Festivals in the Philippines are a fairly common occurrence, with over 42,000 major and minor festivals celebrated across the country.
What are Philippine festivals?
Major mardi-gras-style festivals include the Ati-Atihan in January in Kalibo, and the Sinulog in January in Cebu. One of the biggest nationwide festivals is the Flores de Mayo, a religious parade held across the country throughout May in honour of the Virgin Mary.
What makes Philippines festivals unique?
Philippine festivals are town fiestas celebrating moments in history that defined identity, polity and locality. Celebration of the arts and culture, albeit made central to these festivities, only comes as a texture instead of text in the whole exercise of the Festival.
What are the two types of festival?
The Two Types of Festival Dance is In the Following : Religious Festival-are festivals dedicated for patrons,gods,saints,and others related to any Religion. Secular Festival-is opposite of religious festival;maybe celebration of people’s industry and bountiful harvest.
What are religious festival in the Philippines?
Most fiestas are celebrated among patron saints and or the major events in the life of Jesus Christ and His Mother. Examples are Christmas, Quiapo Fiesta, Ati-atihan, Holy Week, Santacruzan, Peñafrancia Fluvial Festival, Antipolo Pilgrimage, Obando Fertility Rites and Carabao Festival.