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Cebu City Charter Day

Cebu City Charter Day celebrates the transformation of then municipality of Cebu to a chartered city in 1937 and it is held every February 24. Aside from its historic cityhood, the annual event also pays tribute to then Senator Vicente Rama who is called the Father of Cebu City Charter. Cebu City is the center […]

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Charter Day of the City of Talisay

Charter Day of the City of Talisay celebrates the conversion of Talisay from a municipality to a component city. It is observed every January 12 which is a special non-working holiday in Talisay City, Cebu, Philippines and the observance is in accordance to Republic Act No. 9778. The city also celebrates the patronal feast of […]

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Sarok Festival

Sarok Festival is the cultural festival and founding anniversary in the municipality of Consolacion, Cebu, Philippines every February 14. The founding date of the town falls on February 6, and it was declared a special non-working holiday among its residents in 2019 through Proclamation 658. Sarok Festival is one of the participating cultural festivals in […]

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Tagbo Festival

Tagbo Festival, also known as Panagbagat Festival, is a cultural and religious celebration in honor of Sto. Niño de Poro in the town of Poro, Cebu, Philippines every third Friday of January. It commemorates the fabled beginning of the town, which was established upon the unification of formerly feuding tribes. When the Christianization came through […]

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Mangga Festival

Mangga Festival is a fruit festival and yearly founding anniversary celebration in the village of Kalunasan in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines every May. History of Mangga Festival Mangga Festival was first mounted in 2012 within the term of barangay chief Nonilon Monares Jr., and it was conducted in the month of June. Its schedule changed […]

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Sinulog Festival

Sinulog Festival is a cultural, historical, and religious festival held in honor of the Sto. Niño de Cebu in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines every third Sunday of January. Officially named Sinulog-Santo Niño Festival, it is considered one of the grandest and largest festivals in the country that attract a crowd of over a million people […]