Aurora Festival
last Sunday of August to first week of September-Tanjay, Negros Oriental

The festival features evening novenas participated in by more than 40 clans, which culminate in a nocturnal fluvial procession at the Tanjay River.

Hin-ay Festival
September 1-29-Venue: Irosin, Sorsogon

This features a cultural show, trade fair, and a street dance depicting the archangels’ victory over the “Black” Angels.

Bicol Food Festival
September 1-30-Naga City

This is a festival of Bicol cuisine: pinangat and laing, bicol Express, inolokan or tilmak, pecadillo and cocido.

Sarakiki Festival
September 1-8-Calbayog City

The festival features street dancers dressed as cocks swaying to the beat of ancient Samareño instruments.

T’boli Tribal Festival
3rd week-South Cotabato

This is a gathering of the major ethnolinguistic groups in the province together with representatives from Davao.

Pe├▒afrancia Fiesta Festival
3rd Sunday of September-Naga City, Camarines Sur

This is a religious festival honoring Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia, the patroness of the Bicol Region River.

Dalit Festival
September 25-Tangub City

This showcases local rituals, dances, and way of life.

Djanggo Festival
September 28-29-Nassiping, Gattaran, Cagayan

This commemorates centuries-old religious and cultural tradition based on the life of St. Michael.

Banigan-Kawayan Festival
September 29-Basey, Samar

This celebrates the banig and the kawayan crafts industry flourishing in Basey.

Linapit Food Sharing Festival
September 30-Gueday, Besno

This is a festival with a delightful pre-planting feast at its core where natives share their food with everyone.