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Festivals and Events
Like other municipalities in the country, the fifteen municipalities of the province celebrate their own town and patronal fiestas. The charming people of every town displays their festivities with parades, playground demonstration, people’s/ socialization night, beauty pageant, cultural day/night (showcasing the colorful history of every town as well as give honor to the tribal groups in their respective town) fun games etc. Activities usually last for three days.
During the 18th of April, the charming people of the town display their festivity with parades, cultural shows, fun rides for adults and children, talent competition, sports competition and people’s night. All highlighting the rich and colorful Bugkalot culture.Mayor Jerry P. Pasigian
To Lowela Cipiano
|3rd week of April|
Black Nazarene Patronal Fietsa
Fiesta featuring Kalanguya and Ayangan showcase of their culture and rituals, beauty competition, Agro-fair, playground demonstration and people’s night. The so called people’s night is well attended by all the residents led by their respected Brgy. and municipal Officials of all the barangays. A product exhibit featuring crops
To Nuepe Manuel, Jr.
|June 15 to 18|
A town fiesta with parades, streetdancing and drum & lyre competitions (Participated by elementary and high schools of the town), exhibit on agriculture featuring the town’s best products and socialization night during the last day. One highlight of the fiesta is also the cookfest of exotic and local dishes featuring their OTOP- Onion. The 100 years history of Aritao is showcased in the dance drama.Mayor Lucita L. Tan
To Zenaida Lor
|June 26 to 30|
Centennial Celebration/ Foundation Day
|June 26 to 30|
St. Joseph Patronal fiesta
|3rd week of March|
The festivity of the town held every 4th week of September is a fiesta opened with parades, playground demonstration and socialization programs. A beauty search is also held to determine Ms. Bagabag. Each Barangay is given a booth to showcase their respective products like crops, vegetables and fruits as an indication of rich and productive harvest. The pineapple as their OTOP is also highlighted.Mayor Johnny M. Sevillena
|4th week of September|
The festival celebration of the beautiful people of Bambang held every 26-28 day of April is a town fiesta with streetdancing competition, float parade, ground demonstration participated by schools of the town and people’s night. One of the most awaited events of the fiesta is the Search for Ms. Bambang and an invitation dance competition held annually.
To Regene Lopez
|April 26 to 28|
St. Catherine of Sienna Patronal Fiesta
Feast of Saint Catherine of Sienna, the patroness of Bambang, held every 30th of April.
3 – days festivities featuring the celebration of a town fiesta held during the 3th to 5th of the month of August. It is a festival with the opening day with fireworks, variety shows, grand parade, and people’s night. They include the much awaited search for Saniata ken Bayabay ti Bayombong as an annual activity and a street dancing competition too.Mayor Ralph C. Lantion
To Paul Cadiente
|August 3 to 5|
St. Dominic Patronal Fiesta
The feast of St, Dominic, and the Patron Saint of Bayombong is celebrated during the first day of the town fiesta. This event shows the religion influence of the Roman Catholic in the capital town.
Their fiesta is celebrated with parades and playground demonstration, and people’s night. The people are very much excited in watching the annual events like Libnos ti Diadi, sports tournaments open dance competitions, and cultural performances. They also include the showcase of agricultural products of each Barangay. They also have parlor games spearheaded by the town officials and active sanguniang kabataan.Mayor Norma U. Miguel
To Wilma Patricio
|June 15 to 17|
|Dupax del Norte|
Dupax del Norte Town Fiesta
During the 3rd week of the month April, festivities featuring the typical celebration of a town fiesta with cultural performances, agricultural trde fairs, beauty and talent competition, playground demonstration to be participated by the elementary schools in the town, peoples night, SK Night and parade.Mayor Timothy Joseph E. Cayton
|April 19 to 22|
|Dupax del Sur|
Festivities featuring the colorful celebration of a town fiesta with parades, playground demonstration and people’s night. This festival likewise promotes and enriches the culture of Isinais and also the annual Search for Ms. Dupax del Sur.Mayor Ruben S. Basconcillo
|3rd week of April|
A town fiesta with cultural shows- highlighting the Ayangan/ Ifugao culture. Parade and people’s night is festivity featuring the celebration. The residents of the town also conduct parlor games during their festivity. The citrus festival is likewise a special part of the celebrations as Kasibu is the Citrus Capital of the Philippines.Mayor Alberto D. Bumolo, Jr.
To Esthie Ollie
|April 18 to 20|
The residents of this upland Municipality celebrate their fiesta with agricultural product displays, variety shows, parlor games, people’s night, cultural shows and street dancing from the different IP groups of this upland town.Mayor Paul D. Ligmayo
To Mark Fabian
|4th week of January|
Festivities featuring the colorful celebration of a town fiesta with agri-trade fair, float and people’s parade, hut competition, Laro ng Lahi, playground demonstration, people’s night and the Search for Saniata ken Bayabay ti Quezon. It is the 1st Tangguyob Festival celebrated during the fiesta of Quezon this year.Mayor Dolores B. Binwag
|June 16 to 18|
Their town fiesta coincides with the Kalanguya Festival (IP of Santa Fe). Celebrated with program, float and people’s parade, people’s night headed by officials and the Search for Ms. Sta Fe. Most awaited event is the cultural day as it showcases the rich culture of the Kalanguyas.
To Farrah Dugay
|March 8 to 11|
Translated as Rice and native cakes festival, which coincides with the town’s founding anniversary celebration. A festival to revive the almost forgotten culinary arts of preparing rice cakes and delicates; after which displaying them as exhibits them sharing to the guest and the general public.
To Jesica Decoro
|4th week of April|
Feast of St. Louis Beltran
|1st or 2nd week of October|
Festivities featuring the typical celebration of the town fiesta with cultural performances, parade, playground demonstration, people’s night and also Search for Miss Villaverde. The cultural communities of Ayangan/ Ifugao are also showcased.