Local Philippines Events
June 13 | Sibulan St. Anthony’s devotees from all over the province crowd at the Sibulan church to light candles for the patron saint every 13th of each month, especially on the 13th of June, his feast day. Annualy, the feast transforms the church grounds and the plaza into a bustling festive gathering. A fluvial procession is also held every June 13. Source:WOW Philippines 

June 14 | Cervantes, Ilocos Sur, Philippines 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.  Source:TravelMart.net   

June 15-17 | Prosperidad, Agusan del SurThe Naliyagan Festival celebrates 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. Source: travelmart

June 15-24 | Daet, Camarines Norte, Philippines   Sweet, juicy pineapple is the fruit of choice for the people of Daet, Camarines Norte. In fact, they loved it so much that they made a festival in its honor. Join the locals as they celebrate the Pineapple Festival featuring a colorful street presentation set by art exhibits, trade fair, cultural dances, and sport events. Feel rich when you go for a visit at Paracale Gold Mines, and be familiar with some Bicol heroes like Vinzon and Panganiban and Lucban.Source:Philippinecountry.com

July 16 | Carrascal, Surigao del SurThis is a Mardi gras performed around the streets of Carrascal in honor of their patroness, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.  Source: travelmart

June 16-18 | Magdalena, Laguna, Philippines.  A celebration highlighted by street dancing competition with the participants’ costumes made of bamboo grass materials.  Source:VisitMyPhilippines.com

June 17 | Compostela Valley  The Kaimunan Festival celebrates the founding anniversary of the Municipality of Maco. The event is celebrated with the Feast of the Mother of Perpetual Help . Source: wikipedia

June 17-23 | Provincial Capitol Compound, Puerto Princesa City  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.  Source:TravelMart.net

June 17-23 |Provincial Capitol Grounds, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines  A week long celebration of the Founding Anniversary of the Civil Government of Palawan. Dubbed as BARAGATAN, from a Cuyuno word "beggar" which means a convergence of people coming together from various municipalities bringing their songs, dances and music and present all these aspect of life through cultural presentation, trade shows, exhibitions, float parade and street dancing. Baragatan celebrates the foundation of the civil government of Palawan. The festival derives its name from a Cuyunon terms that means 'meeting', and true to its meaning Baragatan is a convergence and coming together of the people of Palawan to celebrate its history and rich culture. Highlights of the event are trade and food fair, street dancing, cultural shows of different municipalities, the private sector and the ethnic groups, and the coronation of Ms. Palawan. Source: Palawan Government 

June 17
June 17 | Aloguinsan The Kinsan Festival is named after a type of fish. Kinsan is a fish of great abundance in Aloguinsan. It is a town favorite, not only because it is unique to the place, but because of its taste. Kinsan is caught in great numbers from April to June.  The festival allows the local government to promote kinsan in the food industry. Source:Cebu Province Official WebsiteWikipedia