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Festivals Around Davao City Celebration

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Categories: Events, News, Travel & Tours,
Jan. 11, 2018, 5:04 p.m.

Davao City, on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, is a coastal commercial center near 2,954m-high Mount Apo, the country’s highest peak. In the city center, People’s Park is known for its colorful indigenous sculptures and lighted fountains. It's also home to Durian Dome, named after the pungent, spiky fruit that grows in abundance on Mindanao. The Davao River cuts through the city.

 

 

Davao, like many other cities in the Philippines, is a multi-cultural society. Different ethnic groups celebrate their distinctive festivals, thus, the many exciting events and festivities that take place throughout the year.  

 

 

Here’s a full list of festivals in cities and municipalities around Davao City:

  • Araw ng Dabaw (March 10-16)
  • Kadayawan sa Dabaw (3rd week of August)
  • Kaputian Parochial Fiesta (IGaCos – January 15) –
  • Kasinatian Festival (Toril – October 7)
  • IGaCoS Festival (IGaCos – March 5 -7)
  • Caracoles Festival (IGaCos – April 30) 
  • Pangapog Festival (IGaCos – 1st Week of August)
  • Babak Fiesta (IGaCos – September 15)
  • Peñaplata Fiesta (IGaCos – December 8)
  • Musikahan (Tagum – March 7)
  • Kuradang sa Dalan (Panabo – March 31)
  • Palay Festival (Carmen – June 18)
  • Ugsod – ugsod Festival (June 18)
  • Araw ng Davao del Norte (July 1)
  • Banana Festival (Kapalong 1st Week of August)
  • Banana Festival (Panabo – March 31)
  • Durian Festival (Tagum City – August to September)
  • Sinawug Festival (Asuncion, Davao del Norte – September 19)
  • Kalibulongan Festival (Talaingod October 18)
  • Andaon tu Dibabawon Festival (Kapalong – Last week of October)
  • Feast of Christ the King (Tagum – 2nd to the Last Sunday of November)
  • Saulogan Festival (Digos – January 15)
  • Kapyaan Festival (Jose Abad Santos – February)
  • Pista sa Kinaiyahan (Sta. Cruz – April 25-28)
  • Dorong Festival (Kapatagan – June 14-19)
  • Provincial Charter Anniversary (July 1)
  • Padigosan Festival (Digos – September 8)
  • Araw ng Sta. Cruz (Sta. Cruz – 1st Week of October)
  • Mango Fiesta (San Isidro – June 18)
  • LUBMAHUMA Festival (Provincial July 1)
  • Fish Festival (Gov. Generoso – August 1)
  • Niyog-Niyogan festival (Manay – October 25)
  • Kagang-Kagang Festival (Caraga – October 25)
  • Balyan Festival (Baganga – October 25)
  • Sambuokan Festival (Mati – October 25)
  • Anibina Festival (Compostela Valley – March 1-8)
  • Maragusan Eco-Expo (Maragusan, ComVal – Last Week of April)
  • Kaimunan Festival (Tagum – June 17)
  • Sal-Lupuyon (Compostela Valley – June 12 – 18)
  • Simballay Festival (Nabunturan – July 21)
  • Kariyawan (Monkayo – Sept. 4)
  • P’yagsawitan (Maragusan – 3rd Week of November)

 

Source: http://filipinohomes.com/blog/davao-city-festivals/