June Festivals

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JUNE

Festival name

Date and Location

SAKAY-SAKAY ABAYAN (FLUVIAL PROCESSION)
A procession at sea led by the Patron Saint of Bilang-Bilang, Virgen dela Paz y Buen Viaje, the patroness of good voyage aboard a beautifully adorned vessel

June | Brgy. Taft, Surigao City

BIRAYS FESTIVAL
Fluvial parade in honor of the Virgin Mary, participated in by 6 barangays of Belison.

June 1 | Belison, Antique

BILANG-BILANG ABAYAN FESTIVAL
A showcase of religious heritage of the Surigaonons in honor of St. Virgen de la Paz Y de Buen Viaje.

June 01 | Balangay Taft, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte

PILI FESTIVAL
Pili is an indigenous crop of Bicol region, particularly Sorsogon. This festival showcases the PIli, the primary purpose of which is to emphasize its importance and to increase the awareness of the public on its various economic uses.

June 1-30 | Sorsogon, Sorsogon

CEBU BUSINESS MONTH’S ARTS AND CULTURE
Often referred to as the second biggest festival in Cebu next only to the Sinulog, the annual Cebu Business Month showcases a series of exhibits, trade fairs, sporting events, conferences, fellowships and cultural presentations spread out over approximately six weeks of fun, frenzy and frolic.

June 1- June 30 | Cebu

RIZAL ARTIST FESTIVAL
The festival aims to create awareness and appreciation of Philippine Art and Culture; and promoting arts and culture as vital attraction for local and foreign tourist. Rizal has the potential of becoming a tourist destination particularly in the field of arts and crafts. It is known as the home of various national artists, musicians and other equally creative artist

June 1- June 30 | Angono, Rizal

LINGGO NG ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE AND AND HUDYAKA FESTIVAL
A week’s celebration featuring agro-industrial fairs, sports, beauty pageants, concerts, cultural shows and street dancing.

June 1- June 6 | Dipolog City

SAKAY-SAKAY ABAYAN (FLUVIAL PROCESSION)
A procession at sea led by the Patron Saint of Bilang-Bilang, Virgen dela Paz Y Buen Viaje, the patroness of good voyage aboard a beautifully adorned vessel followed by colourful motor launches and bancas passing through the Surigao Strait and back to the City wharf.

June 1 | Barangay Taft, Surigao City

PHILIPPINE EAGLE WEEK
Various activities in support of the Philippine Eagle Conservation Program.

June 4- June 10 | Davao City

CARRERA HABAGAT
The toughest four-day adventure race and the biggest in the Philippines. It involves trekking and trail running, kayaking, mountain biking, swimming, rappelling, orienteering, land navigation and special skills section.

June 8- June 12 | Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte

VIRAY FESTIVAL
The local government of Sta. Ana promotes the Viray, a local boat’s name, considered as part of the history of the town whose main source of livehood is fishing and eco-tourism.

June 8 | Sta. Ana, Cagayan

MANOGLAYA FESTIVAL
A cultural-tourism festival composed of cultural performances, street dance, beauty search and exhibit complemented with “sugod-sugod sa plaza”, a nightly entertainment of music and other performances from leading local performers in the community.

June 9- June 12 | San Antonio, Northern Samar

CAMOTES CASSAVA FESTIVAL
A yearly celebration of a bountiful harvest. A time where farmers display their various cassava-based products, share their varied technical experiences in producing and processing cassava products. Among the activities are the Best Booth Contest, Poster Making contest, Search for new cassava food products, cultural night and the search for Miss Camotes Tourism.

June 10- June 11 | Tudela, Camotes Island

PHILIPPINE GAME FISHING TOURNAMENT
A private sector led Game fishing tournament/s participated by the PGFF members in the country which is conducted yearly in the shores of Babuyan Channel.

June 10- June 12 | Sta. Ana Cagayan

CITY PINTAKASI
An annual Fiesta celebration in honor of St. Anthony of Padua. Various activities are lined up to drumbeat the affair.

June 11 | Iriga City

GINUBAT FESTIVAL
A festival based on the roots of the town of which its name was derived. It features the following activities: cultural street parade, exhibit, sail boat race, beauty pageant, fiesta celebration and the Balik Gubat which is the highlight of the festival.

June 11- June 12 | Gubat, Sorsogon

CAGAYAN DE ORO ADVENTURE RACE
An annual adventure sports event featuring the many destinations of the city and nearby provinces.

June 11-17 | Cagayan de Oro

INDEPENDENCE DAY
A cultural presentation depicting the country’s path towards independence.

June 12 | San Carlos City, Negros Occidental

SILAY CHARTER ANNIVERSARY
It is highlighted by a flag raising ceremony and charter day program; multi-sectoral parade .

June 12 | Silay City

ARAW NG AGUSAN DEL NORTE
Anniversary of Agusan Del Norte. It is highlighted with civic parade, sports fest, and agro-industrial fair.

June 12- June 17 | Agusan del Norte

INDEPENDENCE DAY
Re-enactment of the historic proclamation of the Philippine Independence is done at the mansion of Gen Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippine Republic.

June 12 | Cavite, Manila, and other historical site, (nationwide)

KANSILAY FESTIVAL
The festival focuses on Kansilay street dance

June 12 | Silay City

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
A flag raising ceremony and program in honor of our local unsung heroes.

June 12 | Cadiz City, Negros Occidental

ARAW NG COTABATO
Charter Anniversary of Cotabato City. Events slated are: Drum and Bugle Corps competition, sports competition, civic-military parade, selection of Mutya ng Kutabato, cultural activities and street dancing parade contest.

June 12-20 | Cotabato City

LA TRINIDAD FOUNDATION DAY
General cleaning and tree planting acitivity along with cultural
shows and sports fest.

June 12- June 16 | La Trinidad, Benguet

INDEPENDENCE DAY (BAGUIO CITY)
A parade along the city’s main road celebrating the 107th Independence from foreign control.

June 12 | Baguio City

PANARAP FESTIVAL
Harvest and tribe competition.

June 12 | Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo

AGDAHANAY FESTIVAL
A cultural and fiesta celebration.

June 13 | Cuartero, Capiz

TOBOSO ANNUAL FIESTA
Annual Fiesta

June 13 | Toboso, Negros Occidental

BATTLE OF BESANG PASS
Commemoration of the historical victory of the Filipino guerillas in Northern Luzon which led to the surrender of Gen. Yamashita and the end of the Japanese occupation in the Philippines.

June 14 | Cervantes, Ilocos Sur

VICTORY AT BACSIL RIDGE
Celebration of the USAFIP NL liberation at Bacsil Ridge.

June 14 | San Fernando City

PUJADA BAY FESTIVAL
Launching of Festival showcasing the various attractions of the island as an eco-tourism destination.

June 14- June 16 | Pujada Bay, Mati, Davao Oriental

30K BAROTO MARATHON
An annual contest held during the celebration of Araw ng Agusan.

June 15 | Agusan del Norte

NALIYAGAN FESTIVAL
In celebration of the Foundation anniversary of Agusan del Sur. It is a six-day socio-cultural and arts exposition of the indigenous tribes in the entire Agusan Valley.

June 15- June 17 | Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur

PINEAPPLE/PINYASAN FESTIVAL
A festival featuring the sweet, succulent pineapple thru art exhibits, trade fairs, cultural performances and sports events.

June 15- June 24 | Camarines Norte

MALAY DAY
Celebration of the separation of Malay from Buruanga

June 15 | Malay, Aklan

BRIDAL EXPO: PERFECT BEGINNINGS YEAR 4
On its fourth year, THE BRIDAL EXPO will offer the latest and most innovative bridal concept in the history of wedding industry with more than 250 of the finest wedding suppliers promoting their expertise and services in its new home, the PICC FORUM, CCP Complex.

June 16-17 | PICC FORUM, CCP Complex, Pasay City

GOTAD AD IFUGAO PROVINCIAL GRAND FESTIVAL
Showcase of Ifugao province’s culture, products and industries.

June 16- June 18 | Lagawe, Ifugao

ADLAW SA ILIGAN
Held annually to celebrate the City Charter Day, featuring agro-fair, cultural activities and kite contest.

June 16 | Iligan City

BARAGATAN SA PALAWAN (FOUNDATION DAY)
A celebration of the centennial of the founding of the civil government of Palawan. Highlights are LGU Trade and Food Fair, colorful parade with participation from the different municipalities and private sectors featuring the ethnic groups residing in the province.

June 17- June 23 | Provincial Capitol Compound, Puerto Princesa City

KALIBO FOOD FESTIVAL SA KALYE
Join the folks of Kalibo in its mid-year tourism event.

June 18- June 24 | Kalibo, Aklan

PUJADA BAY FESTIVAL
Festival in honor of Pujada Bay tin advocacy for its preservation.

June 18 24 | Mati, Davao Oriental

SULAY-BASYA FESTIVAL
The festival was conceptualized to honor St. John the Baptist, the patron saint of the Municipality.

June 18-24 | Sara, Iloilo

PANDAYAN FESTIVAL
The festival showcases the ingenuity, craftsmanship, artistry, tradition and culture of the Badianganons

June 18 | Badiangan, Iloilo

RIZAL DAY
A program portraying the life and works of our national hero followed by a flower offering at the Rizal monument.

June 19 | San Carlos City, Negros Occident

PISTA Y ANG KAGUEBAN
A festive reforestation dine by practically all people from different walks of life with activities such as performance of the environmental artists of Puerto Princesa through songs dances.

June 19- June 26 | Puerto Princesa City, Palawan

RIZAL DAY
In memory of the birthday of the Philippine National Hero,
Jose P. Rizal, the townfolks of Calamba offer flowers to Rizal Shrine.

June 19 | Calamba, Laguna

PISTA NG KALIKASAN
A massive tree planting activity to help alleviate global warming.

June 19 | Provincewide, Palawan

REGADA
A weeklong festivity which features water, games band exhibitions, concerts, cultural presentation , parades, bike rally, fashion shows, art exhibit, and street dancing.

June 19-24 | Cavite City

ADLAW NAN SURIGAO
The provinces of Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur Simultaneously commemorate their charter anniversary.

June 19 | Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur

LINGGANAY FESTIVAL
Street Pageant depicting the legendary and mythical storiy of the bells.

June 19 | Alang-alang, Leyte

DAPITAN’S CHARTER
Festivity starts on the birth anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal and culminates on the city’s charter day. The celebration is highlighted by a sportsfest alongside cultural presentations.

June 19- June 22 | Dapitan City

OYANGE KAUGMAN FESTIVAL
A merrymaking held in conjunction with the town fiesta. The festival whose name was derived from a tree which is abundant in the area features various exciting events including street presentation, beauty pageant, trade fair, among others.

June 20- June 29 | Polangui, Albay

PAGADIAN CITY CHARTER DAY
Commemorates Pagadian City’s ascendancy into chartered This is marked annually with festivities like agro-trade fair, civic military parade, nightly program at Plaza Luz, sportsfest, search for Mutya ng Pagadian, clean-up drives, cultural and variety shows.

June 21 | Pagadian City

DIWATA FESTIVAL
A festival highlighted with street dancing in honor of their patron saint.

June 21 | San Francisco, Agusan del Sur

KALIGUAN FLUVIAL FESTIVAL
A yearly festivities in honor of St. John the Baptist highlighted by Search for Perlas ng Kaliguan beauty pageant, beach dancing and other beach-fun activities.

June 21 25 | Cagwait, Surigao del Sur

FEAST OF ST. MARY MAGDALENE
Annual patronal fiesta, in honor of Saint Mary Magdalene

June 22 | Hinigaran, Negros Occidental

CALUMPIT LIBAD FESTIVAL
The colorful event is celebrated on June 23, the day before the fiesta, when a fluvial procession in honor of the town”s patron saint, St. John the Baptist, is held on the Pampanga river

June 23 | Calumpit, Bulacan

AGGAW NAK CAGAYAN (CAGAYAN FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY)
The 422nd anniversary of the founding of the civil government of Cagayan. Activities include lectures, exhibits, games, beauty pageant, agro-trade and tourism fair.

June 23- June 29 | Province of Cagayan

HIL-O-HANAY FESTIVAL
The Hil-o-hanay Festival is a merry-making depicting the Sigmahanon’s traditional way of life during the golden era characterized by a cycle of communal sharing and fraternity.

June 23- June 24 | Sigma, Capiz

FEAST OF SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA
The town of Pilia celebrates the feast of San Antonio de Padua through a procession, merry making and festive dining in most of the beautiful ancestral homes

June 24 | Pilia. Laguna

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST / LECHON FESTIVAL
Dressed in creative costumes and disguises, lechins are paraded around the town accompanied by gay chanting and buhusan a customary practice during the San Juan Bautista Feast.

June 24 | Mindoro Oriental

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST – PALAKA SUR
Annual fiesta of Brgy. Palaka Sur.

June 24 | Pulupandan, Negros Occidental

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
A regular celebration of the town”s patron saint, St. John the Baptist

June 24 | San Juan, Metro Manila

ARAW NG MAYNILA
A yearly celebration of Manila Day featuring various activities like the Manila Film Festival, Fireworks Display, etc.

June 24 | Manila City

TOURISM CONGRESS
To convene collaborative partners in a Tourism Congress to tackle priorities in implementing a 5-year master plan crafted by the Core Tourism Group using the McKinsey Framework. The forum aims to address the challenge: Catalyzing Tourism Growth through Multi-sectoral Initiatives and Coordinated Leadership.

June 24 | Cebu City

TAONG-PUTIK FESTIVAL
Taong- putik originated from a unique practice of the devotees of Saint John the Baptist in Bibiclat, Aliaga, Nueva Ecija.

June 24 | Aliaga, Nueva Ecija

PARADA NG LECHON
A grand parade of succulent roasted pigs.

June 24 | Balayan, Batangas

REGADA WATER FESTIVAL
In honor of Nuestra Señora de Porta Vaga, sprinklers are installed at the City’s streets so that revelers get a shower.

June 24 | Cavite City

ANI-ANIHAN SA TABUELAN
The town comes alive with merriment every June 24 as they celebrate the feast to their patron saint, St. John the Baptist.

June 24 | Tabuelan, Cebu

SULAY-BASYA FESTIVAL
The festival was conceptualized to honor St. John the Baptist, the patron saint of the municipality.

June 24 | Sara, Iloilo

SAN JUAN HIBOK-HIBOKAN
Boat races and other beach fun activities, participated by the different barangays/ NGOs/ LGUs.

June 24 | Catarman and Mambajao, Camiguin

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST – KALIBO
Celebration of the Feast of St. John the Baptist wherein people usually go to the beach for an excursion.

June 24 | Kalibo, Aklan

FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST – BAGO CITY
It was founded on June 24, 1575 falling on the Feast day of St. John the Baptist, the patron saints of the city.

June 24 | Bago City

KAYABA FESTIVAL – CROSS CHANNEL SWIM
cross channel swim to create awareness to preserve the Iloilo River .

June 25- June 30 | Guimaras-Iloilo

MUDPACK FESTIVAL
The festival is a symbolic celebration of man’s return to primitive time when he was closer to nature.

June 25- June 26 | Murcia, Negros Occidental

PAYUHWAN FESTIVAL: BATANES DAY
Anniversary celebration of the establishment of the civil government of Batanes highlighted by cultural activities and cultural demonstrations commemorating how the Ivatan have become a sturdy survivor of history, more united, more established and closer to the world through songs, dances and rituals.

June 26 | Province of Batanes

PALU-PALO FESTIVAL (GRAND CELEBRATION)
A cultural presentation of the different municipalities of Batanes, showcasing their ethnic group”s rugged yet storied existence.

June 26 | Basco, Batanes

TAEPHAG FESTIVAL
A common Manobo ritual used for opening a kaingin, rice planting, harvesting and other activities.

June 27 | Tagbina, Sutigao del Sur

SIRONG-SIRONG FESTIVAL
A fiesta celebration in honor of Saints Peter and Paul highlighted by ethnic mardigras contests, agro-industrial fair and public dancing.

June 28- June 29 | Cagdianao, Surigao del Norte

KALILANG SA RANAO
Celebrates the legendary Lake Lanao.

June 28 – July 05 | Marawi City, Lanao del Sur

SUBIRAN REGATTA
Annual race of native sailboats with outriggers displaying seamanship.

June 28 | Tacloban City, Leyte

PINTADOS KASADYAAN FESTIVAL
A body-painting festival in honor of the courageous “pintados” (warriour ancestors).

June 28- June 29 | Tacloban City, Leyte

APUNG IRU FLUVIAL FESTIVAL
The most awaited activitiy of this festival procession where the image of St. Peter is brought down from Capalangan to Calumpit River where a colorfully decorated mini pagoda awaits the image.

June 28- June 30 | Apalit, Pampanga

BALYUAN
Ceremonial exchange of images of the Holy Child between Leyte and Samar.

June 29 | Taclobay City, Leyte

HUDYAW FESTIVAL
This term is coined from three dynamically spirited expression of man’s grateful and happy manifestative character: hudyaha, doyeg, sayao (merrymaking, praising and dancing).

June 29 | Calatrava, Negros Occ.

PALAWOD FESTIVAL
Palawod is the fishermen’s daily toil, their means of livelihood, their life and pride.

June 29 | Bantayan, Bantayan Island, Cebu

BINIRAY FESTIVAL
A grand pagida show on the day of thanksgiving for the blessings from sea.

June 29 | Bulalacao, Mindoro Oriental

BAILES DE ARCOS
Performed during the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul by daughters of past participants with impeccable reputations as homage to the Virgen dela Rosa” for her kindness.

June 29 | Makati City

source:www.wowphilippines.com.ph

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