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What is the Tinagba Festival?

This hugely popular and all-out fun festival is held every February in Iriga City, at the province of Camarines Sur in the Philippines. Locals from all walks of life come together to celebrate the first harvest of the year. Expect to see street dancing, elaborate processions, beauty contests and sports competitions to name a few. Men and women alike don their colourful traditional garments and parade their creatively decorated bull carts that are characteristic of this festival. The festival’s roots stem from Pagan ritualism. The earliest Bicolans, a largely agricultural and rural community, would offer their harvest to the gods, as a way of thanking them and asking for the next harvest to be even more abundant. 

Need to Know

What makes this festival so unique is that the activities change from year to year, so you are always guaranteed to see something different. Bring your camera and get ready for an experience of a lifetime. 

Did You Know?

Iriga is well known as the City of Crystal Clear Springs, with more than 30 natural springs scattered all over the area. Its most famous natural landmark, the majestic Mount Iriga, offers fascinating and breathtaking scenery of the Bicol River basin area. 

The Tinagba Festival is an experience you will remember forever, make sure you plan to be at the next one. 

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11 February 2023


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11 February,2023
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