Binalbal Festival an annual festival held on the first of January in Tudela, Misamis Occidental, Philippines . It is a unique celebration of welcoming the new year for the townsfolk of Tudela.

Dalit Festival (Tangub City)
It is the city’s simple way of saying “Mabuhay and Welcome to Tangub,” which celebrates the feast of Saint Michael, the Archangel every 29th of September. Dalit means “offering,” which presents the unique way of fostering, friendship, unity, and love of all Tangubanons to their visitors. The festival showcases varied activities and presentations, which include rituals and dances that depict the Filipino way of life.

Harvest Festival (Tangub City)
Showcases the products of the Techno-Demo Farm at Mantic, with different kinds of melons and watermelons promoted and sold. Other agricultural farm products promoted are sasso chicken (native chicken), goats, and swine. The festival is a venue to promote the agri-tourism program of the city, creating business-matching opportunities for the people of Tangub City.

Inug-og Festival (Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental, Mindanao)
October 15,Oroquieta,held in honor of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary.       

Subayen Keg Subanon (Ozamiz City)
A week-long festivity marking the feast of Nuestra Señora del Triunfo dela Cruz (Our Lady of Triumph). The main feature is the Subayan Keg Subanon Festival Street dancing which highlights the lifestyles of the Subanons as depicted in songs, dances, and other forms of simulated social expression, participated by different private/public schools, 51 barangays, and government contingents, using creative costumes and props; they parade and mime along the streets, that gives way to the genuine, authentic Subanon culture and pageantry enacted for both show and benediction.


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