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List of festivals in the Philippines

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List of festivals in the Philippines

This is a partial list of festivals in the Philippines, known as fiestas.

Cultural Festivals

The many communities of predominantly Catholic Philippines almost all have a patron saint assigned to each of them.

Indigenous Influence/Non-Religious Festival

Film Festival

Flower Festival

Religious Festival

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

  • November 2 Tumba Festival (Candle Festival) San Luis, Batangas
  • Higantes Festival 5-23 Angono, Rizal
  • Christ The King Parish "Church in the Sky" Every 4th Sunday of the Month of November
  • Crown Festival every third week of November, Muzon, Taytay, Rizal
  • SumBingTik (Suman, Bibingka, Latik) Festival - 30 November, Cainta, Rizal
  • Festival of Lights - 1 November, Sagada, Mountain Province

December

Other Festival

External links

  • Philippine Festivals and Events
  • Philippine Festival Directory
  • Official Philippine Tourism Website
  • Choose Phils
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