LINGGO NG ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE & “SARDINES AND MANGO FESTIVAL”
June 1- June 6 | Dipolog City
A week’s celebration featuring agro-industrial fairs, sports, beauty pageants, concerts, cultural shows and street dancing.
SAKAY-SAKAY ABAYAN (FLUVIAL PROCESSION)
June 1 | Barangay Taft, Surigao City
A procession at sea led by the Patron Saint of Bilang-Bilang, Virgen dela Paz Y Buen Viaje, the patroness of good voyage aboard a beautifully adorned vessel followed by colourful motor launches and bancas passing through the Surigao Strait and back to the City wharf.
June 12 | Kawit, Cavite
Re-enactment of the historic proclamation of the Philippine Independence is done at the mansion of Gen Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippine Republic
PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
June 12 | Quirino Grandstand, Rizal Park, Manila
(highlights are the ceremonies in Rizal Park, Manila and Kawit, Cavite)
June 15- June 23 | Camarines Norte
A festival featuring the sweet, succulent pineapple thru art exhibits, trade fairs, cultural performances and sports events.
BARAGATAN SA PALAWAN (FOUNDATION DAY)
June 17- June 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
PISTA Y ANG KAGUEBAN
June 19- June 26 | Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
A festive reforestation dine by practically all people from different walks of life with activities such as performance of the environmental artists of Puerto Princesa through songs dances.
June 19 | Calamba, Laguna
In memory of the birthday of the Philippine National Hero, Jose P. Rizal, the townfolks of Calamba offer flowers to Rizal Shrine.
“OYANGE KAUGMAN” FESTIVAL
June 20- June 29 | Polangui, Albay
A merrymaking held in conjunction with the town fiesta. The festival whose name was derived from a tree which is abundant in the area features various exciting events including street presentation, beauty pageant, trade fair, among others.
ZAMBULAWAN FESTIVAL (Street pageantry)
June 20 | Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur
Street dancing and colorful parade highlighting native Subanen costumes and rituals.
June 20- June 29 | Sorsogon, Sorsogon
Pili is an indigenous crop of Bicol region, particularly Sorsogon. This festival showcases the PIli, the primary purpose of which is to emphasize its importance and to increase the awareness of the public on its various economic uses.
June 21 | San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
A festival highlighted with street dancing in honor of their patron saint.
KALIGUAN FLUVIAL FESTIVAL
June 22- June 24 | Cagwait, Surigao del Sur
A yearly festivities in honor of St. John the Baptist highlighted by Search for Perlas ng Kaliguan beauty pageant, beach dancing and other beach-fun activities.
CALUMPIT “LIOAD” FESTIVAL
June 23 | Calumpit, Bulacan
A celebration in honor of the patron saint St. John the Baptist.
FEAST OF SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA
June 24 | Pilia. Laguna
The town of Pilia celebrates the feast of San Antonio de Padua through a procession, merry making and festive dining in most of the beautiful ancestral homes
FEAST OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST / LECHON FESTIVAL
June 24 | Mindoro Oriental
Dressed in creative costumes and disguises, lechins are paraded around the town accompanied by gay chanting and buhusan a customary practice during the San Juan Bautista Feast.
ARAW NG MAYNILA
June 24 | Manila City
A yearly celebration of Manila Day featuring various activities like the Manila Film Festival, Fireworks Display, etc.
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June 29 | Tacloban City
Sangyaw is actually a fiesta celebrated during the 70’s during the time when Imelda Romualdez Marcos was still the First Lady of the Philippines. In fact, it was her who initiated to have this event. It was also the Romualdez’s who revived the Sangyaw last year.
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