- 2nd week of JuneNaligayan Festival
- June 11 -12Pagdayao Festival
- June 12 - 20Araw ng Cotabato
- June 24Parada ng mga Lechon (Parade of Roast Pigs)
- June 24Hibok-Hibok Festival
- 3rd week of JuneDaet Pineapple Festival
- last week of JuneTacloban Festival
- last week of JunePiat Sambali Festival
- June 23Ormoc City’s Pina Festival Street Dance and Ritual Showdown
- June 1--6Saulog Festival
- June 5 - 13Kamalig Festival
- June 10Lechonan sa Baroy
- June 10 - 24Pinangat Festival
- June 11 - 12Ginubat Festival
- June 15 - 24Pinyasan Festival
- June 15 - 24Tabak Festival
- June 15 - 30Pulang-Angui Festival
- June 17 - 19Naro Festival
- June 23-24San Juan sa Hibok-Hibok Festival
- Last week of JunePili Festival
- June 28 - July 2Sagayan Festival
This is a province-wide festivity which coincides with Agusan del Sur’s Foundation Anniversary in June 17. Incepted in 1993 during the incumbency of the late Gov. Democrito O. Plaza, the festival is a recognition of the Manobo people’s loyalty to their tribal leader, Datu Lipus Makapandong.
Literally meaning “the chosen one” the weeklong celebration showcases the indigenous people’s culture through music and dance, native products, ethnic games, and a host of sporting tournaments and special events.
The festival depicts the Agusanon culture and heritage. Natives from far-flung places of the province usually come down and display skills through tribal dances and rituals. A trade fair displaying the province’s cottage industries also takes place in Naliyagan Cultural Center Grounds at the Gov. D. O. Plaza Government Center, Prosperidad.
This is a two-day affair, which serves as a thanksgiving feast in honor of the Lord.
The city of Cotabato in Mindanao celebrates its founding with special events as the layang-layang or giant kite festival, fluvial parades, banca race and sports competition.
Crisp, golden-brown roast pigs are paraded through the streets. As soon as the best decorated roasted pig is announced, the eating commences.
The event is held in honor of St. John the Baptist and is marked with fluvial processions, parades and water sports.
This is a festival showcasing the famous and sweetest of all pineapples- the Formosa variety- abundantly growing in Daet. The week-long celebration features sports events, talent and skills competition, an investment forum, cultural shows and concerts, a food fair, an agro-industrial and trade fair, search for Bicolandia Queen, and street dancing contests.
The festival consists of three major activities: (1) Subiran Regatta – a sailboat race held at the eastern entrance of San Juanico Strait, (2) Balyuan – a pageant reenacting the historic exchange of images between Basey, Samar and Tacloban City, and (3) Pintados Festival where participants paint their bodies and dance to the rhythm of bamboo sticks.
In Piat, Cagayan, the colorful celebration is highlighted by street dancing, cultural shows and a beauty pageant. This festival commemorates the Christianization of the Ytawes region of Cagayan.
A Colorful and lively street dancing festival that pays homage to the city’s Patron Saints and the Queen Pineapple – deemed one of the sweetest in the world and a symbol for Ormoc. Competing school contingents with hundreds of participants will be judged int he streets packed with their student peers cheering them on. Major cash prizes are awarded to winners as well as the chosen festival queen.
A weeklong celebration of the 62th founding anniversary the Province of Zamboanga del Norte dubbed as Saulog Festival”. “Saulog” means thanksgiving to the Almighty for the abundant flow of blessings bestowed to the people of each municipality and the province as a whole.
It features a two-day Agri Tourism Investment Forum and Trade Fair, live musical band concerts, cultural presentation, Mutya ng Zamboanga del Norte, Cultural Performing Arts Competition, Nightly Cultural Shows from different agencies, fireworks display and other activities.
An annual celebration of the foundation day and town fiesta of the Municipality of Camaligan, the highlight of which is the Kamalig Street Dance Competition
A celebration of bounty of agricultural products with a grand parade of Lechon” – (roasted pig) in the town plaza ornamented with various farm products to showcase the areas rich harvest.
The town of Camalig is famous for Bicolanos culinary specialty – the laing or pinangat, hence, the celebration of the festival which also showcases the municipality’s rich cultural heritage. It is also held in conjunction with its town fiesta.
A festival based on the roots of the town of which its name was derived. It features cultural street parade, exhibit, sail boat race, beauty pageant, fiesta celebration, etc.
A colorful festival showcasing the province’ primary agri-product, the sweetest “queen• pineapple called Formosa. Featured are float exhibition, street dancing presentation, agro- industrial fair, talent/skills beauty competition and many more interesting activities.
An annual commemoration of the City’s Founding Anniversary and the Feast of Saint John the Baptist, the City’s Patron Saint. It comprises various activities geared towards the preservation of Tabaco City’s rich cultural heritage. The Festival’s highlight is the Tabak Festival Street dancing.
The festival was derived from its town’s legend “Pulang-Angui”, a vibrant captivating woman who love to wear red-colored dresses. It celebrates, and depicts the town’s rich and unique socio-cultural talents and qualities of its people, verdant ewco-tourism assests and distinct trade and delicacies of the place.
Commemorating the Dimasalang town’s founding anniversary, the festival’s highlight is the Street Dancing and showdown competition that will showcase the dance festival of every barangay in the municipality.
Held annually every June 24 to honor St. John the Baptist with fluvial procession, parade and water sports.
The festival showcases Pili – an indigenous crop of the Bicol region, particularly abundant in Sorsogon. The festival aims to emphasize its importance, and heightens awareness of the pili’s various economic uses.
A major event every July in the province of Lanao del Norte. A war dance of Maranao depicted in dramatic fashion steps of their hero, Prince Bantugan, took upon wearing his armaments, the war he fought in and his subsequent victory afterwards. Warriors would carry shield with shell noisemakers in one hand and double-bladed sword in the other attempting rolling movements to defend their master.