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Holidays and Festivals in the Philippines

To help you plan vacations in advance, we listed all public holidays and festivals. We will be adding suggesting the best destinations to visit in each long weekend of the year.

These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates.


Jan 27 (Sat) - Jan 28 (Sun)

Dinagyang Festival

Dinagyang began after Rev. Fr. Ambrosio Galindez of a local Roman Catholic parish introduced the devotion to Santo Niño in November 1967. In 1968, a replica of the original image of the Santo Niño de Cebu was brought to Iloilo by Fr. Sulpicio Enderez a

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Jan 29 (Mon) - Feb 03 (Sat)

Kannawidan Festival

This festival at the end of January celebrates the best of Ilocos Sur culture, from traditional dress and folk dance to tribal rituals and marching band contests.

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Jan 31 (Wed)

Balut sa Puti Festival

The Balot sa Puti Festival is a food festival featuring a cooking competition of the famous Philippine delicacy known as balut. Balut is a fertilized duck or chicken egg with a developing embryo inside. The egg is boiled and then eaten with a pinch of sa

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Feb 01 (Thu) - Mar 25 (Sun)

Kaamulan Festival

“Kaamulan” is from the Binukid word “amul” which means “to gather”. It is a gathering of Bukidnon tribespeople for a purpose. It can mean a datuship ritual, a wedding ceremony, a thanksgiving festival during harvest time, a peace pact, or all

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Feb 01 (Thu) - Mar 04 (Sun)

Panagbenga festival

Panagbenga Festival (English: Flower Festival) is a month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio. The term is of Kankanaey origin, meaning "season of blooming". The festival, held during the month of February, was created as a tribute to the cit

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Feb 01 (Thu) - Feb 06 (Tue)

Lavandero Festival

Features streetdancing which is a tribute to the good laundrymen and women of Mandaluyong. Exciting activities/side shows are held by the banks of the famed and legendary Pasig River.

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Feb 09 (Fri) - Feb 12 (Mon)

Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival

The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta (PIHABF), is also known as “A Weekend of Everything that Flies.

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Feb 09 (Fri) - Feb 15 (Thu)

HAMAKA Festival

HAMAKA Festival is a seven-day event showcasing the artistry, craftsmanship and various talents of the people of Taytay, Rizal in terms of woodworks (HAmba), sewing machine (MAkina), garments/couturier’s design (KAsuotan).

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Feb 12 (Mon) - Feb 13 (Tue)

PAMAYPAY NG CALOOCAN FESTIVAL

The pamaypay is commonly used by Filipinas, something they got from the Spaniards probably. It is very appropriate for the Philippines, especially during the dry seasons.

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Feb 13 (Tue)

Guling-Guling Festival

Guling-Guling Festival is a traditional occasion that happens yearly in the month of February in Paoay, Ilocos Norte. It is held before the Ash Wednesday or the start of the season of Lent or also known as “Semana Santa”, which begins 40 days prior t

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Feb 13 (Tue) - Feb 14 (Wed)

Ullalim Festial

This Festival is a tourism and industry promotional event for four days showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the people and their natural resources bounties. More than that, the festival will be a great gathering of people to demonstrate once again u

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Feb 14 (Wed) - Feb 19 (Mon)

Aurora Foundation Day

Foundation Day is the so-called 'Karansa': a Street Dancing Competition where the concept of cooperation and unity called 'Paatag' prevails as the overall theme of the day's hilarious activities. The weeklong activity includes singing and dancing compet

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Feb 14 (Wed)

Vinta Festival

A grand spectacle of colors adorned the seas of Jolo, Sulu, the fluvial parade is part of the Terrorism to Tourism program of the Armed Forces of the Philippines that aims to bring peace, progress and prosperity in Sulu.

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Feb 15 (Thu)

Karanowan Festival

This fish-tival was derived from a local dialect "Ranow" meaning lake, spawned of giving significance to the beautiful Lake Bato, which is teemed with numerous species of fishes such as the well-known "tabios", tilapia nilotica, carp, eel and many others

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Feb 16 (Fri)

Chinese Lunar New Year's Day

Filipino-Chinese communities in the Philippines celebrate Chinese New Year every year in hope of attracting prosperity, closer family ties and peace.

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Feb 16 (Fri)

Chinese New Year Festival

there are several Filipino-Chinese customs and traditions that are widely observed today that make Chinese New Year a very meaningful and an exciting occasion.

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Feb 16 (Fri) - Feb 22 (Thu)

Bamboo Organ Festival

The festival brings together music lovers from all over the world to enjoy a scintillating music performance show steered by organists who skilfully play the only bamboo organ worldwide. If this does not sound like an exciting plan, then nothing probably

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Feb 16 (Fri) - Feb 27 (Tue)

Dinagsa Festival

A celebration in honor of the city's Patron saint Sto. Niño de Muntinlupa highlighted by a streetdancing participated in by representatives from different barangays, schools, youth sectors and groups from other cities in Metro Manila. A variety show wil

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Feb 18 (Sun) - Feb 19 (Mon)

Suman Festival

The biggest and grandest of all feasts in Aurora is a parade of floats uniquely designed. Main streets and homes are decked with suman, a native delicacy.

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Feb 22 (Thu) - Feb 23 (Fri)

Kariyala Festival

The Kariraya Festival is a celebration of bountiful harvest and the distictive cultures and heritage of the various ehtnic tribes and Communities in Wao, Lanao del Sur

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Feb 25 (Sun)

People Power Anniversary

People Power Anniversary in the Philippines is a school holiday only, so both public and private schools are closed. Business remains open on this day.

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Feb 26 (Mon)

Sibugsibug Festival

This celebration is also the anniversary of the foundation of the province.The two-week festivity features colorful street dancing with ethnic themes, including the ritual that shows of good harvest, wedding ceremony, and healing rituals.

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Feb 26 (Mon)

Makati's Caracol Festival

Caracol Festival is the city’s unique version of Mardi Gras according to Ex-Mayor Jejomar Binay. The annual celebration continues the commitment of preserving Makati’s cultural heritage and promoting the importance of conserving the environment and n

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Mar 05 (Mon) - Mar 11 (Sun)

Anilag Festival

In 2004, Santa Cruz City began its Anilag Festival in celebration and promotion of products and delicacies like crop production, livestock, poultry production, and bamboo, rattan, and soft hardwood.

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Mar 16 (Fri)

Araw ng Dabaw

Araw ng Dabaw, also known as Davao City Foundation Day, is a week-long celebration that culminates every 16th of March. It is marked with a socio-civic and military parade, sports competitions, and fireworks.

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Mar 18 (Sun) - Mar 19 (Mon)

Banana Festival

Is a celebration of the abundance of bananas. It showcases the different varieties of banana like the Senorita, the Latundan, the Lacatan and the Saba. It also features a banana cookfest and a “saba”-inspired street dancing competition and beauty pag

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Mar 29 (Thu) - Apr 01 (Sun)

Holy Week

Holy week begins on Maundy Thursday and ends on Palm Sunday. Businesses are closed for part or all of the four days.

March 31, 2018 is Black Saturday and considered special non-working holiday

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Apr 06 (Fri) - May 30 (Wed)

Bangus Festival

Bangus Festival, first celebrated in 2002, was the brainchild of former mayor Benjamin S. Lim, who wished to emphasize the local bangus industry and promote Dagupan as the Bangus Capital of the World.

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Apr 07 (Sat) - Apr 08 (Sun)

Lang-ay Festival

A week-long celebration which is observed to have various events like information caravan of the province’s services, agricultural trade fair, forum, cultural plays and performances, and culminates in a grand parade featuring every municipality of the

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Apr 09 (Mon)

Araw ng Kagitingan

Araw ng Kagitingan is a non-working holiday that is part of a long weekend in the Philippines. World War II veterans parade in different cities in the Philippines on this day.

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Apr 14 (Sat) - Apr 16 (Mon)

Moriones Festival

Marinduque Crowds of town people dress up as a Roman legionaries and figures from the Bibles. The festival takes place in Marinduque during Holy Week and culminates in the re-enactment of the beheading of Longinus. Entire towns are converted into huge st

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Apr 15 (Sun) - Apr 19 (Thu)

Kulay Festival

The five day celebration aims to promote the preserved rich cultural heritage of batanes and introduce their locally manufactured food products to local and international tourist visiting their province. Even the stage was decorated with dried products s

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Apr 17 (Tue)

Banga Festival

The Banga Festival is a week long event celebrated in the city of Balanga City, Bataan. It is said that the name Balanga, which is the capital of Bataan, came from the word “banga,” the tagalong term for pot used in cooking. The Banga Festival is cel

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Apr 18 (Wed) - Apr 22 (Sun)

Rodeo Masbateno festival

One of the largest annual events is the Masbate Rodeo known as “Rodeo Masbateno” which usually takes place every April.

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Apr 19 (Thu) - Apr 22 (Sun)

Pagibang Damara Festival

Pagibang Damara Festival is celebrated every April 19th-22nd in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija. A "damara" is a makeshift shelter made from kawayan (bamboo) and nipa, built at the center of ricefields as a protection from the sun's heat or from rain.

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Apr 20 (Fri) - Apr 29 (Sun)

La Laguna Festival

The event showcases competitions such as dragon boat race, brass band ,flora and fauna farms, cook fest, trade fair and the choreographed sound and sight fireworks.

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Apr 20 (Fri) - Apr 22 (Sun)

Aliwan Festival

An annual event just as most of the Philippines festivals are, Aliwan is all about celebrating the diverse culture of the locals. The fiesta brings together multiple festivals to gather in Pasay City. Due to the sheer magnitude of the fiesta, the city th

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Apr 22 (Sun) - May 02 (Wed)

Pistay Dayat

Pista’y Dayat Festival (Sea Festival) is a thanksgiving festival celebrated annually during the first two weeks of April. It celebrates the bountiful harvest of abundant fishes.

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Apr 22 (Sun) - May 19 (Sat)

P’gsalabuk Festival

P'gsalabuk is a Subano term that means "togetherness". is the most grandest celebration of the City of Dipolog.

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Apr 24 (Tue) - Apr 30 (Wed)

Sibit-Sibit Summer Festival

The name Sibit-Sibit was derived from the name of small paddle-driven bancas used for fishing during the early days when Brgy. Barreto was yet called Sitio Maquinaya. During fiestas, fisherfolk hold banca race using pure human strength to win the competi

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Apr 25 (Wed) - Apr 27 (Fri)

Vakul-Kanayi Festival

Locals and guests from nearby islands enjoyed games familiar to any fiesta, such as catch the piglet, catch the goat and catch the chicken. Each catch was gleefully taken away by their new owners, perhaps to be prepared and shared with neighbors on the l

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Apr 30 (Mon) - May 06 (Sun)

Dinengdeng Festival

The Dinengdeng Festival (English: vegetable dish), is the official festivity event of the municipality of Agoo, La Union, Philippines.[1][2] It is held annually in summer in celebration of a dish by which its name is derived from

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May 01 (Tue)

Labor Day

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May 01 (Tue) - May 06 (Sun)

Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts

Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts held every first week of May, the festival started in 1993 by the SVAHAI to promote awareness of the value of the historic town.

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May 01 (Tue) - May 31 (Thu)

Santa Cruzan

is a religious-historical beauty pagent held in many cities, towns and even smll villages throughout the Philippines during the month of May. One of the most colorful May-time festivals in the Philippines which depicts the finding of the Holy Cross by Q

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May 01 (Tue) - May 31 (Thu)

Magayon Festival

Magayon Festival was the first festival throughout the Philippines that came up with a month-long celebration in May 1999. This idea was conceptualized by Governor Al Francis C. Bichara himself who was then really focused on the growth and development of

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May 09 (Wed) - May 10 (Thu)

Mayawmayaw Festival of Pinabacdao

The Mayaw-Mayaw Festival is an annual thanksgiving celebration every 10th of May. The festivities are highlighted with dance and drama contests, cultural presentations and street dancing competition.

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May 11 (Fri) - May 22 (Tue)

Manggahan Festival

The Manggahan Festival of Guimaras is an identity festival commemorating the anniversary of the province as being an independent province. It is held every 22nd day of May which depicts the cultural heritage of the province and also to emphasize the prom

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May 11 (Fri) - May 12 (Sat)

Hudyaka Festival

One of the highlights of Biliran Provincehood Anniversary on every 11th of May, the festival is a celebration of the Biliranons’ endeavors as one people with “hudyaka” or merriment. It showcases the various festivals of it’s component municipalit

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May 12 (Sat)

Mano po San Roque festival

A streetdancing and procession along the city's thoroughfares in commemoration of the Feast of San Roque highlighting the customs and traditional celebration of the festival. Called "Sayawan sa Calle" Festival, the festival which is centered in the Chur

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May 15 (Tue)

Pahiyas Festival

At the core of this festival, is the celebration of a bountiful harvest. Locals revere great harvests, and there is no better way to celebrate this than with elaborate festivals. The beauty of it for the intrepid traveller, perhaps, is the fact that this

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May 16 (Wed) - May 17 (Thu)

Gakit Festival

Gakit Festival is an annual festival held on May 16th to 17th at the Cagayan River. Participants of the festival offer fruits, vegetables, poultry, and livestock as thanksgiving for their abundant bounty located in Angadanian, Isabela.

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May 22 (Tue) - May 23 (Wed)

Grand Ammungan Festival

Anniversary celebration of the establishment of the civil government of Nueva Vizcaya highlighted by an agro-industrial trade fair, street parades, float competition, cultural presentations by indigenous groups participated by the 15 towns of the provinc

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May 25 (Fri) - May 27 (Sun)

Sarbay Fest

Arguably the most well-known event in the southern region of Philippines’, Sarbay festival is considered a must attend for many tourists.

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May 30 (Wed)

El Circulo Fernandino

The El Circulo Fernandino (ECF) is an annual social gathering of Kapampangan leaders, businessmen, and prominent people from other sectors of the society.

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May 30 (Wed) - Jun 09 (Sat)

Hudyaka ZaNorte Festival

The highlight of Hudyaka Festival is to showcase the extreme cultural talents of the people from Zamboanga Del Norte. The parade showcases the cultural street dance moves, acts and routines which is such an extravagant competition between the representat

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May 31 (Thu) - May 31 (Wed)

Balangay Festival

The Balangay Festival is also a celebration in Butuan, Agusan del Norte to commemorate the coming of the early migrants that settled the Philippines, on board the Balangay boats. When the first Spaniards arrived in the 16th century, they found the Filipi

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Jun 09 (Sat) - Jun 24 (Sun)

Baragatan Festival

The festival derives its name from a Cuyunon terms that means 'meeting', and true to its meaning Baragatan is a convergence and coming together of the people of Palawan to celebrate its history and rich culture.

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Jun 12 (Tue)

Independence Day

The Philippine’s Independence Day is a national holiday so government offices are closed. There are absolutely no classes in all schools.

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Jun 15 (Fri) - Jun 27 (Wed)

Daet Pineapple Festival

this festival is the unique pineapple its self , named the “Queen of Formosa” pineapple well known for its sweet flavour and is only produced in this region.

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Jun 17 (Sun)

Naliyagan Festival

A celebration of the Foundation anniversary of Agusan del Sur, a week-long socio-cultural and arts exposition of indigenous tribes in the entire Agusan valley and displaying their skills and gracefulness in dancing as part of their ritual activities.

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Jun 21 (Thu) - Jun 26 (Tue)

Payuhwan Festival Batanes

The Payuhwan Festival in Basco Batanes. This is the annual Foundation Anniversary of the province of Batanes. To show the unity of their people.The Payuhwan Festival is the biggest and a major celebration of the Batanez Region.

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Jun 22 (Fri) - Jun 29 (Fri)

Regada Festival

It has been a yearly tradition to celebrate the Cavite City Water Festival more popularly known as "REGADA" every June

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Jun 23 (Sat) - Jun 26 (Tue)

Aggao nac Cagayan

Ang Aggao ng Cagayan ay taunang pagdiriwang sa Cagayan tuwing ika-dalawampu’t tatlo hanggang dalawampu’t siyam ng Hunyo. Ito ay bilang paggunita sa anibersaryo ng pagkakatatag ng gobyerno sibil ng bayan noong ika-dalawampu’t siyam ng Hunyo taong 15

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Jun 23 (Sat) - Jun 24 (Sun)

Calumpit Libad Festival

A fluvial procession of well-decorated pagodas is held on the river every 23rd of June right before the annual town fiesta in honor of St. John the Baptist. Townfolks gaily sing, dance and frenzily douse water to "baptize" passers-by - prepare to get wet

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Jun 24 (Sun)

Taong Putik

The Taong Putik Festival is an annual feast held every June in Bibiclat, Nueva Ecija where devotees soak themselves in mud and cover their body with dried banana leaves to celebrate the Feast of Saint John the Baptist.

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Jun 24 (Sun) - Jun 25 (Mon)

Parada ng Lechon

The celebration is held annually on June 24, and the feast day of San Juan (Saint John the Baptist). Lechon is one of Batangas delicacy, and even in other provinces in the Philippines. It’s a main dish most batagueños have for celebrations or fiestas.

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Jun 24 (Sun) - Jun 25 (Mon)

Wattah Wattah Festival

San Juan City is the smallest city in the heart of Metro Manila. It is among the smallest political subdivisions. They celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist by throwing water to each other, and to the rest of the passer-bys going through their city

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Jun 26 (Tue) - Jun 27 (Wed)

Lami-lamihan Festival

Lami-lamihan is an annual festivity that showcases the rich culture of the Yakan tribe. It also honors the founder of Basilan, Pedro Javier Cuevas, also known as Datu Kalun. On this festival people are dressed in colorful costumes to participate in horse

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Jun 28 (Thu)

Kalilang sa Ranao

A celebration of the misty and majestic Lake Lanao, and the communities which depend on it.

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Jun 29 (Fri)

Pintados Festival

The Pintados Festival displays the rich cultural heritage, incorporating native music and dances, of the people of Leyte and Samar. The Leyte Kasadya-an Festival of Festivals, meanwhile, showcases the unique culture and colorful history of the Province o

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Jul 07 (Sat) - Jul 08 (Sun)

The Diwal Harvest Seafood Festival

The Diwal Harvest Seafood Festival is held every 2nd weekend of July. The Diwal is a rare bivalve found abundantly along the coastal waters of Roxas City and Capiz. Ten years ago it disappeared from the waters of the City and Province because of illegal

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Jul 12 (Thu) - Jul 13 (Fri)

T'nalak Festival

The province of Cotabato has always been a place that’s been avoided thanks to long years of conflict. It wasn’t until 1999 that the city had something to be proud of: the annual T’nalak Festival.

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Jul 19 (Thu) - Jul 30 (Mon)

Sandugo Festival

Sandugo Festival is a yearly historical event that takes place every year on the month of March, in the island of Bohol. This festival honors the celebration of a local Philippine leader Datu Sikatuna's blood compact and association or treaty of friendsh

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Jul 23 (Mon) - Aug 04 (Sat)

Sublian Festival

The Sublian festival, a two week long celebration which culminates every year on the 23rd of July, is rooted in the Batangueños devotion to the town’s patron: the Holy Cross in Bauan and Agoncillo, and the Sto. Niño in Batangas City.

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Jul 26 (Thu)

Sta. Anang Banak Taguig River Festival

A fluvial parade in honor of the town patroness, St. Anne. The thrills and excitement of the fishes are replayed year after year by the "pasubo" where fluvial parade participants in colorful boats and spectators by the riverbanks toss goodies of fruits a

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Jul 27 (Fri) - Jul 28 (Sat)

Water Lily Fest

The Lotus and Water Lily Festival is an annual event that celebrates global culture in the wild wetlands of Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. At this free family fun celebration, visitors enjoy cultural exhibitors, hands-on activities, lotus tea tasti

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Jul 31 (Tue)

Kahimoan Abayan Festival

Kahimoan Abayan Festival in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, the feast is held in honor of St. Anne (Santa Ana), known to protect the residents along the Agusan River from man-eating crocodiles. The celebration includes the holding of a prayer on boats for

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Aug 17 (Fri) - Aug 27 (Mon)

Niyogyugan festival

Niyogyugan Festival is celebrated every 12th to 19th of August located in Lucena City, Quezon. Niyogyugan is a portmanteau derived from the word niyog (coconut) and yugyog (to move to a beat). The highlights of festival was giving thanks for the blessing

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Aug 17 (Fri) - Feb 18 (Sun)

Kadayawan Festival

Its name derives from the friendly greeting "Madayaw", from the Dabawenyo word "dayaw", meaning good, valuable, superior or beautiful. The festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of h

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Aug 21 (Tue)

Ninoy Aquino Day

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Aug 26 (Sun) - Sep 01 (Sat)

Kalivungan Festival

Kalivungan Festival will once again showcase Cotabato's diverse cultures, traditions and way of life. There will be activities such cultural presentations, ethnic dances, rituals, music, native games and display of native and agricultural products from t

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Aug 27 (Mon)

National Heroes Day holiday

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Aug 27 (Mon) - Sep 02 (Sun)

Bugwas Festival

The Bugwas festival is held every august in san juan, siquijor province. The festival is held on the last week of August every year. The Bugwas festival is San Juan's way of celebrating a bountiful and abundant harvest in honor of their patron saint, St.

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Aug 27 (Mon) - Aug 28 (Tue)

Buyogan Festival

Buyogan is a cultural feast that is celebrated annually in the month of August. The word “buyog” refers to a bee in which the town of Abuyog, Leyte got its name. Abuyog is the home of the famous Buyogan Festival that brings pride to the Leyteños for

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Aug 28 (Tue)

Higalaay Festival (Kagay-an Festival)

the City of Cagayan de Oro transforms into an interesting broadway of festivity filled with series of entertainments, lively and exciting events both civic and cultural, social and traditional, integrated together to form into core events as official act

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Sep 01 (Sat) - Sep 21 (Fri)

Talakudong Festival

Talakudong comes from an Ilonggo word “kudong” which means a “headcovering” worn by the early settlers of Sultan Kudarat. One of the highlights of the Talakudong Festival is the streetdancing where contingents showcase the Kudongs that are used p

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Sep 01 (Sat) - Sep 06 (Thu)

Tuna Festival

Tuna Festival is an incredible part of General Santos City. The city’s other moniker is ‘Philippines’ Tuna Capital’, thanks to the abundance of tuna fish.

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Sep 07 (Fri) - Sep 08 (Sat)

Padul-ong - Borongan Festival

The festival commemorates the day they received the image. It depicts a mythical presentation on how the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary was inexplicably transported to Borongan City all the way from Portugal.

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Sep 08 (Sat) - Sep 10 (Mon)

Panagdadapun Festival

Highlight of this annual celebration is the grand parade which was enjoined by different agencies found in the province together with the convergence of all tribes thru street dancing portraying the different culture and history of the province

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Sep 09 (Sun) - Sep 09 (Sat)

Bonok-Bonok Maradjao Karadjao Festival

It is a day-long colorful festival marking the Surigao City’s annual fiesta celebration which is celebrated in honor of the city's patron, San Nicolas de Tolentino. The main feature is the "Bonok-Bonok", an ethnic Mamanua (IPES) dance performed by the

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Sep 11 (Tue) - Sep 17 (Mon)

Megayon Festival

Megayon Festival celebrates the unity among the three early settlers of the province who contributed to the founding of Zamboanga del Sur Province: the Subanons (or Subanen), the Muslims and local settlers. “Megayon” is a Subanen word which means “

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Sep 25 (Tue)

Seaweed Festival

Agal-agal festival (Seaweed Festival) is a grand celebration that is made every year to tribute seaweed and seaweed powder production due to its significance to the livelihood of the people and the economy of the Province

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Sep 28 (Fri)

Angot Festival

Angot Festival is annually performed on 28th day of September during the town Fiesta in honor of St. Michael the Archangel, the Patron Saint of Prosperidad. The festival is characterized by a ritual called “Bat-ad”. The ritual is usually performed by

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Sep 29 (Sat)

Dalit Festival

Dalit Festival is Tangubanon's simple way of saying "Mabuhay and Welcome to Tangub" as they celebrate the feast of Saint Michael, the Archangel every September 29th at Tangub City, Misamis Occidental. Dalit means "offering," that shows the extraordinary

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Oct 01 (Mon) - Oct 22 (Mon)

Masskara Festival

The MassKara Festival (Hiligaynon: Pista sang MassKara, Filipino: Fiesta ng MassKara) is an annual festival with highlights held every fourth Sunday of October[1] in Bacolod, Philippines.

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Oct 07 (Sun) - Oct 21 (Sun)

Buglasan Festival

Buglasan Festival is also known as “The Festivals of Festivals” here in Negros Oriental. It is considered as the grandest celebration that occurs annually to celebrate camaraderie and peace among one another’s town and municipality. Buglasan Festiv

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Oct 12 (Fri) - Nov 12 (Mon)

Hermosa Festival

All roads in Mindanao lead to Zamboanga, as the "City of Flowers" celebrates its grand, annual Hermosa Festival. The vintas, those colorful native sea boats, once again make their appearance in a fast-paced, race-till-you-drop regatta. There's also a wea

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Oct 17 (Wed) - Oct 25 (Thu)

Kasanggayahan Festival

Every October of each year, the Kasanggayahan Festival is celebrated in Sorsogon in commemoration of its foundation as a Province. It is a province-wide festival, with the center of activities in Sorsogon City.

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Oct 24 (Wed) - Oct 26 (Fri)

Catanduangan Festival

The Catandungan Festival was celebrated every October to commemorate the foundation anniversary of Catanduanes as a province independent from Albay. Among the featured special events were a surfing competition, the pantomina street dance, a beauty pagean

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