Held every third Sunday of February
This festivity features racing events between local outriggers in the strait between Iloilo City and Guimaras Island.
Taytay Hamaka Festival
February 10 to 16-Taytay, Rizal
This is a seven-day event showcasing the artistry, craftsmanship and various talents of the people of Taytay.
February 11-Sa Iriga City, Camarines Sur
This is a harvest-offering affair for Our Lady of Lourdes. Farmers parade in carabao-drawn carts filled with the best of local produce while Agtas come down from the mountain to dance.
International Bamboo Organ Festival
This is a ten-day series of cultural events with a focus on the unique bamboo-made organ, made by Fray Diego de la Cera, and found only in Las Piñas.
Baguio Flower Festival
This is a relatively “new” event in the country’s summer capital. Similar to the Rose Bowl Parade of the U.S., this festival is highlighted by a parade of floats made entirely of fresh blossoms from local horticulturists.
February 14-Tabuk, Kalinga
The festival celebrates the Kalinga culture through its sports, crafts, and indigenous food.
February 19-Bago City, Negros Occidental
This highlights the culture of the first settlers of Bago City before the Spanish colonizers arrived. As defined by Negros historians, the babaylan is a doctor, herbalist, artist, adviser, herbalist, seer, diviner and agriculturist.
February 20 to 27-General Santos City, South Cotabato
This features cultural shows, a civic/military, agro-industrial fair, sports competition, and a beauty pageant.
2nd week of February up to March 10-Malaybalay, Bukidnon
This is a three-day gathering of Bukidnon’s various ethnolinguistic groups in Pines View Park. It includes a performance of traditional rituals.