- AprilMoriones Festival
- AprilCenturion Festival
- April 14 to 16Lami-Lamihan Festival
- April 27Kadaugan sa Mactan
- April 2 - May 6Bantayog Festival
- April 07 - 10Panaad
- April 9 - 13Rodeo Festival
- April 23 - 29Mananap Festival
- April 24Hugyaw Sa Kadagatan
- April 25, 2020Sakayan Festival
- April 27 - May 8Alinao Festival
- April 30 - May 8Isla Carahan Festival
This is marked by the presence of men wearing masks (“moriones”) and garbed in what passes off for Roman centurion costumes to dramatize the story of Longinus, the blind centurion whose sight was restored by the blood that spurted from the side where Longinus speared Christ. This is held during the Holy Week in Marinduque.
It recounts the Passion play and is performed on the city’s streets.
This is a seven-day feast in honor of our lady of sorrows highlighted by a procession and a dance (to the beat of a turumba song).
Began in 1983 by former mayor Wilfrido Furigay, the festival showcases the rich Yakan traditions. This is highlighted by a parade and a horse race.
This is mainly the re-enactment of the Battle of Mactan along the islands’ beach.
As the term suggests, Bantayog festival features the storied First Rizal Monument or ·unang Bantayog ni Dr. Jose Rizal” which is the centerpiece of the celebration. It is held in conjunction with the province foundation anniversary.
During the Holy Week, devotees journey to Camiguin island and hike around the 64 km circumferential road as form of sacrifice either in fulfilment of a vow or as penance of sins. Masses, Catholic rites and rituals, Stations of the Cross in the Old Vulcan hill are regular activities during this season.
Hold on to your horses, caballeros, its rodeo time in Masbate once again! Feel the excitement as our local cowboys pit their brains against bovine brawn in western style rodeo events like bull riding and steer wrestling, apart from our local games like the good old carabao race. So put on them boots and saddle up – its gonna be a rope-slingin’, dist- kickin’, cowpunchin’ affair.
One of the most awaited event in the province of Camarines Norte which promotes local culture and tourism in the municipality of San Vicente,
Thanksgiving for the bountiful harvest in line with the Municipality’s foundation day and fiesta which highlight a fluvial parade participated by different barangays in the area.
‘Sakayan’ is the local term for small boat with outrigger used for fishing. With fishing as the primary means of livelihood sakayan’ is symbol of the humble lifestyle of fisherfolks who rely on the generosity of the seas where they draw their sustenance from the sale of their daily marine harvest. The newest festival in the region, it is celebrated with dances accompanied by the rhythmic sounds of drums and kulintangan, a musical instrument of the Muslims.
A festival which aims to feature the customs, traditions and cultural arts of Malinaonons, the highlight of which is the Street Dancing Competition.
A celebration of the beauty and bountry of Caramoan Island, highlighting its industrv and cultural heritage.