Dapil Festival

Dapil Festival is a cultural festival in the municipality of Bangued, the capital of the province of Abra, Philippines every February. It is an annual event showcasing culture, tradition, and agriculture of the municipality, which is known for its sugarcane industry. Etymology Dapil Festival is derived from the panagdapil, which is a local word for […]


Unod Festival

Unod Festival is a cultural and agricultural festival in the municipality of Castilla, Sorsogon, Philippines every October 1 to 7. It is a celebration of thanksgiving, of bountiful harvest of root crops from the farms, and of the invaluable work of farmers. What is Unod Festival? The word unod pertains to root crops. Unod Festival […]

Nueva Ecija

Pagibang Damara Festival

Pagibang Damara Festival is a cultural, agricultural, and religious festival in the town of San Jose, Nueva Ecija, Philippines every second or third Sunday of April. It is a celebration of thanksgiving for an abundant harvest, and it is also held in time with feast day of St. Joseph, the city’s patron. Pagibang Damara Festival […]

Ilocos Sur

Viva Vigan Binatbatan Festival of the Arts

Viva Vigan Binatbatan Festival of the Arts, also called Viva Vigan Festival of the Arts, is a cultural and religious festival in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines every first week of May. It is a multi-faceted festival, presenting many aspects of culture and tradition including religious feast day (Feast of Apo Sto. Cristo Milagroso), traditional […]

Ilocos Sur

Tobacco Festival

Tobacco Festival is a festival of culture, history, agriculture, and cityhood in the city of Candon, Ilocos Sur, Philippines every March. Besides celebrating the tradition and identity of its people as well as the tobacco industry, the fest commemorates the Cry of Candon during the Philippine Revolution every March 25th and its transformation to a […]


Mahaguyog Festival

Mahaguyog Festival is an agricultural festival, foundation anniversary, and religious fiesta in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, Philippines that starts in the last week of February to March 7. Etymology Mahaguyog Festival is a combination of various agricultural produce. It is taken from mais (corn), halaman (plants), gulay (vegetables), and niyog (coconut). History of Mahaguyog Festival Mahaguyog […]


Utanon Festival

Utanon Festival celebrates the culture, food, and agriculture in Dalaguete, a southern town of Cebu, Philippines every February 10. Founded by Mayor Andrade H. Alcantara, considered the father of Utanon Festival, it is an annual thanksgiving for abundant harvest of agricultural produce that the town is known for. It is also organized in conjunction with […]


Peanut Festival

Peanut Festival coincides with the patronal feast in the town of Enrile, Cagayan, Philippines every August 5. Enrile is considered the Peanut of the country, and its celebration is siultaneous with the feast day of Our Lady of Snows. History of Peanut Festival Peanut Festival celebrates the farming and production of peanut, one of its […]


Timpupo Festival

Timpupo Festival, also called Timpupo Fruit Festival, is the annual fruit festival in and the founding anniversary celebration of Kidapawan City, Cotabato, Philippines every August 18. The city is regarded as the fruit basket of Central Mindanao and the City of Fruits. Additionally, the event remembers the establishment of then town of Kidapawan in 1947 […]


Mango-Bamboo Festival

Mango-Bamboo Festival is a cultural and fruit festival in San Carlos City, Pangasinan, Philippines every last Saturday of April. The fest is mounted as promotion to the city’s mangoes and bamboo products, a thanksgiving of multiple harvests, and a means for collective recognition of the invaluable work of farmers. It is participated by component barangays […]