Why is the Tinagba Festival celebrated?

Why is the Tinagba Festival celebrated?

Tinagba Festival is an annual event. It is held in February, in Iriga City of Camarines Sur province. The main point of this festival is for locals to offer their first harvest of the year, as a celebration. as much as the ritual is pagan in origin, it is celebrated by locals across the religious divide.

What type of Festival is Tinagba Festival?

Tinagba Festival. Celebrated on February 11, it is a reenactment of an old pagan ritual of offering the best produce of the land. A parade of colorfully decorated bullcarts with equally colorful dressed men & women from all walks of life makes the celebration very festive.

What are the festivals in Camarines Sur?

Kaogma Festival
Date May 21-27
Venue Camarines Sur
Brief Description A week-long celebration of the Foundation Anniversary of the province of Camarines Sur. The festival features numerous activities such as cultural expositions, sports events, beauty pageant, procession and Grand parade.

What are the Festival in Bicol?

Bicol Food Festival
Date September 1-30
Venue Naga City
Brief Description This is a festival of Bicol cuisine: pinangat and laing, bicol Express, inolokan or tilmak, pecadillo and cocido.

How is ibalong celebrated?

The epic is celebrated through street performances and floats on Ibalong Festival in Legazpi City, Bicol region since 1992. This is celebrated in Legazpi City during the month of August. The Ibalong festival features the various characters from the epic while celebrating through song and dance.

What is Lubid Festival?

A celebration showcasing abaca hemp–locally known as lubid which the Municipality of Malilipot is known to be the region’s producer, its many uses and importance as a major source of livelihood of the local community.

What happens during Magayon Festival?

Held every month of May, Magayon Festival is derived from the popular legend of Mayon Volcano to honor the province’s bounty and beauty. One of the highlights of this event is the stage reenactment of the tragic love story of Daragang Magayon and Panganoron whose fatal deaths gave birth to the volcano.