September 28-29 | Oas, Albay, Philippines. Himoloan literally means offering of the town’s produce and talents to their Patron Saint, St. Michael the Archangel. Source:WowPhilippines
September 28 - 29 | Argao The Pitlagong Festival honors Argao's patron saint, Michael the Archangel. The festival is celebrated through a parade, a street dancing competition, and a ritual showdown. The term pitlagong is a bamboo instrument used to clean the sugong. The sugong is a bamboo container used in collecting tuba, or coconut wine. Tuba is a traditional Filipino drink and it is believed that the tuba will not taste good without the pitlagong. Because of what the festival is named after, it is expected that locals will be drinking tuba during merrymaking in the festival. Source:Cebu Province Official WebsiteTuba: A Cebuano Toast to Life!
September 29 | San Rafael, Bulacan, Philippines A yearly street dancing festivity in various angel costume in honor of San Rafael, Bulacan’s patron saint, Saint Rafael the Arch Angel. A week long festivity. Source:TravelMart.net
September 29 - October 2 | Majayjay, Laguna, PhilipppinesKabukiran Festival is a celebration of the founding anniversary of Majayjay. It features the different farm products that are available in the forty barangays composing the municipality. The most beautiful women in this place from which the “Miss Kabukiran” will be chosen are presenting every barangay. The three day festival every September also features old games and dances participated by the young and old, amateur contest and street dancing participated by different public and private schools in colorful costumes. Source:Caliraya Lake Festivals
September 29 | Gandar, Samar Noted for cottage cheese, "kisiyo", the rice granary of the province. Source:Province of Samar
September 29 | San Sebastian, Samar Known for its abundance in crabs and shrimps and processed crab meat. Source:Province of Samar