Local Philippines Events
September 8
Every 8th day of September | Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines   Highlighted by remarkable events namely Repazzo de Vigan, Historia Oral, Visita Museo ken Balbalay, Putajes de Ayer, Fotografias de Recuerdos, Gameng Exhibit and Cultural Show.  Source:Exploreilocos.com

September 8
September 8-10 | Ajuy, Iloilo. The Tambobo Festival centers on the local ware in Ajuy where people store their goods for safekeeping and storage purposes.  The festival is a thanksgiving for the town's human, material, and natural wealth. Highlighted in the festival are cultural performances. As with other town the festival is welcomed with a lavish feast in gratitude for the crops and blessings received by the community. Read more about Tambobo Festival.

September 09 / Surigao City, Surigao del Norte (2 hours 10 minutes from Manila by air)The Surigaonons go back to their roots as they celebrate their heritage with a local, rowdy street dancing parade. Source:travelmart   

September 9 | San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines.  The Parada ng Kakanin celebrates the foundation day of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu. Kakanin refers to the food delicacies of a region. After the parade, people partake of the delicacies for free. Source:VisitMyPhilippines.com

September 9
September 9 | Marikina River Park, Metro Manila, Philippines.  This is a celebration of the ingenuity and craftsmanship of our own SAPATEROs. It gives due importance to their hardship and the local shoe industry itself. Source:Wowphilippines.ca

September 10
September 10 |Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines.  It is celebrated every September 10 annually in thanksgiving for their patron “Impong Kulas” de Tolentino. The festival is similar to Ati-Atihan in Aklan and Sinulog in Cebu City. Source:1stPhilippines.com  

September 10
September 10 |  Cabatuan, Iloilo The Tinuom Festival portrays the movements of the chickens through dance steps. The participants wear costumes primarily made of feathers of chickens and parts of the banana. The storyline presented during the performance revolves around occasions during which the tinuom may be served. The dance steps simulating the movements of chickens, the costumes made of feathers and banana parts and the storyline focusing on tinuom will make the Tinuom Festival distinct from the cultural festivals in the country. "Tinuom" is a native delicacy of Cabatuan, Iloilo. The delicacy is prepared by wrapping in banana leaves the mixture of ingredients such as chopped parts of native chicken, tomatoes, onions, water and lemon grass. The mixture wrapped in banana leaves tied at the tip is then steamed for several minutes until the chicken meat becomes tender. Source:Cabatuan Official Website       

September 10 | Naujan, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines  Dabalistihit Festival featurizes different fresh water species found in Naujan Lake thru props and costumes in a street dance. DaBaLisTiHit is an acronym meaning DA for dalag; BA for banak ; LIS for banglis ; TI for tilapia; and HIT for hito. For the constituents of Naujan, DaBaLISTiHit will also personify their struggle of recognizing of the importance of Naujan Lake. This will also dramatize the dignity of the fisherfolks and their role in the economic development of the municipality. Source:Philippinefiestas.com

September 13
September 15 |Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines.  The popular Festival in the Province of Bulacan is the Singkaban Festival. Singkaban festival is a festival of arts and culture in honor of the patron saint of the province, Our Lady of Victory. Singkaban Festival showcases the traditional arts of "Balagtasan", folk dances and "kundiman" amidst a display of Singkaban arches. The festival is celebrated in every second week of September which is in conjunction with the "Linggo ng Bulakan".The hightlight of this year's Singkaban is the Kawayan Festival. The theme of the Festival is "Bagong Bulakenyo: maka-Diyos, makatao at makakalikasan, mapagmahal sa pamilya, tapat sa bayan, hinutok ng panahon tulad ng Kawayan". The bamboo is a metaphor for the "Bagong Bulakenyo".Source:eTravel Pilipinas 

September 14
September 14 | Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines Celebrated on the third week of September in conformity with the Tourism Month celebration of the Department of Tourism. This is marked with Tourism related activities such as Photo and Art Exhibit, Tourism Forum, Tourism Quiz Bee, Food Festival and On the Spot Painting and Poster Making Contests. Source:Antipolo.gov.ph