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Iniruban and Chicharon Festival

Iniruban and Chicharon Festival is a cultural and food festival in Camiling, Tarlac, Philippines every last week of October. It is the town’s celebration of food, as its name comes from rice cake called iniruban and deep-fried pork rinds called chicharon. The event is also an expression of gratitude for great harvest and quality meat […]

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Tarlac Founding Anniversary

Tarlac Founding Anniversary is celebrated in the province of Tarlac, Philipines every May 28. It commemorates the formation of Tarlac as an independent province in 1873. Every May 28th is also declared as Araw ng Lalawigang Tarlak (Province of Tarlac Day) by virtue of Proclamation 109 approved by President Joseph Ejercito Estrada on May 10, […]

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Tarlac City Charter Anniversary

Tarlac City Charter Day is celebrated in Tarlac City, Tarlac, Philippines every April 19. It is a cityhood anniversary celebration that remembers the enactment of Republic Act No. 8593 into law that converted its status from a municipality to a city in 1998. The date can be a special holiday through executive issuance (such as […]

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Kaisa Festival

Kaisa Festival is the cultural festival and religious fiesta in the city of Tarlac, Tarlac, Philippines every January 20. It is held as a celebration of the city’s culture and history and in honor of St. Sebastian, the patron saint of the city. History of Kaisa Festival The city of Tarlac used to hold the […]

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Ilang Ilang Festival

Ilang Ilang Festival, also spelled Ylang-Ylang Festival, is the yearly festival of the flower called ilang-ilang and founding anniversary in the municipality of Anao in the province of Tarlac, Philippines. It is held every March 16, which is declared as Araw ng Anao and a special non-working holiday in the town. It is the biggest […]

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KanLAHI Festival

KanLAHI Festival, officially Kanlungan ng Lahi Festival, is the annual cultural festival in the province of Tarlac, Philippines every first week of March. It was conceptualized to celebrate the diversity of its people and promote tourism. History of KanLAHI Festival KanLAHI Festival comes from the shortened form of kanlungan ng lahi, which translates to cradle […]