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STO. NIÑO FESTIVAL
January | Nationwide
A grand procession of over two hundred well-dressed images of the Child Jesus.
BULAKLAKAN FESTIVAL
January 1 | Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila
Annual procession, parade of flowers and costumes.
ATI-ATIHAN FESTIVAL 2006
January 1 | January 15 - Kalibo, Aklan
Scene of a yearly celebration in honor of Sto. Nino held every third week of January, popularly known worldwide as Ati-Atihan. So called because Aklanons, domestic and foreign tourists, wipe soot on their faces and done ethnic paraphernalia and masquerade around town as Negritos and make merry and dance in the streets to the beat of ambulant ethnic troubadours.
AGUMAN SANDUK
January 1 - Minalin, Pampanga
Description The Aguman Sanduk of Minalin is celebrated in the afternoon of January 1, while the rest of the country takes a break from the previous night''s New Year revelry, and there''s no one to catch the boys and men of this sleepy fishing town wear their mother''s lipstick and put on their wive''s dresses
FEAST OF THE THREE KINGS
January 2 | Gasan, Marinduque
A feast honoring the three kings who are visiting houses around the Poblacion of Gasan
BAILES DE LUCES
January 5 - La Castellana, Negros Occicental
The town’s celebration of Charter Day and a befitting culmination of the Christmas season, the festival is conceptualized as a festival of hope and thanksgiving. Thanksgiving for all the blessings received in the year that was and hope for a prosperous new year. Its unique feature is the use of lights or “luces” as props and adornment and its nocturnal festivities and streetdancing.
SINULOG FESTIVAL 2006
January 5 | January 20 - Cebu
Cebu’s biggest and most popular festival in honor of the Holy Image of Senyor Sto. Niño
KURALDAL
January 6 | Sasmoan, Pampanga
The Kuraldal of Sasmuan occurs during the week of the town fiesta on January 6, when Kapampangans from neighboring towns gather in front of the chapel of St. Lucy and dance for favors all night
KADAYAW FESTIVAL
January 7 | Pambujan, N. Samar
Thanksgiving for the blessings received by the municipality
BANDI FESTIVAL & BAYLUHAY FESTIVAL
January 8- January 15 | San Joaquin, Iloilo
Festivals featuring the biggest “bandi” (sweet delicacy) in Western Visayas and the Reenactment of the Barter of Panay.
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