What are the festivals in Davao del Norte?

The festival features street dancing and an agri trade fair to highlight Davao del Norte as a “banana country”. Banana is the largest economic contributor for the province and the festival pays tribute to its abundance in the area. Tagum City is around an hour away from Davao.

What are the festivals that are celebrated in Davao Region?

5 Magnificent Davao City Festivals

  • Kadayawan Festival. Image Source. Kadayawan Festival in Davao City, Philippines is celebrated on a grand scale.
  • Chinese New Year Festival. Image Source.
  • Pasko Fiesta sa Davao. Image Source.
  • Araw Ng Dabaw. Image Source.
  • Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. Image Source.

Where is the Panagtagbo festival?

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What is Kahayag festival?

Kahayag Festival is an annual event celebrated by the Municipal Government of Carmen, Davao del Norte through the initiative of their Tourism Officer Mr. Romulo “Jhong” Sambajon fully supported by Hon. Marcelino A. Perandos (Municipal Mayor)

What is Simballay festival?

Simballay is a yearly festival of the Municipality of Nabunturan instituted from a Mansaka word signifying, “Harmony, sharing and thanksgiving for a plentiful collect.

What is Tinabangay festival?

Tinabangay Festival happens every February 22 of each year. Tinabangay comes from a bisaya word “tabang” which means help, tinabangay then means to help together as a community or bayanihan. Tinabangay festival is celebrated by the island town of Socorro in the province of Surigao del Norte.

What is Hinugyaw festival?

Hinugyaw Festival is a colorful merrymaking depicting the evolution of the distinct cultures of the B’laan,Maguindanaons and Christians into a singular wave of rythms. The festival shows the festive spirit with street dancing parade,talent shows and beauty pageant,sports events and nightly street parties.

What is Bulawan festival?

Bulawan Festival. Held on March 8 at the Capitol grounds, Bulawan Festival is a celebration of its glorious history and thanksgiving, a unified government, sustained good harvests, abundant resources, a promise of a golden future, and competent and competitive people and institutions.