Local Philippines Events
September 14
September 14 -18 | Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.  Bañamos is an annual festival that is truly unique to Los Baños. It showcases a shower of nature’s bounties and scientific discoveries. This is a kind of celebration that will appropriately trace the Los Baños’ history & explain its current standing as “the Science and Nature City. It features civic parade, street dancing, beauty pageant, the Los Baños Science Community open house and exhibits, Mt. Makiling eco-challenge, palarong pinoy, buco pie fest, sayawang bayan and other events. The War of Our Fathers, Los Baños Flower and Garden Show, UP Los Baños, Orchid and Garden Show are the other major events celebrated here in Los Baños.  Source:Caliraya Lake Festivals

September 15
September 15 - 21 | Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines  The Peñafrancia Festival is considered the biggest Marian celebration and one of this nation's premiere festivals, this is a month-long, city-wide, fun-filled, multi-cultural, family-oriented celebration as different events lined-up such as - the civic and military parades, a sports fest, exhibits, a regatta, cultural shows, a beauty pageant, and other colorful competitions - it's the biggest celebration and the greatest community benefit. It combines religion with culture and tradition, packing it all in a 9-day fiesta of biblical proportions.Source:LutongBahay.com

September 15
September 15 | Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines Celebrated September 15 of every year marked by a massive tree planting program and other related activities such as concerts and contests with themes like preservations of forests and conservation of the environment. Usually participated by the City Government employees, NGO's, Academe, Private and Public Schools, Barangays and People Organizations especially those concerned with the environment and forests preservations. Source:Antipolo.gov.ph

September 16
September 16 | Rapu-Rapu, Albay, Philippines.  A week-long festivity coinciding with the feast of Our Lady of Peñafrancia. The festival name was taken from a local word "layag" or sail boat which is a primitive means of transportation of the early people of Rapu-Rapu. It depicts the people''s journey of faith. Source:Wowphilippines.ca

September 16
September 16 | San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines.  September is the feast of the Lady of Caysasay, patroness of the Filipino-Chinese, whose image journeys annually from Batangas and is enshrined at the Ma-cho Temple. Source:Sanfernandocity.gov.ph

September 16
Every 16th day of September, a week long festival called Kabuhian is celebrated in the town of Ronda, Cebu.  This festival is in celebration of the town’s annual fiesta which features a myriad of activities.  Such activities include a trade fair, a livelihood forum and a street dancing competition participated by the different barangays. This competition aims to stimulate the sense of creativity of the town folks to create and perform a dance with movements that depicts various livelihood programs of the town.   Source:experiencephilippines

September 17
It is the charter day celebration of the province. It is a week-long celebration with activities that start every 17th day of September.It features parade, trade fairs, sports competition, cultural presentations and of course, a pageant for Miss Siquijor. Moreover, the Araw ng Siquijor is never without the Siquijodnon's traditional marriage ritual called the Solili Dances.Sources:experiencephilippines

September 18
September 18 | Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat  The Talakudong Festival is a cultural show done through street dancing. "Talakudong" is a Maguindanaon term for the Philippine traditional hat, otherwise called "salakot" by other ethnicities in the country. Participants during the festival perform different renditions of the Salakot Dance while dressed in colorful native costumes. The dances are accompanied by tribal percussions.  How to get to Talakudong FestivalTacurong can be reached via Cotabato City. Cotabato is accessible from Cebu or Manila by plane. Upon arriving in Cotabato, land transportation to Tacurong is readily available. If starting within the Mindanao area, there are buses and vans that travel directly to Tacurong.  Source: MEDCo The Daily HabitTravelmart.net

 September 18 | Victoria, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines Although the main agricultural crop is rice, a great portion of the town’s land is planted with citrus and tropical fruits like rambutan, lanzones, and durian. These fruits are shipped in large quantities to Metro Manila and neighboring provinces. Victoria is presently known as the “fruit basket “of Oriental Mindoro. Kapakyanan Festival is a fruit festival highlighting the abundance of fruit produce of the town. Kapakyanan is a Mangyan term which means “kasaganaan” or abundance. Source:Philippinefiestas.com

September 21
September 21-30 | Tapaz, Capiz A cultural and fiesta celebration. Source:TravelMart.net Alaminos.net