San Enrique, Iloilo
The flourishing sugar industry is central to this town’s celebration as the laborious cutting of sugar cane and the crude method of producing sugar are incorporated into a dance presentation.
RIMAT TI AMIANAN
San Fernando City, La Union
This festival showcases the artistry, creativity, and ingenuity of the Ilocanos and the Pangasinense through their products and crafts. Traditional songs and dances also depict their colorful culture.
December 1- 31
Kamundagan is a month-long celebration which features the kiri-kiti, pastoras, a beauty search, an agro-industrial fair, a civic parade, cultural shows and other colorful events.
December 3- December 12
If you like to party, then you certainly wouldn’t mind participating in street dancing for seven nights. Pagsanjan’s history and culture are celebrated through music and dance performed by its students.
San Juan, Batangas
LAMBAYOK, which is the acronym for lambanog, palayok and karagatan, is a celebration of the products which have been significant to the economic growth of San Juan. It also coincides with the town’s foundation day. Highlights include a street parade, a court dancing competition, an agri-tourism fair, and a beauty search.
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