca
(San Isidro Festival)
[67]
14 May to 15 May[67] Gumaca, Quezon[67]
Medina Town Fiesta[67] 14 May to 15 May[67] Medina, Misamis Oriental[67] San Isidro Labrador
Pahiyas Festival[30][36][67][64] 14 May to 15 May[36][67] Lucban[67] and Sariaya, Quezon[64] thanksgiving to San lsidro, the patron saint of farmers[30][36][64]
Pulilan Carabao Festival[36][67][64][73] 14 May to 15 May[36][67][73] Pulilan, Bulacan[36][67][64][73] San Isidro de Labrador, the patron saint of farmers[36][64][73]
Fiesta Bicolandia Cruise "Peñafrancia Pilgrimage"[67] 14 May to 18 May[67] Cebu City[67]
Albay Day[67] 14 May[67] Albay[67]
Sarakat Festival[67] 14 May[67] Santa Praxedes, Cagayan[67]
Araña`t Baluarte Festival 15 May Gumaca, Quezon
Aringay Festival[67] 15 May to 21 May[67] Lasam, Cagayan[67]
Manggahan Festival[30][56] 15 May to 22 May,[30]
or Apr 15 to Apr 22[56]
Guimaras[30][56] founding of province and its mangoes[30]
Sunduan[67] 15 May[67] Parañaque City[67]
San Isidro Festival
(Pandanan)
[67]
15 May[67] Luisiana, Laguna[67]
Feast in the Honor Saint Vincent Ferrer[67] 15 May[67] Dipolog City[67]
Onggoyan Festival[67] 15 May[67] Malimono, Surigao del Norte[67]
Sinagingan Festival[67] 15 May[67] Mendez, Cavite[67]
Panalaminan Festival[67] 15 May[67] Roxas, Palawan[67]
Kagasangan Festival[67] 15 May[67] Moalboal, Cebu[67]
San Isidro Fiesta[67] 15 May[67] Digos City[67]
Tinapay Festival[67] 15 May[67] Cuenca, Batangas[67]
Maubanog Festival[67] 16 May to 17 May[67] Mauban, Quezon[67]
Harana Festival
(Karantahan nin Pagranga)
[67]
16 May to 21 May,[67]
or Feb 14[29]
San Jose, Camarines Sur[67]
Pahoy-Pahoy Festival[67][64] 16 May to 24 May,[67]
or 19 May to 25 May[64]
Calbiga, Samar[67][64] giant pahoy-pahoy (scarecrows) made of indigenous materials dancing about its streets[64]
Iikalahan/Kalanguya Festival[67] 16 May[67] San Nicolas, Pangasinan[67]
Gakit Festival[67] 16 May[67] Angadanan, Isabela[67]
Lapyahan Festival[67] 16 May[67] San Remigio, Cebu[67]
Obando Fertility Rites[36][67][73] 17 May to 19 May[36][67][73] Obando, Bulacan[36][67][64][73] San Pascual Baylon, Santa Clara de Assisi or the Virgen de Salambao[36][64]
Sanggutan Festival[67] 18 May[67] Barugo, Leyte[67]
Magdadaran Talip Festival[67] 19 May to 20 May[67] Carasi, Dumalneg,
Nueva Era, Adams, Ilocos Norte[67]
Sarangani Bay Festival[67] 19 May to 21 May[67] Glan, Sarangani[67]
Grand Ammungan Festival: Nueva Vizcaya Day[67][74][75] 19 May to 24 May[67][74] Nueva Vizcaya[67][75] gathering of ethnic tribes and lowland inhabitants of the province[74][75]
Sarung Banggi Festival[67] 19 May to 27 May[67] Santo Domingo, Albay[67]
Farmers Festival[67] 19 May[67] Bacarra, Ilocos Norte[67]
Araw ng Sarangani[67] 19 May[67] Sarangani[67]
Banwahon Festival[67] 20 May[67] Surigao City[67]
Malabon Foundation Day[67] 21 May[67] Malabon City[67]
Lubi Festival[67] 21 May[67] Maria, Siquijor[67]
Layag Festival[67] 22 May to 27 May[67] Rapu-Rapu, Albay[67]
Kabasan Festival[67] 22 May to 28 May[67] Davao de Oro[67]
Lubi-lubi (Coconut) Festival[67] 22 May[67] Gingoog City[67]
Feast of Saint Rita de Cascia (City Fiesta)[67] 22 May[67] Gingoog City[67]
Tabanog Festival Araw ng Balingasag[67] 22 May[67] Balingasag, Misamis Oriental[67]
Panagyaman Festival[30][67] 23 May to 25 May,[67]
or 19 May to 24 May[30]
Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya[30][67] establishment of civil government in the province[30]
Bolibong Kingking Festival[30][67] 24 May to 25 May[30][67] Loboc, Bohol[30][67] music and dance festival of folklore and traditions[30]
Kaogma Festival[67] 24 May to 31 May[67] Pili, Camarines Sur[67]
Guihulugan Festival[67] 24 May[67] Guihulngan, Negros Oriental[67]
Katang Festival[67] 25 May[67] Calauag, Quezon[67]
Gabii sa Kabilin[67] 25 May[67] Cebu City[67]
Sinugboan Festival[67] 27 May[67] Garcia Hernandez, Bohol[67]
Binuyugan Festival[67] 27 May[67] Maitum, Sarangani[67]
Pintos Festival[67] 27 May[67] Bogo City, Cebu[67]
Kalayaan Festival[67] 28 May to Jun 12[67] Cavite (provincewide)[67]
Wagayway Festival[67] 28 May[67] Imus, Cavite[67]
Province of Tarlac Founding Anniversary[67] 28 May[67] Tarlac City[67]
National Flag Day[67] 28 May[67] Iligan City[67]
Dapugan Festival[67] 28 May[67] Mabini, Davao de Oro[67]
Sagawak Festival[67] 28 May[67] Malalag[67]
Rosquillos Festival[67] 29 May[67] Liloan, Cebu[67]
Balingoan Town Fiesta[67] 29 May[67] Balingoan, Misamis Oriental[67]
Mammangi Festival[76] 30 May,
(last week)[76]
Ilagan City[76] thanksgiving and harvest festival, honors the farmers[76]
Bagasbas Beach International Eco-arts Festival[67] 30 May to Jun 6[67] Daet, Camarines Norte[67]
Hudyaka Festival[67] 30 May to Jun 9[67] Zamboanga del Norte[67]
Padaraw Festival[67] 30 May[67] Bulan, Sorsogon[67]
Halamang Dilaw Festival[77] May[77] Marilao, Bulacan[77] pays tribute to nature[77]

June[edit]

Name

Date Range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Rizal Arts Festival[78] Jun 1 to Jun 30[78] Angono, Rizal[78]
Buklog[30] Jun 1 to Jun 6[30] Dipolog City[30]
Linggo ng Zamboanga del Norte & "Sardines and Mango Festival"[78] Jun 1 to Jun 6[78] Dipolog City[78]
Bilang-bilang Abayan Festival[78] Jun 1[78] Surigao City[78]
Sakay-sakay Abayan[78] Jun 1[78] Surigao City[78] fluvial procession[78]
Pulang-Angui Festival[79] Jun 4[79] Polangui, Albay[79] relives the origin of the town[79]
Carrera Habagat[78] Jun 8 to Jun 12[78] Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte[78]
Camotes Cassava Festival[78] Jun 8 to Jun 14[78] Tudela, Cebu (Camotes Island)[78]
Baragatan sa Palawan
(Foundation Day)
[30][78]
Jun 10 to Jun 23[30][78] Puerto Princesa City[30][78] founding anniversary of the civil government of Palawan[30]
Lechonan sa Baroy[78] Jun 10[78] Baroy, Lanao del Norte[78]
Kuron Festival Jun 11 Ferrol, Romblon Tablas Island. Fiesta starts June 11 and ends June 13 (San Antonio de Padua)
Pagdayao Festival[80] Jun 11 to Jun 12[80] Tacloban, Leyte, Masbate[80] thanksgiving feast[80]
Rizal Province Foundation Day[78] Jun 11[78] Rizal (no definite venue)[78]
Araw ng Agusan del Sur[78] Jun 12[78] Agusan del Sur[78]
Sugok-Sugok Festival Jun 12 to Jun 13 Bagamanoc, Catanduanes
Panagsasalug Fiesta[78] Jun 12 to Jun 15[78] Maddela, Quirino[78]
La Trinidad Foundation Day[78] Jun 12 to Jun 16[78] La Trinidad, Benguet[78]
Araw ng Agusan del Norte[78] Jun 12 to Jun 17[78] Agusan del Norte[78]
Naliyagan Festival[78] Jun 12 to Jun 17[78] Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur[78]
Araw ng Quezon[78] Jun 12 to Jun 18[78] Quezon, Bukidnon[78]
Araw ng Cotabato[78][80] Jun 12 to Jun 20[78][80] Cotabato City[78][80] founding anniversary festival[80]
Independence Day[78] Jun 12[78] nationwide[78]
Bonsai Festival and Founding Anniversary of San Isidro[78] Jun 12[78] San Isidro, Davao[78]
Pangapog Festival[78] Jun 13 to Jun 18[78] Samal, Davao del Norte
Dorong Festival[78] Jun 14 to Jun 19[78] Digos City[78]
Gotad ad Ifugao[78] Jun 14 to Jun 28[78] Lagawe, Ifugao[78]
Battle of Besang Pass Commemoration[78] Jun 14[78] Cervantes, Ilocos Sur[78]
Victory at Bacsil Ridge[78] Jun 14[78] San Fernando City, La Union[78]
Pinyasan (Pineapple) Festival[78] Jun 15 to Jun 23[78] Camarines Norte[78]
Cagayan de Oro City Charter Day[78] Jun 15[78] Cagayan de Oro City[78]
Iligan City Charter Day[78] Jun 16[78] Iligan City[78]
Damsu Cultural Festival[78] Jun 16[78] Kiblawan[78]
Baykat Festival, Ambaguio Town Fiesta[78] Jun 17 to Jun 19[78] Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya[78]
Quezon Town Fiesta[78] Jun 17 to Jun 20[78] Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya[78]
Regada Water Festival[78] Jun 17 to Jun 24[78] Cavite City[78] in honor of Saint John the Baptist
San Juan Cityhood Anniversary[78] Jun 17[78] San Juan City[78]
Tagnipan-on Festival[78] Jun 17[78] El Salvador, Misamis Oriental[78]
Kaimonan Festival[78] Jun 17[78] Maco, Davao de Oro[78]
White Nights Festival[78] Jun 18 to Jun 19
(every 3rd weekend)[78]
Davao del Norte[78]
Pabulig Festival[78] Jun 18 to Jun 19[78] Boston, Davao Oriental[78]
Lingganay Festival[78] Jun 18[78] Alangalang, Leyte[78]
Araw ng San Fernando Bukidnon[78] Jun 18[78] San Fernando, Bukidnon[78]
Cadang–Cadang Festival[78] Jun 18[78] Carmen, Davao del Norte[78]
Dapitan's Charter[78] Jun 19 to Jun 22[78] Dapitan City[78]
Pujada Bay Festival[78] Jun 19 to Jul 24[78] Mati, Davao Oriental[78]
Adlaw Nan Surigao[78] Jun 19[78] Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur[78]
Buhayani Festival[78] Jun 19[78] Calamba, Laguna[78]
Pista ng Kalikasan[78] Jun 19[78] Palawan (provincewide)[78]
Saint Peter Town Fiesta[78] Jun 19[78] Sugbongcogon, Misamis Oriental[78]
Ginnamuluan Fiesta[78] Jun 20 to Jun 21[78] Cabarroguis, Quirino[78]
Pista Y Ang Kagueban[78] Jun 20 to Jun 27
(3rd week)[78]
Puerto Princesa City[78]
"Oyange Kaugman" Festival[78] Jun 20 to Jun 29[78] Polangui, Albay[78]
Pili Festival[30][78] Jun 20 to Jun 29[30][78] Sorsogon, Sorsogon[30][78] pili nut[30]
Zambulawan Festival[78] Jun 20[78] Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur[78] street pageantry[78]
Balyuan Rites[78] Jun 20[78] Tacloban City[78]
Mudpack Festival[30][78] Jun 21 to Jun 22,[78]
or Jun 24[30]
Murcia, Negros Occidental[30][78]
Payuhwan Festival: Batanes Day[78] Jun 21 to Jun 26[78] Batanes[78]
Diwata Festival[78] Jun 21[78] San Francisco, Agusan del Sur[78]
Pagadian City Charter Day[78] Jun 21[78] Pagadian City[78]
Piat Sambali Festival[78][80] Jun 23 to Jul 2,[78]
or (last week)[80]
Piat, Cagayan[78][80] commemorates the Christianization of the Ytawes region of Cagayan[80]
Aggaw Nak Cagayan
(Cagayan Founding Anniversary)
[78]
Jun 23 to Jun 30[78] Cagayan[78]
Calumpit "Libad" Festival[78] Jun 23[78] Calumpit, Bulacan[78]
Batac Charter Day & Empanada Festival[78] Jun 23[78] Batac, Ilocos Norte[78]
Birthday of Saint John the Baptist Jun 24 various (including San Juan City,
Lian, Balayan, San Juan, Batangas,
Samal, Davao del Norte, Bataan,
Binuangan, Misamis Oriental, Calumpit and Obando, Bulacan)
Matagoan Festival[78] Jun 24 to Jun 26[78] Tabuk City, Kalinga[78]
Parada ng Lechon
(Parade of Roast Pigs)
[30][36][69][78][80]
Jun 24[69][78][80] Balayan, Batangas[30][36][78][80] Saint John the Baptist[30][36][69]
Hibok-Hibok Festival[62][80] Jun 24[62][80] Camiguin Island[80] Saint John the Baptist[62][80]
Kaliguan Fluvial Festival[78] Jun 24[78] Cagwait, Surigao del Sur[78]
Feast of San Antonio de Padua[78] Jun 24[78] Pila, Laguna[78]
Feast of Saint John the Baptist / Lechon Festival[78] Jun 24[78] Mindoro Oriental[78]
Araw ng Maynila[78] Jun 24[78] Manila City[78]
Taong-putik Festival[78] Jun 24[78] Aliaga, Nueva Ecija[78]
Wattah Wattah Festival[78] Jun 24[78] San Juan City[78]
Sab'uyan Festival / Feast of Saint John the Baptist[78] Jun 24[78] Pola, Oriental Mindoro[78]
Lubid–Lubid Festival and Cow Parade[78] Jun 24[78] Tiaong, Quezon[78]
San Juan sa Hibok-hibok Festival[78] Jun 24[78] Camiguin (provincewide)[78]
Feast of Saint John the Baptist[78] Jun 25[78] San Juan, Metro Manila[78]
Ikid-ikid sa Hononganan Festival[78] Jun 25[78] Hinunangan, Southern Leyte[78]
Bituon Han Leyte Kasadyaan[78] Jun 25[78] Tacloban City[78]
Palo Palo Festival[78] Jun 26[78] Batanes[78]
Apung Iru
(Saint Peter Fluvial Festival)
[78][81]
Jun 27 to Jun 29[78][81] Apalit, Pampanga[78][81] in honor of Saint Peter or "Apung Iru"[81]
Sakay-sakay Festival[78] Jun 27 to Jun 29[78] Jimenez, Misamis Occidental[78]
Pintados Festival[30][36][78][80] Jun 27,[78]
or Jun 29[36]
Tacloban, Leyte[30][36][78][80] body paint[30][80]
Taephag Festival[78] Jun 27[78] Tagbina, Surigao del Sur[78]
Araw ng El Salvador[78] Jun 27[78] El Salvador, Misamis Oriental[78]
Araw ng Maramag[78] Jun 27[78] Maramag, Bukidnon[78]
Cacabyawan Festival[78] Jun 27[78] San Isidro, Davao del Norte[78]
Saint Peter and Paul Feast June 28–29 Ormoc City, Leyte Pina Festival June 24
Jun 28 to Jun 29[78] Cagdianao, Surigao del Norte[78]
Kalilang sa Ranao[30][78] Jun 28 to Jul 5,[78]
or Apr 10 to Apr 15[30]
Marawi City, Lanao del Sur[30][78] charter anniversary celebration of Marawi City[30]
Subiran Regatta[78] Jun 28[78] Tacloban City[78]
Kaniyog'n Festival[78] Jun 28[78] Brooke's Point, Palawan[78]
Bailes de Arcos[78] Jun 29[78] Makati City[78]
Biniray Festival[78] Jun 29[78] Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro[78]
Sugbongcogontown Fiesta / Sacred Heart of Jesus[78] Jun 29[78] Sugbongcogon, Misamis Oriental[78]
Sangyaw Festival of Lights Street Dance (Parade of Lights)and Ritual Dance Competition[78] Jun 29[78] Tacloban City[78]
Feast of Patron Saint of Tacloban, the Sr. Sto. Niño De Tacloban El Capitan June 30[78] Tacloban City[78]
Kahalawan te Sebseb "Spring Festival"[78] Jun 30[78] Maramag, Bukidnon[78]
Naligayan Festival[80] June (2nd week)[80] Agusan del Norte[80] features socio-cultural shows and fairs involving indigenous groups[80]
Daet Pineapple Festival[30][80] June (3rd week),[80]
(15–24)
Daet, Camarines Norte[30][80] Pineapple, Daet's main crop[30][80]
Feast of Apung Iru (St.Peter the Apostle) June 28,29,30 Apalit, Pampanga Fluvial Procession of the Image of St. Peter from Spain.

Celebrated since 1844.

July[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Simbalay[30] July Nabunturan, Davao de Oro[30]
Bocaue River Festival[36][73] July (1st Sunday)[36][73] Bocaue, Bulacan[36] Krus ng Wawa or Cross of Bocaue[36][73]
Sagayan Festival[30][82][83] July (1st week),[82]
Jul 4[83]
Tubod, Lanao del Norte[30][82][83] festival with a Maranao war dance as a main event[82][83]
Sandugo Festival[30][36][82][83] July (last week),[82]
or (month-long)[83]
Tagbilaran City,[30][36][83]
Bohol[82]
celebrates the blood compact between local chieftain Datu Sikatuna and Captain General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi[30][36][82]
Kahimoan Abayan Festival[82] July (last week)[82] Butuan City[82] in honor of Santa Ana (Saint Anne)[82]
Syensaya Los Baños Science Festival[83] July (no definite date yet)[83] Los Baños, Laguna[83]
Kalakal Festival[83] July (no definite date yet)[83] Santa Maria, Laguna[83]
Sublian sa Batangas[30][69][82][83] July to Jul 23[69][82][83] Batangas City[30][82][83] foundation day of Batangas City,[30][82] revives the subli dance tradition[69]
Banana Festival[83] Jul 1 to Jul 10[83] Tagum, Davao del Norte[83]
Feast of Our Lady of Guibang[83] Jul 1 to Jul 2[83] Gamu, Isabela[83]
Festival of Our Lady of Piat[30][83] Jul 1 to Jul 2[30][83] Piat, Cagayan[30][83]
Gatas ng Kalabaw Festival[83] Jul 1 to Jul 7[83] Cabanatuan City[83]
San Carlos Charter Anniversary[83] Jul 1[83] San Carlos, Negros Occidental[83]
Araw ng Davao del Sur, Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental[83] Jul 1[83] Digos City, Tagum City, Mati City[83]
Sinugdan Festival[83] Jul 1[83] Maasin City, Southern Leyte[83]
Tanggogoan Festival[83] Jul 1[83] Digos City[83]
Kadagayaan Festival[84] Jul 1 (week-long)[84] Davao del Norte[84] celebrates and promotes the agri-aqua industry of the province[84]
Araw ng Pasig[83] Jul 2[83] Pasig City[83]
Banig Festival[83] Jul 3[83] Badian, Cebu[83]
Feast of the Holy Cross of Wawa
(Pagoda Festival)
[82][83]
Jul 4 to Jul 7,[82]
or Jul 3 (1st Sunday)[83]
Bocaue, Bulacan[82][83] held in honor of the Holy Cross of Wawa[82]
Kahumayan Festival Jul 5 to Jul 8 Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte
Araw ng Hagonoy[83] Jul 5[83] Hagonoy, Davao del Sur[83]
Alegria de Isabela[83] Jul 8[83] Isabela, Basilan[83]
Lubid Festival[83] Jul 12 to Jul 16[83] Malilipot, Albay[83]
Hudyaka Festival[83] Jul 12[83] Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental[83]
T’nalak Festival[30][83] Jul 13 to Jul 18[83] Koronadal City[30][83] harvest celebration[30]
Sinarapan Festival[83] Jul 14 to Jul 15[83] Buhi, Camarines Sur[83]
Subayan Keg Subanen Festival[83] Jul 15 to Jul 16[83] Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental[83]
Cordillera Day[83] Jul 15 to Jul 30[83] Baguio / CAR provinces[83]
S'lang Festival[83] Jul 15[83] Malungon, Sarangani[83]
Pahinungod Festival[83] Jul 16[83] Carrascal, Surigao del Sur[83]
Binuhat Festival[83] Jul 17 to Jul 23[83] Tagum City[83]
Kinis Festival[85][86] Jul 18 to Jul 25 Panganiban, Catanduanes[85][86] crab festival[86]
Padigosan Festival[83][87] Jul 19[83][87] Digos City[83][87]
Busaingan Festival Jul 22 Santa Magdalena, Sorsogon
Libon Paroy Festival[83] Jul 22 to Jul 25[83] Libon, Albay[83]
Kaliga Festival[83] Jul 22[83] Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental[83]
Birth Anniversary of Apolinario Mabini[83] Jul 22[83] Tanauan, Batangas, Batangas City[83]
Ibid Festival[83] Jul 23[83] Caibiran, Biliran[83]
Araw ng Nabunturan[83] Jul 23[83] Nabunturan, Davao de Oro[83]
Kinabayo Festival
(Battle of Covadonga)
[30][82][83]
Jul 24 to Jul 25[30][83] Dapitan City[30][82][83] re-enacting the Spanish-Moorish wars,[30] and/or in honor of Saint James[82]
Sinulog de Tanjay Festival[82][83] Jul 24,[83]
(last week)[82]
Tanjay, Negros Oriental[82][83] features the origin of the old sinulog culture[82]
Buganihan Festival[83] Jul 25 to Aug 1[83] Davao de Oro[83]
Balikcarcanmadcarlan Celebration[83] Jul 25 to Jul 31[83] Cantilan, Surigao del Sur[83]
Kadagatan Festival[83] Jul 25[83] Cortes, Surigao del Sur[83]
Panagsogod Festival[83] Jul 25[83] Sogod, Cebu[83]
Kutoo Festival[83] Jul 25[83] Cateel, Davao Oriental[83]
Saint James the Apostle Fiesta[83] Jul 25[83] Davao de Oro[83]
Tourism Consciousness Week[83] Jul 26 to Aug 2[83] Butuan City[83]
Pakapya-Agtike[83] Jul 26[83] Socorro, Oriental Mindoro[83]
Santa Anang Banak Taguig River Festival[83] Jul 26[83] Taguig[83]
Kaumahan Festival[83] Jul 26[83] Barili, Cebu[83]
Anniversary of Battle of Paye[83] Jul 30[83] Marinduque[83]
Abayan Festival[83] Jul 31[83] Butuan City[83]
San Ignacio de Loyola Fiesta[83] Jul 31[83] Monkayo, Davao de Oro[83]
Salagaan Festival [83] Jul 26 to Jul 30[83] Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat[83]

August[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Ibalong Festival[30][88][89] August (2nd week),[89]
(10–19)
Legazpi City[30][89] Bicol's early History. The festival celebrates the epic story Ibalong who was accompanied by three legendary heroes, namely Baltog, Handyong, and Bantong.-[30][88][89]
Raja Baguinda Festival[36] August (2nd week)[36] Jolo, Sulu[36] arrival of Raja Baguinda who is credited of spreading the Islam faith to the Sultanate of Sulu[36]
Aurora Festival[90] August (last Sunday of Aug. to 1st week of Sept.)[90] Tanjay, Negros Oriental[90] features evening novenas which culminate in a nocturnal fluvial procession at the Tanjay River[90]
Guiling–Guiling Festival[49] August (no definite date yet)[49] Siniloan, Laguna[49]
Celebration of Buwan ng Wika[49] August
(no definite date)[49]
Batangas City[49]
Durian Festival[49] August to September[49] Tagum City[49]
Ramadan[49] August[49]
Sal-lupongan Festival[49] Aug 1 to Aug 10[49] New Bataan, Davao de Oro[49]
City of Valencia Festival[91] Aug 1 to Aug 28[91] Valencia, Bukidnon[91]
Cabibi Festival[49] Aug 1 to Aug 4[49] Lal-lo, Cagayan[49]
Padagyaw Festival[49] Aug 1 to Aug 5[49] Dumarao, Capiz[49]
Pangapog Festival[49][92] Aug 1 to Aug 7[49][92] Island Garden City of Samal[49][92] thanksgiving festival for a bountiful harvest highlighting the culture of the Samal[92]
Almasiga Festival[49] Aug 1[49] Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental[49]
Udyakan sa Kabankalan/Charter Anniversary[49] Aug 2[49] Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental[49]
Adlaw Hong Butuan[49] Aug 2[49] Butuan City[49]
Palagsing Festival[49] Aug 2[49] Butuan City[49]
Santa Clara Festival[49] Aug 4 to Aug 13[49] Tigaon, Camarines Sur[49]
Palu-Palo Festival[49][92] Aug 4 to Aug 5[49][92] Basco, Batanes[49][92] cultural presentation showing the life of the Ivatans[92]
Bayombong Town Fiesta[49] Aug 5 to Aug 9[49] Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya[49]
Marang Festival[92] Aug 5[92] Las Nieves, Agusan del Norte[92] harvest festival of the fruit marang[92]
El Salvador Fiesta[49] Aug 5[49] El Salvador, Misamis Oriental[49]
Feast of Our Lady of Snows[49] Aug 5[49] Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental[49]
Pagpasidungog Festival[49] Aug 6 to Aug 10[49] Panitan, Capiz[49]
Mercedes Fishtival
(Mercedes Kadagatan Festival)
[49][92]
Aug 6 to Aug 11[49][92] Mercedes, Camarines Norte[49][92] thanksgiving festival by local fishermen[92]
Nalupon Festival[49] Aug 8[49] Lupon, Davao Oriental[49]
Fruit Festival[49] Aug 9 to Aug 11[49] Kidapawan City[49]
Bonga Festival[49][93] Aug 9[49][93] Sibonga, Cebu[49][93] a form of prayer to the town's patron saints for progress and a bountiful harvest[93]
Maliputo Festival[49] Aug 9[49] San Nicolas, Batangas[49]
Ajonay Festival[94] Aug 10[94] Maasin City[94] Mardi Gras-like festival depicting local culture[94]
Cordova Dinagat Festival[49] Aug 10 to Aug 16[49] Cordova, Cebu[49] fishing rituals[49]
Pav-vurulun Afi Festival[49] Aug 10 to Aug 17[49] Tuguegarao, Cagayan[49]
Araw ng Cabanglasan[49] Aug 11 to Aug 13[49] Cabanglasan, Bukidnon[49]
Kaadlawan Han Samar[49] Aug 11[49] Catbalogan, Samar[49]
Kaahaan Festival
(Araw ng Kinoguitan)
[49]
Aug 11[49] Kinoguitan, Misamis Oriental[49]
Santones Festival[49] Aug 12 to Aug 16[49] Liliw, Laguna[49]
Arandurugan Festival[49] Aug 12 to Aug 17[49] Guinobatan, Albay[49]
Pangasinan Bamboo Festival[92] Aug 12[92] Calasiao and Santa Barbara, Pangasinan[92] festival showcasing bamboo products[92]
Pasigarbo sa Sugbo[49] Aug 13 to (2nd Saturday)[49] Cebu City[49]
Paray Festival[85] Aug 13 to Aug 15 Viga, Catanduanes[85] rice festival
Araw ng Tayabas[49] Aug 13[49] Tayabas, Quezon[49]
Kalubihan Festival[49] Aug 14 to Aug 20[49] Jordan, Guimaras[49]
Kalibongan Festival
(Horse Fight & Blood Compact)
[49][95]
Aug 14,[49]
or Aug 17 to Aug 18[92]
Kidapawan City, Cotabato[49][92][95] gathering of Mindanao ethnolinguistic groups[92]
Pasaka Festival[49][92] Aug 14[49][92] Tanauan, Leyte[49][92] in honor of Our Lady of Assumption[92]
Caro-tao Festival[49] Aug 14[49] Mawab, Davao de Oro[49]
Coron Festival[49] Aug 15 to Aug 17[49] Tiwi, Albay[49]
Kaumahan Festival[49] Aug 15 to Aug 31[49] Opol, Misamis Oriental[49]
Feast of Our Lady of the Assumption[49] Aug 15[49] Boac, Marinduque[49]
Sirong Festival[49] Aug 15[49] Cantilan, Surigao del Sur[49]
Sumayajaw Festival[49] Aug 15[49] Jabonga, Agusan del Norte[49]
Lubi-Lubi (Coconut) Festival[30][49][92] Aug 15[49][92] Calubian, Leyte[30][49][92] in honor of Our Lady of Fatima and Saint Roque[92]
Kumbira[49][96] Aug 17 to Aug 19[49]
or Aug 12 to Aug 14[96]
Cagayan de Oro City[49][96] culinary food show and competition[49][96]
Sundayag[49] Aug 18[49] Cagayan de Oro City[49]
Lumin-awa Festival[49] Aug 18[49] Lubuagan, Kalinga[49]
Araw ng Alubijid
(Diyandihan Festival)
[49]
Aug 18[49] Alubijid, Misamis Oriental[49]
Gigantes Festival[92] Aug 19[92] Lucban, Quezon[92] (giants)[92]
Buyogan Festival[30][49][92] Aug 19[92] or Aug 29[49] Abuyog, Leyte[30][49][92] Bees (buyog)[30][92]
Quezon Day/Angono Day[49] Aug 19[49] Angono, Rizal[49]
Coco Sabutan Festival[49] Aug 19[49] Baler, Aurora[49]
Manuel Luis Quezon Birth Anniversary[49] Aug 19[49] Quezon City[49]
Kadayawan sa Dabaw[30][36][49][92][97] Aug 20 to Aug 24,[30][49]
(3rd week)
Davao City[30][36][49][92][97] thanksgiving festival and a tribute to its indigenous peoples[92][97]
Bankaton[49][92] Aug 20[49][92] Lavezares, Northern Samar[49][92] annual boat racing contest celebrating the feast of Nuestra Senora de Salvacion[92]
Pilgrimage to Joroan[49] Aug 20[49] Tiwi, Albay[49]
Sabutan Festival[49] Aug 21 to Aug 25[49] San Luis, Aurora[49]
Anniversary of Cry of Pugadlawin[49] Aug 23[49] Quezon City[49]
Manaragat Festival[49] Aug 23[49] Catbalogan City[49]
Pasa-pasa Ikaw Festivak[49] Aug 25 to Aug 30[49] Pasacao, Camarines Sur[49]
Tsinelas Festival[49] Aug 25[49] Gapan, Nueva Ecija[49]
Iloilo City Charter Day[49] Aug 25[49] Iloilo City[49]
Kagayhaan Festival[92] Aug 26 to Aug 28[92] Cagayan de Oro City[92]
Daragang Magayon Festival[49] Aug 26 to Sep 8[49] Daraga, Albay[49]
Alcala Town Fiesta[49] Aug 26[49] Alcala, Cagayan[49]
Higa-onon Dance Festival[49] Aug 26[49] Cagayan de Oro City[49]
Madyaw, Hugyaw Samal Festival[49] Aug 27 to Aug 28
(every last weekend)[49]
Davao del Norte[49]
Jinawa Festival[49] Aug 27 to Aug 28[49] Gigaquit, Surigao del Norte[49]
Bahandi Festival[49] Aug 27[49] Alcantara, Cebu[49]
Cagayan de Oro Golden Float Festival[49] Aug 27[49] Cagayan de Oro[49]
Native "Manok" Festival[49] Aug 27[49] Panabo City[49]
Hudyaka sa Panglao[49] Aug 28[49] Municipality of Panglao, Bohol[49]
Lambagohan Festival[49] Aug 28[49] Cagayan de Oro[49]
Paladong Festival[49] Aug 28[49] Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur[49]
Kalumunan Festival[49] Aug 28[49] San Agustin, Surigao del Sur[49]
Kagay-an Festival[49] Aug 28[49] Cagayan de Oro City[49]
Kariyawan Festival[49] Aug 28 to Sep 4[49] Monkayo, Davao de Oro[49]
Tilaw sa Pagkaong Nan Surigaonon Food Festival[49] Aug 29 to Aug 31[49] Surigao City[49]
National Heroes Day[49] Aug 29[49] San Carlos City, Negros Occidental[49]
Nagsabado Festival[49] Aug 29[49] Pasig City[49]
Local Heroes Day Celebration[49] Aug 29[49] Pateros[49]
Siloy Festival[49] Aug 30[49] Alcoy, Cebu[49]
Mandaue Charter Day Celebration[49] Aug 30[49] Mandaue, Cebu[49]
Turumba[49] Aug 30[49] Teresa, Rizal[49]
Battle of Pinaglabanan Commemoration[49] Aug 30[49] Pinaglabanan Shrine, City of San Juan[49]
Araw ng Pinaglabanan[49] Aug 30,[49]or Mar 27[45] San Juan City[49]
Karomata Festival[98][99] Aug 30 to Sep 1[99] Trinidad, Bohol[98][99]
Luponan Festival Aug 8 Lupon, Davao Oriental www.lupon.gov.ph
Birth Anniversary of Pres. Ramon Magsaysay[49] Aug 31[49] Iba, Zambales[49]

September[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Hinirugyaw Festival[91] Sep 1 to Sep 10[91] Cabatuan, Iloilo[91]
Diyandi Festival[91] Sep 1 to Oct 2[91] Iligan City[91] (in Honor of St. Michael the Archangel: the Patron Saint of Iligan City)
Hin-ay Festival[90] Sep 1 to Sep 29[90]
Bicol Food Festival[90] Sep 1 to Sep 30[90] Naga City, Camarines Sur[90] festival of Bicol cuisine[90]
Tinu-om Festival[91] Sep 1 to Sep 5
(1st week)[91]
Cabatuan, Iloilo[91]
Sarakiki Festival[30][90][91] Sep 1 to Sep 8[90][91] Calbayog City[30][90][91] features street dancers dressed as cocks[30][90]
Hadang Festival[49] Sep 1 to Sep 8[49] Calbayog City[49]
Feast of Nuestra Señora del Buensuceso[91] Sep 1 to Sep 9[91] Parañaque City[91]
Handuraw Festival[91] Sep 1[91] Leon, Iloilo[91]
Baguio Charter Day/Baguio Tourism Month[91] Sep 1[91] Baguio[91]
Hinugyaw Festival / Cotabato Province Foundation Anniversary[91] Sep 1[91] Kidapawan City[91]
Victory Day[91] Sep 2[91] Kiangan, Ifugao[91]
Unang Sigaw ng Nueva Ecija[91] Sep 2[91] Palayan City[91]
Tuna Festival[30][91] Sep 3 to Sep 5[30][91] General Santos City[30][91] tuna[30]
Tanglawan Festival[100] Sep 3 to Sep 10[101] San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
Sinab'badan Tribal Festival[91] Sep 5 to Sep 6[91] Santa Cruz, Davao del Sur[91]
Buyloganay Festival[91] Sep 6 to Sep 10[91] Ivisan, Capiz[91]
Am-among Festival[91] Sep 7 to Sep 16[91] Bontoc, Mountain Province[91]
Busig-on Festival[91] Sep 7 to Sep 8[91] Labo, Camarines Norte[91]
Sipong Festival[91] Sep 7[91] Bais, Negros Oriental[91]
Padul-ong Festival[91] Sep 7[91] Borongan City, Eastern Samar[91]
Kawayan Festival[91] Sep 7[91] Maragondon, Cavite[91]
Kinaiyahan Festival[91] Sep 7[91] Dauin, Negros Oriental[91]
Karatong Festival[91] Sep 7[91] Dulag, Leyte[91]
Taal Lake Festival Sep 8 Taal Lake
Tambobo Festival[91] Sep 8 to Sep 10[91] Ajuy, Iloilo[91]
Minuluan Festival[91] Sep 8 to Sep 10[91] Talisay City, Negros Occidental[91]
Panagdadapun Festival
(Araw ng Quirino)
[30][91]
Sep 8 to Sep 10[30][91] Cabarroguis, Quirino[30][91]
Linggo ng Bulakan[91] Sep 8 to Sep 15[91] Malolos, Bulacan[91]
Singkaban Festival[91][102] Sep 8 to Sep 15[91][102] Malolos, Bulacan[91][102] highlights the history, culture and tradition of Bulacan province[102]
Anniversary of the Canonical Coronation of the Virgen de Los Remedios[91] Sep 8[91] Angeles and San Fernando, Pampanga[91]
Araw ng Digos[91] Sep 8[91] Digos City[91]
Pista Kadig'garan[91] Sep 8[91] Digos City[91]
World Heritage Cities Solidarity Day[91] Sep 8[91] Vigan City[91]
Sadawan Festival Sep 9 Banton, Romblon Formerly known as Imelda
Flomolok Festival[91] Sep 9 to Sep 11[91] Polomolok, South Cotabato[91]
Kasadyaan Festival[91] Sep 9 to Sep 11[91] Tupi, South Cotabato[91]
Bonok-Bonok Festival[30] Sep 9[30] Surigao City[30] Surigao culture[30]
Parada ng Kakanin / Festival of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazzu[91] Sep 9[91] San Mateo, Rizal[91]
Tambanipa[91] Sep 9[91] Cagayan de Oro City
Sayaw Lahi Festival[91] Sep 10[91] Naujan, Oriental Mindoro[91]
Surigao City Fiesta
(San Nicolas de Tolentino)
[91]
Sep 10[91] Surigao City[91]
Banhayan Festival/Feast of San Nicolas de Tolentino[91] Sep 10[91] Muntinlupa City[91]
Langaran Festival[91] Sep 10[91] Plaridel, Misamis Occidental[91]
Beachurero Festival[91] Sep 10[91] Tacloban City[91]
Bansaulog Festival[91] Sep 12 to Sep 18[91] Bansalan, Davao del Sur[91]
Anniversary – Battle of Pulang Lupa[91] Sep 13[91] Torrijos, Marinduque[91]
Kapakyanan Festival[91] Sep 14 to Sep 15[91] Victoria, Oriental Mindoro[91]
Golden Harvest Festival[91] Sep 14 to Sep 21[91] Valencia, Bukidnon[91] rice and corn festival[91]
Feast of the Triumph of the Cross[91] Sep 14[91] San Jose, Tarlac[91]
Bansalan Festival[91] Sep 15 to Sep 18[91] Bansalan[91]
Bislig City Charter Day[91] Sep 15 to Sep 19[91] Bislig City[91]
Voyadores Festival[91] Sep 15[91] Pilgrim City of Naga[91] Young pilgrims and devotees dance on the city streets to give honor to The Virgin of Peñafrancia
Bungag Dagtabinal Festival[91] Sep 15[91] Aloran, Misamis Occidental[91]
Bañamos Festival[91] Sep 17 to Sep 23[91] Los Banos, Laguna[91]
Peñafrancia Festival Sep(3rd Sunday)[91] Pilgrim City of Naga[37][91] features a novena or 9 days of devotion. Considered one of the largest Marian celebrations in Asia[37]
Galaan Festival[91] Sep 17[91] Don Victoriano Chiongbian, Misamis Occidental[91]
Araw ng Siquijor with Solili[30][91] Sep 17,[91]
(3rd week)[30]
Siquijor, Siquijor[30][91]
Peñafrancia Festival[91] Sep 18 (3rd Sunday)[91] Cotabato City[91]
Karansa Festival[91] Sep 18 (3rd Sunday)[91] Danao City, Cebu[91]
Kabuhian Festival[91] Sep 18 (3rd Sunday)[91] Ronda, Cebu[91]
Talakudong Festival[91] Sep 18[91] Tacurong City[91]
Araw ng Bansalan[91] Sep 18[91] Bansalan, Davao del Sur[91]
Binulig Festival[91] Sep 19 to Sep 25[91] Panabo City[91]
Sinawug Festival[91] Sep 19[91] Asuncion, Davao del Norte[91]
Pasalamat Festival[91] Sep 20 to Sep 22[91] Dao, Capiz[91]
Negros Occidental Provincial Tourism Week[91] Sep 20 to Sep 26[91] Negros Occidental[91]
Coco Festival[91] Sep 20 to Sep 27[91] Sanchez Mira, Cagayan[91]
Pagpakanaug[91] Sep 20[91] Iligan City[91]
Araw ng Asuncion[91] Sep 20[91] Asuncion, Davao del Norte[91]
Semana Sang Turismo
(Silay Tourism Week)
[91]
Sep 21 to Sep 27[91] Silay City[91]
Patabang Festival[91] Sep 21 to Sep 30[91] Tapaz, Capiz[91]
Burdang Lumban Festival[91] Sep 21[91] Lumban, Laguna[91]
Ma-tzu Festival[91][103] Sep 23 to Sep 25[91] San Fernando, La Union[91][103] celebration by Chinese devotees of the miraculous Virgin of Caysasay or Ma-Tzu – a Chinese deity of the Sung Dynasty[103]
Dumalondong Festival[91] Sep 23[91] Esperanza, Agusan del Sur[91] tribal rituals[91]
Kanlungan Festival [78] Sep 24[78] Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna[78]
Sambuklod Festival[91] Sep 25 (last Sunday)[91] San Jose del Monte, Bulacan[91]
Anihan Festival[91] Sep 25 to Sep 30[91] Dueñas, Iloilo[91]
Drum and Bugle Corp Competition[91] Sep 25 to Sep 30[91] Nasipit, Agusan del Norte[91]
Heritage Tour– Lakbay Malabon[91] Sep 25 to Sep 30[91] Malabon City[91]
Agal-Agal Festival[91] Sep 25[91] Tawi-Tawi[91] seaweeds[91]
Nuang Festival[49] Sep 26[49] San Agustin, Isabela[49]
Megayon Festival[91] Sep 27 to Sep 30[91] Zamboanga del Sur[91] thanksgiving festival[91]
Birth Anniversary of General Miguel Malvar[91] Sep 27[91] Santo Tomas, Batangas[42][43] hometown of Gen. Miguel Carpio Malvar[90]
Birth Anniversary of Gen. Miguel Malvar[91] Sep 27[91] Batangas City[91]
Anihan Festival[91] Sep 27[91] Lobo, Batangas[91]
Ms. Iligan City[91] Sep 27[91] Iligan City[91]
Karabaw Festival[104][105] Sep 27 to Sep 29 Gandara, Samar[106] A festival which pay tribute to the draft animal that helps people till their farms and provides milk for Gandara’s local white cheese delicacy called “Keseo”.
Bathan Festival Sep 28 San Miguel, Leyte
Passini Kat Aborlan[91] Sep 28 to Oct 1[91] Aborlan, Palawan[91]
Djanggo Festival[90] Sep 28 to Sep 29[90] Gattaran, Cagayan[90] commemorates centuries-old religious and cultural tradition based on the life of St. Michael[90]
Banigan Festival[91] Sep 28[91] Basey, Samar[91]
Balangiga Anniversary[91] Sep 28[91] Balangiga, Eastern Samar[91]
Pagay Festival[91] Sep 28[91] Alicia, Isabela[91]
Komedya de San Miguel[91] Sep 28[91] Iligan City[91]
Pitlagong Festival[91] Sep 28[91] Argao, Cebu[91]
Kaplag Festival[91] Sep 28[91] Mahaplag, Leyte[91]
Kialegnon Festival[91][107] Sep 23 to Sep 28[91][107] Magsaysay, Davao del Sur[91][107] weeklong celebration of the town's culture, harvest festival[107]
D'Dalaylay Festival Sep 29 Jalajala, Rizal
Dalit Festival[90][91] Sep 29,[91]
or Sep 25[90]
Tangub City[90][91] showcases local rituals, dances, and way of life[90]
Banigan-Kawayan Festival[90] Sep 29[90] Basey, Samar[90] celebrates the banig and the kawayan crafts industry[90]
Angel Festival[91] Sep 29[91] San Rafael, Bulacan[91]
Pangalipay Festival[91] Sep 29[91] Magsaysay, Palawan[91]
Lapay Bantigue Dance Festival[91] Sep 29[91] Masbate City[91]
Sinu-og Estokada Festival[91] Sep 29[91] Jagna, Bohol[91]
Feast of Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia
(Peñafrancia Viva La Virgen)
[30][36][90]
September (3rd Saturday)[90] Naga City, Camarines Sur[30][36][90] Lady of Peñafrancia[36][90]
T'boli Tribal Festival[90] September (3rd week)[90] South Cotabato[90] a gathering of the major ethnolinguistic groups in the province[90]
Tumandok Festival[91] September (3rd week)[91] Iloilo City[91]
Kabankalan City Tourism Week[91] September (4th week)[91] Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental[91]
Kalivungan Festival[108] September North Cotabato[108] celebration of intertribal harmony and thanksgiving festival[108]

October[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Parau Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 12[88] Pilar, Sorsogon[88]
Talulot Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 2[88] Pasay City[88]
Tuao Patronal Fiesta[88] Oct 1 to Oct 2[88] Tuao, Cagayan[88]
Paruyan Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 4[88] Talisay, Camarines Norte[88]
Pasinayaan Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 5[88] Hagonoy, Davao del Sur[88]
Unod Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 7[88] Castilla, Sorsogon[88]
Mambulawan Festival[88] Oct 1 to Oct 7[88] Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte[88]
Hudyaka sa Plaza[88] Oct 1 to Oct 7[88] Montevista, Davao de Oro[88]
Pista ng Gubat[88] Oct 1[88] Pandan, Antique[88]
Kawayanan Festival[88] Oct 1[88] Gloria, Oriental Mindoro[88]
Dilaab Festival[88] Oct 1[88] Siquijor[88]
Kariton Festival[88] Oct 2 to Oct 5[88] Tupi, South Cotabato[88]
Kinilaw Festival[88] Oct 2[88] Surigao City[88]
Feast of Our Lady of La Naval[88] Oct 3 to Oct 12[88] Quezon City[88]
Pista ng Batampasig[88] Oct 3 to Nov 26[88] Pasig City[88]
Sinanggiyaw Festival[88] Oct 4[88] Dumanjug, Cebu[88]
Pagoda Festival(Feast of Saint Francis of Assissi)[88] Oct 4[88] Cardona, Rizal[88]
Kidapawan City Fruit Festival[30][88] Oct 5 to Oct 10,[88]
or August (2nd week)[30]
Kidapawan City[88]
La Torre Festival[88] Oct 6[88] Cardona, Rizal[88]
Harana sa Makati[88] Oct 6[88] Makati City[88]
Pagbiagan Festival/Baggat Dekat Festival and Solano Town Fiesta[88] Oct 7 to Oct 8[88] Solano, Nueva Vizcaya[88]
Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary[88] Oct 7[88] Dipolog City[88]
Bagabag Town Fiesta[88] Oct 7[88] Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya[88]
Eggstravaganza Festival[88] Oct 8 (2nd Friday)[88] San Jose, Batangas[88]
Malampaya Festival[88] Oct 8 to Oct 12[88] Taytay, Palawan[88]
Bagius Festival[88] Oct 8[88] Angeles[88]
Lubi-lubi Festival[88] Oct 8[88] Glan, Sarangani[88]
Charter Anniversary of Koronadal City[88] Oct 8[88] Koronadal City[88]
Zamboanga Hermosa Festival[30][88][89] Oct 10 to Oct 12[88][89] Zamboanga City[30][88][89] (in honor of Our Lady of the Pillar (Nuestra Senora del Pilar Zaragosa))[89]
Kasanggayahan Festival[88][89] Oct 10 to Oct 17,[89]
or Oct 17 to Oct 27[88]
Sorsogon, Sorsogon[88][89] foundation anniversary of Sorsogon[89]
Ting'udo Festival[88] Oct 10[88] Makilala, Cotabato[88] fruit harvest festival[88]
Karakol Festival[88] Oct 10[88] Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro[88]
Kanduli Festival[88] Oct 10[88] Lutayan, Sultan Kudarat[88]
Kaimonan Festival[88] Oct 10[88] Tagum City[88]
Feast of La Naval[30][88][89] Oct 11,[89]
(2nd Sunday)
Quezon City and Angeles[30][88][89] image of the Virgin is paraded around the city,[89] victory at sea against the Dutch in 1646[30]
Kaaldawan Iraya[88] Oct 12[88] Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro[88]
Feast of Nuestra Señora del Pilar[88] Oct 12[88] Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro[88]
Buglasan Festival[88] Oct 14 to Oct 23[88] Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental[88]
Inug-og Festival[88][89] Oct 14,[88]
or Oct 15[89]
Oroquieta City[88][89] in honor of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary[89]
Octubafest[88] Oct 14[88] Tacloban City[88]
Lisagan Festival[88] Oct 15 (3rd Saturday)[88] Magallanes, Agusan del Norte[88]
Inasal/Halad Festival[88] Oct 15[88] Talisay, Cebu[88]
Sagingan Festival[30][88][89] Oct 16 to Oct 17,[88][89] Tubod, Lanao del Norte[30][88][89] in honor of San Isidro Labrador[89]
Lanzones Festival[30][62][88][89] Oct 16 to Oct 22
(3rd week),[88]
or (4th week)[62][89]
Mambajao,[89] Camiguin[30][62][88] celebrates the abundance of lanzones fruit[30][62][89]
Pamugu-an Festival[88] Oct 16 to Oct 22[88] Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro[88]
Cimarrones Festival[88] Oct 16 to Oct 26[88] Pili, Camarines Sur[88] The capital town of Camarines Sur celebrates the "Cimarrones Festival" in honor of tribesmen who were mentioned on record to have roamed the areas in the slope of Mount Isarog in the 17th century.[89]
Calbayog Grand Karakol[89] Oct 16[89] Calbayog City[89] religious celebration of thanksgiving of devotees of San Rafael[89]
Rahugan Festival[88] Oct 17 to Oct 24[88] Basud, Camarines Norte[88]
Musa Festival[88] Oct 19 to Oct 21[88] Kapalong, Davao del Norte[88]
Tugob Festival[109] Oct 20 to Oct 22[109] Ormoc City[109] thanksgiving festival for the bounty of the city[109]
Enchanting Balete Festival[110][110][111] Oct 20 to Oct 24
(culmination)
Balete, Aklan[110][111] emphasizes the culture and traditions of Balete townsfolk[111]
Leyte Gulf Landing Anniversary[88] Oct 20[88] Dulag and Palo, Leyte[88]
Cave Festival[88] Oct 20[88] Laak, Davao de Oro[88]
Binalayan
(Binangonan sa Lawa at Kawayan) Festival
[112]
Oct 21 Binangonan, Rizal[112] showcases bamboo products and other marine merchandises[112]
Sunggod to Kumanga Tribal Inter-community Solidarity Festival[88] Oct 21 to Oct 22[88] Panabo City[88]
Coffee Festival[88] Oct 21[88] Lipa City, Batangas[88]
Catadungan Festival
(Padayaw)
[30][88][89]
Oct 22 to Oct 24[30][88][89] Virac, Catanduanes[30][88][89] commemorates the province's independence from Albay[89]
Apo Iraya Festival[88] Oct 23[88] Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro[88]
Sambuokan Festival[88] Oct 24 to Oct 31[88] Mati City, Davao Oriental[88]
Pakaradjan Festival[88] Oct 24 to Oct 31[88] Tagum City[88]
Haw-as Festival Oct 25 to Oct 28 Dumangas, Iloilo
Battle of Surigao Strait Commemoration[88] Oct 25[88] Surigao City, Surigao del Norte[88]
Banayan Festival[88] Oct 26 to Oct 28[88] Banaybanay, Davao Oriental[88]
Niyogan Festival[88] Oct 26 to Oct 29[88] Baganga, Davao Oriental[88]
Kalibulongan[88] Oct 27 to Oct 28[88] Talaingod, Davao del Norte[88]
Aeta Festival[88] Oct 27[88] Botolan, Zambales[88]
Kahimonan Festival[88] Oct 28 to Oct 29[88] Laak, Davao de Oro[88]
Aswang Festival[88] Oct 29 to Oct 30[88] Roxas City[88] defunct
Hinugyaw sa Anilao[88] Oct 31[88] Anilao, Iloilo[88]
Apo Fiesta[88] Oct 31[88] Angeles[88]
Halaran Festival[89][113] October (1st week)[89][113] Roxas City[89] highlights the history and culture of Capizenos during pre-Hispanic times[89]
Universal Children's Festival[89] October (1st week)[89] Dapitan City[89] involves children of locals, dressed in costumes of UN member countries, parading around the city[89]
Tingguian Festival[88] October (1st week)[88] Bangued, Abra[88]
Pyestang Tugak
(Frog Festival)
[88]
October (1st week)[88] San Fernando City[88]
MassKara Festival[30][35][36][88][114] October (Highlights on 4th Sunday) [115] Bacolod[30][35][36][88][89][114] MassKara Festival is an annual festival in Bacolod City with highlights every fourth Sunday of October with street dancers in colorful costumes, masks and headdresses.[114]
Megayon Festival[89] October (3rd week)[89] Tigbao, Zamboanga del Sur[89] harvest festival[89]
Fiestang Kuliat
(Tigtigan, Terakan Keng Dalan)
[30][88]
October (last week),[30]
Oct 28 to Oct 29[88]
Angeles, Pampanga[30][88]
Calacatchara Festival[88] October
(no definite date)[88]
Calaca, Batangas[88]
Tinapa Festival[88] October
(no definite date)[88]
Rosario, Cavite[88]
Tamaraw Festival[88] October
(no definite date)[88]
Occidental Mindoro (provincewide)[88]
La Naval Festival[88] October[88] nationwide[88]
Raniag Twilight Festival[116] October[116] Vigan City[116] part of the local people's tradition of giving light to the spirits of departed loved ones[116]

November[edit]

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
Festival of Lights Nov 1 Sagada, Mountain Province
Banaag Festival[117] Nov 1[117] Anilao, Iloilo[117]
Tumba Festival
(Candle Festival)
Nov 2 San Luis, Batangas
Pintaflores Festival[30][63] Nov 3 to Nov 5[63][117] San Carlos City, Negros Occidental[30][63][117] festival marked by a street dancing,[63] (in honor of Saint Charles Borromeo)[30][117]
San Carlos City Fiesta[117] Nov 4[117] San Carlos City, Negros Occidental[117]
Kansilay Festival[30] Nov 5 to Nov 13[30] Silay City, Negros Occidental[117]
Angono Arts Festival[117] Nov 5 to Nov 25[117] Angono, Rizal[117]
Negros Day[117] Nov 5[117] Negros Occidental[117]
El Cinco de Noviembre / Kansilay Festival[117] Nov 5[117] Bago, Negros Occidental[117]
Bagat Festival / Araw ng Sibagat[118] Nov 6[118] Sibagat, Agusan del Sur[118]
Helobong Festival
(Helubong)
[117]
Nov 9 to Nov 15[117]
(2nd week)[30]
Lake Sebu, South Cotabato[30][117]
Sandurot Festival[117] Nov 9 to Nov 15[117] Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental[117]
Visayas-Mindanao Drum and Bugle Corps[117] Nov 9 to Nov 15[117] Mindanao area / Cagayan de Oro City[117]
Taw-anay Gugma[117] Nov 11[117] Dumalag, Capiz[117]
Kalag-Kalag Festival[63] Nov 13[63] Cebu City[63]
Pandag-kitab Oriental Mindoro[117] Nov 14[117] Calapan City[117] provincial festival[117]
Founding Anniversary of Occidental Mindoro[117] Nov 15[117] Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro[117]
La Union Surfing Invitational/Surfing Festival[117] Nov 17 to Nov 19[117] San Juan, La Union[117]
Kahilwayan Festival/Cry of Santa Barbara[117] Nov 17[117] Santa Barbara, Iloilo[117]
Urukay Festival[117] Nov 18 to Nov 19[117] Anini-y, Antique[117]
Baguio Arts Festival[117] Nov 18[117] Baguio[117]
Inilusan[117] Nov 20 to Nov 25[117] Mambusao, Capiz[117]
Inilusan[117] Nov 20 to Nov 25[117] Mambusao, Capiz[117]
Pinnakan Festival[119] Nov 20 to Nov 25[119] Luna,La Union[119]
Kalimudan Festival[117] Nov 21[117] Isulan, Sultan Kudarat[117] tribal fiesta[117]
Higantes Festival
(Feast of San Clemente)
[30][36][63][117]
Nov 22 to Nov 23[30][36][63][117] Angono, Rizal[117] marked by giant papier mache effigies,[63] (in honor of Saint Clement)[36][63]
Guinakit of Maguindanao[30] Nov 22[30] Rio Grande de Mindanao[30] boat parade[30]
Cordillera Festival[117] Nov 22[117] Baguio[117]
Kabkaban Festival[117] Nov 23 to Nov 29[117] Carcar, Cebu[117]
Benguet Foundation Day[117] Nov 23[117] Benguet[117]
Santa Ipon Festival[63] Nov 25 to Dec 25[63] Santa, Ilocos Sur[63] thanksgiving celebration highlighted by the catching of the ipon[63]
Feast of Santa Catalina[117] Nov 26[117] Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro[117]
Panangedayew[117] Nov 27[117] Dagupan City[117]
Feast of the Immaculate Conception[30] Nov 29 to Dec 8[30] Puerto Princesa City[30]
Day-ang Di Onga Festival[63] Nov 30[63] Baguio[63] features young Cordillerans in a day-long event to "celebrate life"[63]
Annual Pinatubo Trek
(A March to Peace Tranquility)
[117]
Nov 30[117] Capas, Tarlac[117]
Adivay[120][121] Nov[120][121] La Trinidad, Benguet[120][121] celebration of culture and tradition of Benguet ethnic tribes[120][121]
P'yagsawitan Festival[30][63][117] November (3rd week),[30][63]
Nov 18 to Nov 25[117]
Maragusan, Davao de Oro[30][63][117] involves performances by indigenous groups of the area, and harvest-related thanksgiving rituals[30][63]
Kawayanan Festival[63] November (3rd week)[63] Pagadian, Zamboanga del Sur[63] celebrates the versatility of the Bamboo plant[63]
Binabayani Festival[63] November (last week)[63] Olongapo, Zambales[63] re-enacts the war between the Aetas and the Christians through dance[63]
Crown Festival November (third week) Taytay, Rizal
Tan-Ok ni Ilocano Festival of Festivals November (third week) Ilocos Norte A festival wherein the municipalities and cities of the provinces showcases their our tradition and cultures.The pride of Ilocanos.
Pas'ungko s'g Mis Occ November (month-long) Misamis Occidental

December[edit]

     Part of Christmas

Name Date range Location Notes
(commemoration/main attraction(s)
SumBingTik
(Suman, Bibingka, Latik) Festival
[122]
Dec 1[122] Cainta, Rizal[122]
Luglugan - Pancit Malabon Festival[123] Dec 1 to Dec 10[123] Malabon City[123]
Rimat ti Amianan[123] Dec 1 to Dec 18[123] San Fernando City, La Union[123]
Kamundagan Festival[123] Dec 1 to Dec 31[123] Naga City, Camarines Sur[123]
Sinukwan Festival[123] Dec 1 to Dec 7[123] San Fernando City[123]
Hugyawan Dalansayaw[123] Dec 1 to Dec 7[123] Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental[123]
Pasigahan sa Balingasag[123] Dec 1 to Jan 7[123] Balingasag, Misamis Oriental[123]
Galicayo Festival[123] Dec 1 to Dec 9[123] Manaoag, Pangasinan[123]
Kabakahan Festival[123] Dec 1[123] Padre Garcia, Batangas[123]
Kalamay Festival[123] Dec 2[123] San Enrique, Iloilo[123]
Fiesta de Los Toros[123] Dec 2[123] Nasugbu, Batangas[123]
Yugyugan Festival[123] Dec 3 to Dec 12[123] Pagsanjan, Laguna[123]
Sinadya sa Halara Festival[123] Dec 3 to Dec 8[123] Roxas City, Capiz[123] thanksgiving festival[123]
Paskuhan sa Maraykit[123] Dec 5 (1st Saturday)[123] San Juan, Batangas[123]
Christmas Symbols Festival[123] Dec 6[123] Tangub City[123]
Pag-alad Festival[123] Dec 7 to Dec 8[123] San Fernando, Romblon[123]
Pagoda and Caracol
(Fluvial Parade)
[123]
Dec 7 to Dec 9[123] Malabon City[123]
Rungawan Festival Dec 8 Concepcion, Romblon Sibale Island
Hinugyawan Festival Dec 8 Santa Maria, Romblon Tablas Island
Fluvial Procession at Taal[123] Dec 8 to Dec 9[123] Taal, Batangas[123]
Tag-anitohan[123] Dec 8 to Dec 9[123] Tudela, Cebu (Camotes Island)[123]
Rehiyon-Rehiyon[123] Dec 8[123] Marikina City[123]
Immaculate Conception Day[123] Dec 8[123] Cotabato City[123]
Feast of Immaculate Conception
(Burunyugan)
[123]
Dec 8[123] Puerto Princesa City[123]
San Teodoro Day and Immaculate Conception Feast[123] Dec 8[123] San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro[123]
Coco Festival[123] Dec 8[123] San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro[123]
Adyawan Festival[123] Dec 8[123] San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro[123]
Bonggahan sa Valencia[123] Dec 10[123] Valencia City, Bukidnon[123]
Pampanga Day[123] Dec 11[123] San Fernando, Pampanga[123]
Kasadyaan Festival
(Mardi Gras)
[123]
Dec 12 to Dec 14[123] Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental[123]
Parayan Festival[123] Dec 12[123] Pototan, Iloilo[123]
Festival of Lights & Music[123] Dec 12[123] La Carlota City[123]
Pastores Bicol[123] Dec 12[123] Legazpi City[123]
Lambayok Festival[123] Dec 12[123] San Juan, Batangas[123]
Bod-bod Festival[123] Dec 14 to Dec 16[123] Tanjay City, Negros Oriental[123]
San Fernando Giant Lantern Festival[30][36][123][124] Dec 14 to Dec 20,[123]
or (month long)[124]
San Fernando, Pampanga[30][36][123][124] Christmas lanterns[30][36][124]
Kanyong Kawayan Festival[123] Dec 14 to Dec 20[123] Kidapawan City[123]
Shariff Kabunsuan Festival[123] Dec 15 to Dec 19[123] Cotabato City / Maguindanao[123]
Pantatan Festival[123] Dec 15 to Dec 19[123] Zarraga, Iloilo[123]
Lantern Festival[123] Dec 15 to Dec 31[123] Bacolod[123]
Misa de Gallo[123] Dec 16 to Dec 24[123] nationwide[123]
Iwag Christmas Lights Festival[123] Dec 16 to Dec 31[123] Pototan, Iloilo[123]
Sorsogon Festival[123] Dec 16[123] Sorsogon City[123]
Palupok Bayong Festival[123] Dec 18[123] Santa Barbara, Iloilo[123]
Tultugan Festival[123] Dec 21 to Dec 27[123] Maasin, Iloilo[123]
Araw ng Montalban/Pamitinan Festival[123] Dec 21[123] Rodriguez, Rizal[123]
Christmas Food Street Festival[123] Dec 22[123] Cebu City[123]
Maytinis Festival[123] Dec 24[123] Kawit, Cavite[123]
Kanyon-kanyon Festival
(Patunog-tunog Kanyon sa New Year)
[123]
Dec 25 to Dec 31[123] Santa Barbara, Iloilo[123]
Pasidungog[123] Dec 25 to Dec 31[123] San Miguel, Iloilo[123]
Puto Festival[123] Dec 26 to Dec 28[123] Calasiao, Pangasinan[123]
Idioc Festival Dec 27 Cajidiocan, Romblon Sibuyan Island
Handuraw Festival[123] Dec 27 to Dec 31[123] Dapitan City[123]
Kaliugyon Festival[123] Dec 28 to Jan 1[123] Libacao, Aklan[123]
Pawil Dagupan[123] Dec 28 to Dec 31[123] Dagupan City[123]
Niños Inosentes Day
(Yawa-yawa Festival)
[123]
Dec 28[123] Ibajay, Aklan[123]
Horse Festival[123] Dec 29 to Dec 30[123] Plaridel, Bulacan[123]
Rizal's Death Anniversary[123] Dec 30[123] Dapitan City[123]
Torotot Festival Dec 31 to Jan 1 Davao City
Pakalog sa Pasig[123] Dec 31[123] Pasig City[123]
Kaluskos Bamboo Arch Festival[123] December (month long)[123] Cardona, Rizal[123]
Damili Festival[123] December (month long) San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte Give thanks to its patron (St Nicholas) and the art of pottery
Sanghiyang Festival Alfonso, Cavite
World Costume Festival Vigan City international event
Buntal Hat Festival[125] Baliuag, Bulacan[125] buntal hat weaving[125]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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