- Month-longKamundagan Festival
- December 1- 8Subayan Keg Subanon
- Month-longPaskuhan sa Barangay
- Month-longSan Fernando Giant Lantern Festival
- December 1 to 9Pasko sa Tanjay Festival
- December 5-8Fiesta de Agoo
- December 5-8Sinadya
- 2nd weekHanging of the Green
- December 8Feast of the Immaculate Concepcion
- December 8Pagdiwata
- December 8Dad-Iw Day-eng Chants
- December 10 to January 6Karisyohan Han Pasko Ha Palo
- December 14Philippine International Lantern Parade
- December 16Christmas Among the Tribes
- 3rd weekSimballay Festival
- December 15-19Shariff Kabunsuan
- December 18Pastores Bikol
- December 24Maytinis Festival
- December 29Salubong
- December 1 - January 6Christmas Symbols
- December 2Kahumayan Festival
This features “Kiti-Kiti,” “Pastoras,” Bikol Song Festival, and other cultural events.
This involves a trade fair, a street theater performance, and songs and dances depicting the rich Subanon cultural heritage.
This is higlighted by nightly cultural presentations from the different universities in Cebu City.
This is a lantern showcase where lanterns measuring 14 to 18 feet in diameter delight spectators with their kaleidoscope patterns
This is a month-long Christmas festivity featuring cultural presentations and contests..
This features a Lantern festival, the coronation of Miss Agoo, the awarding of Bannuar ti and Dakilang Datu Awards.
This features a fireworks display, a grand parade, a food festival, and the Capiz dance festival.
Children join in the “hanging of the green” signifying the start of the Christmas season.
This is a grand celebration in honor of the city’s patroness and is highlighted by a parade of several images of Virgin Mary.
This is the Tagbanuas’ feast of thanksgiving for a bountiful rice harvest along with food offerings to deities and departed kin. The rite involves men and partaking of rice wine with the spirits. After the harvest, the Tagbanuas gather in the house of the babaylan or the priestess whom the spirits speak to.
This features the Ibaloi, Kankana-ey tribal songs and dance presentations.
This features a Misa de gallo, a cultura show and a Christmas eve choral concert at Palo Cathedral.
This is a grand colorful parade featuring lanterns from different countries along with local bands, indigenous groups, vintage cars, and calesas.
This involves house visitations for Christmas gifts undertaken by the indigenous groups in Quirino.
This is a week-long festival highlighted by Mansaka dances, neo-ethnic shows, street dancing and a grand parade.
This is a celebration to commemorate the arrival of Shariff Kabunsuan and Islam to Mindanao.
This involves boys and girls in costumes playing the roles of shepherds who rejoice at the birth of Jesus.
This is a town-wide re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for a room on the eve of Christ’s birth.
This is procession of dancing women, horses and calesas to fetch the Santiago Maria Moros from Barangay Sipet.
A beautiful Christmas Display in Tangub City, the Christmas Symbols Capital of the Philippines is a holiday tradition inspired by love, value for arts and culture exemplified by the illustrious people of the city through this annual event.
How would you like to travel the world while enjoying the holiday season’s lights and colors? At this laid-back city in Northern Mindanao “Tangub City”, you get a passport to be filled with country stamps when you visit famous landmarks adorned with Christmas lights and colors.
A tribute to the hardworking, industrious, rice farmers who contributed to the development and prosperity of the municipality. “Humay” is a Visaya word for rice that is abundant in the area (white rice/black rice).