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Festivities

Utanon Festival

Utanon Festival is a festival of music and dance featuring our high value crops and vegetables as a major form of trade, its contribution to the local economy, its role in cultural diversity and its significance as an industry representative of Dalaguetnons as a people. The festival shall focus on the concept of the people’s [...]

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Kadaugan sa Mactan

The festival of Kadaugan sa Mactan is known to be celebrated in Cebu, Philippines in the month of April as the defeat of Magellan by Lupa Lupa is re-enacted annually at the beach of Barangay Mactan where the event had actually taken place (Mactan Shrine). This is a major attraction for the tourists and the [...]

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Soli-Soli Festival

The Soli-soli Festival in San Francisco, Camotes Island, Cebu every March 18 is a celebration of thanksgiving to St. Joseph, the town’s patron. Costumes and props are made of soli-soli grass that thrive in town. Though Sinulog-inspired, the street dancing and rituals are based on storylines on the arrival of St. Joseph’s image in San [...]

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Pasko sa Sugbo

The city of Cebu welcomes the season of Christmas with a bang as it launched the month-long celebration of “Pasko sa Sugbo.” Long before we even start crowding churches at dawn to hear misa de gallo, fellow Cebuanos flocked the Fuente Osmeña Circle to witness the ceremonial lighting of the giant Christmas tree, which stands [...]

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Sinulog Festival

The Sinulog festival is one of the grandest and most colorful festivals in the Philippines with a very rich history. The main festival is held each year on the third Sunday of January in Cebu City to honor the Santo Niño, or the child Jesus, who used to be the patron saint of the whole [...]

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