- last Sunday of August to first week of SeptemberAurora Festival
- September 1-29Hin-ay Festival
- September 1-30Bicol Food Festival
- September 1-8Sarakiki Festival
- 3rd weekT’boli Tribal Festival
- September 28-29Djanggo Festival
- September 29Banigan-Kawayan Festival
- September 30Linapit Food Sharing Festival
- September 7 - 9Busig-On Festival
- September 13Traslacion (Penafrancia Festival)
- 3rd Sunday of September (Sept. 21)Peñafrancia Fiesta Festival
- September 21Dalit Festival
- September 26- October 07Dahunog sa Dipolog
- September 27-30Megayon Festival
- September 27Diyandi Festival sa Iligan
- September 28Lapay Bantigue Dance Festival
The festival features evening novenas participated in by more than 40 clans, which culminate in a nocturnal fluvial procession at the Tanjay River.
This features a cultural show, trade fair, and a street dance depicting the archangels’ victory over the “Black” Angels.
This is a festival of Bicol cuisine: pinangat and laing, bicol Express, inolokan or tilmak, pecadillo and cocido.
The festival features street dancers dressed as cocks swaying to the beat of ancient Samareño instruments.
This is a gathering of the major ethnolinguistic groups in the province together with representatives from Davao.
This commemorates centuries-old religious and cultural tradition based on the life of St. Michael.
This celebrates the banig and the kawayan crafts industry flourishing in Basey.
This is a festival with a delightful pre-planting feast at its core where natives share their food with everyone.
A festival based on the epic Busig_on of Labo town, which exemplifies heroism and Bicolano values. The festival features the town’s distinct historical values and sentiments through talent and skills competitions featuring the town’s places of interest.
Traslacion is the transfer of the Image of INA from the Basilica to Naga Cathedral, carried by hundreds of male devotees. It marks the start of festivity and the 9-day Novena Mass in honor of the Feast of the Our Lady of Penafrancia, Patroness of the Bicol Region.
A religious festival honoring the feast day of Our Lady of Penafrancia, Patroness of the Bicol Region. Main highlight is the fluvial procession along the Naga River.
A thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest is expressed through a tableau presentation, a dancing parade and competition and a fashion show. Miss Tangub is also held during this time and other cultural activities.
“Dahunog” is one of the most ceLebrated festivals in Dipolog where marching bands converge for a parade and compete by showcasing talents to produce the most thunderous, lively and entertaining musical revelry.’ Dahunog [da.ht.i.nug.}is a Cebuano word which means rumbling sound. During the event the city streets resonate with the sounds played by the bands specially the drums, thus the name of the festival.
It is a weeklong celebration of the solidarity of the various cultural groups held every September on the occasion of the province’s founding day. The Philippines in known for its colorful and lively festivals (the fiestas) which derive their forms from the unique and diverse culture of different people groups populating the archipelago. One of these festivals is the Megayon Festival of Zamboanga del Sur. Spearheaded by the Provincial government, it features and highlights trade and travel products, culture and traditions of different municipalities including their local festivals.
Fiesta in honor of St. Michael the Archangel. Festivities include Miss Iligan, Street dancing and Tableu Competition, Ceremonial dance offering of the union of the Maranao men and Higa-onon women in marriage as well as the offering of their union and harvest to the patron saint.
It is a local dance art festival that originated from the graceful movements of hovering birds known as seagulls or the LAPAY, found abundant in Barangay Bantigue, Masbate. Flocks of lapay seagulls created a marvelous scenery and inspired the old folks to come up with a local folk dance, that since then has exited and has become an important aspect of the local culture of the people of Brgy. Banitgue and the entire Masbate.