- Held every third Sunday of FebruaryParaw Regatta
- February 10 to 16Taytay Hamaka Festival
- February 20 - 27International Bamboo Organ Festival
- FebruaryBaguio Flower Festival
- February 14Ollalion Festival
- February 19Babaylanes Festival
- February 20 to 27Kalilangan Festival
- February 27 - March 07Mahaguyog Festival
- FebruarySeafoods Festival
- February 1-28National Arts Month: Bikol Arts Festival (NAM:BAF)
- February 1-28,Cagsawa Festival
- February 9Patunob Festival
- February 11Tinagba Festival
- February 15Karanowan Fish-Tival
- February 18-25Sibug-Sibug Festival and Founding Anniversary of Zamboanga Sibugay Province
- February 18-19Sunggod Ta KaManga
- February 27 - CANCELLEDNangkaan Festival
- February 29 - CANCELLEDFestival of Lights Tangub City Charter Day
This festivity features racing events between local outriggers in the strait between Iloilo City and Guimaras Island.
This is a seven-day event showcasing the artistry, craftsmanship and various talents of the people of Taytay.
This is a ten-day series of cultural events with a focus on the unique bamboo-made organ, made by Fray Diego de la Cera, and found only in Las Piñas.
This is a relatively “new” event in the country’s summer capital. Similar to the Rose Bowl Parade of the U.S., this festival is highlighted by a parade of floats made entirely of fresh blossoms from local horticulturists.
The festival celebrates the Kalinga culture through its sports, crafts, and indigenous food.
This highlights the culture of the first settlers of Bago City before the Spanish colonizers arrived. As defined by Negros historians, the babaylan is a doctor, herbalist, artist, adviser, herbalist, seer, diviner and agriculturist.
This features cultural shows, a civic/military, agro-industrial fair, sports competition, and a beauty pageant.
A week – long celebration of the MAHAGUYOG Festival, characterized by street parades, pageantry, and a lot of merry – making. It is an annual festival every Saturday of February as a prelude to the feast day of St. Thomas of Aquinas, the town’s Patron Saint, as a gesture of gratitude and a way of thanksgiving of the farmers for the bountiful harvest of crops they reap the whole-year-round. It also supports the One-Town, One-Product (OTOP) program of the National Government that promotes livelihood and entrepreneurship through agri-tourism.
Kagang is a crab specie common to seven (7) coastal barangays of Dapitan comprising Taguillon, Banbanan, Carang & Baylimango. Kagang Festival started way back February 2014 and is celebrated annually since then. The festival features the traditional way of cooking kagang which will be offered for visitor experience. The event was organized to revive the waning interest and preserve authentic and traditional flavorful dishes where kagang is the main ingredient.
A month long festival showcasing the region’s arts and culture, crafts and agro-industrial products of the different provinces and cities of the region. It coincides with the celebration of the National Arts Month. Various activities are lined up which include Festival parade, Essay Writing and Poster Making Contest. Laro ng Lahi, Fashion Show, etc.
The festival commemorates the 1814 catastrophic eruption of Mayon Volcano which buried the Cagsawa church and hundreds of people. To date, the Cagsawa Ruins Park which is one of the popular atractions in Bicol became the center of activities of the week-Iona festivitv.
A popular religious festival where devotees flock to the shrine of Birhen sa Lourdes to light candles to renew their vows and ask for petitions and blessings. Part of the festival are procession, parade, cultural show, and trade fair.
Patunob sa Birhen sa Lourdes is a ritual of healing officiated by women healer devotees of Binuangan. To add, Patunob is a Visayan word for “to be stepped on”. It is a rite where the image of the Blessed Virgin is lightly placed on the person’s shoulders & head.
A tradition of the first harvest offering coinciding with the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. Derived from the early rituals of the ancient Bicolanos offering their harvest to their own gods as a form of thanksgiving and to seek favor for a more bountiful harvest throughout the vear.
In appreciation of the beautiful God- given nature, the Karonawan Fish-Tival is a celebration of the beauty and bounty of Bato in order to inject and instill the importance of preserving and conserving the these natural resources as major sources of food and as potential tourist attractions.
A weeklong celebration of Sibugaynon (people of Zamboanga Sibugay) is a commemoration of its founding day as a Province. Sibug – Sibug Festival is celebrated
every February with its highlight fixed on February 26. During the event, the streets are
decked with colorful buntings and filled with throng of onlookers waiting for the colorful
street dancing depicting wedding and healing rituals, way of life of indigenous people groups, and themes to communicate advocacies.
Sunggod Ta Kamanga” is a celebration of Manobo culture. It is a tradition of lumads in preparation of farm activities and farm implements. Live chicken and pig are sacrificed. Their blood spread on farm tools and asking the “Mambabaya’ (GOD) for the safety and for the abundant harvest through rituals.
A series of activities highlighted by the street dancing and tableau competition, Paratuan Ritual (installation of New Ethnic Leader), Padtungan ta Kasal Ritual ( A tribal Wedding Ceremony). Tribal people from the Manobo Pulangihon and Manobo Matigsalog of the rich and progressive first-class Municipality of Quezon in the province of Bukidnon were joined by the convergence of over a thousand visitors, spectators, and tourists.
Celebration of Lanao’s abundance in the Municipality of Maigo through street dancing competition with aqua and agro fair. The search for Ms. Maigo and fashion show using langka is the highlight for promotion of the area.
A spectacular show of dancing lights is showcased through mass performances of elementary and high school students. Float and arch contests are also held during this time which is participated both by the government and the private sector.