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Philippine Festivals

Hot Air Balloon Tournament
Date: Early February
Venue: Clark Special Economic Zone, Pampanga
Description: A tournament of balloonists from different countries, featuring aerosport shows, kite flying, games, live bands and exhibitions.

Feast of Our Lady of Candles
Date: Early February
Venue: Jaro, Iloilo
Description: Considered the largest religious pageantry in Western Visayas, it is a celebration of the Virgin Mary.

International Bamboo Organ
Date: Early February
Venue: St. Joseph's Parish Church, Las Piñas
Description: A 10-day cultural event featuring international classical performers playing the ancient bamboo organ of St. Joseph's Parish Church in Las Piñas.

Santiago City Arts Month
Date: Whole month of February
Venue: Santiago City
Description: Celebrates local artists with folk music, dance, play and painting contests.

Date: Whole month of February
Venue: Parañaque, Metro Manila
Description: Celebrates the city with dance contests.

Festival of Hearts
Date: Whole month of February
Venue: Tanjay City
Description: Celebrates love, romance and Valentine's day.

Date: February 7 - 10
Venue: Laoag City and Province
Description: Celebrates St. William, the town's patron saint, with a colorful floral parade.

San Fernando, La Union Festival
Date: February 7 - 10
Venue: San Fernando, La Union
Description: Town celebration with music, trade fairs and pageants.

Tinagba Festival
Date: February 11
Venue: Iriga, Bicol
Description: Celebrates the town's harvest and the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes with a parade of colorfully decorated carabao carts.

St. Valentine's Day
Date: February 14
Venue: Nationwide
Description: Celebrates love in all its forms between lovers, friends, parents, family members, classmates, officemates, etc. Candy, balloons and flowers are on sale, and restaurants have their own special Valentine's lunch or dinner.

Tawo-Tawo Festival
Date: February 17
Venue: Bayawan City
Description: Displays giant paper-maché scarecrows for their role as guardians of Bayawan City crops.

Date: February 25
Venue: EDSA, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Description: Celebrates the 'People Power' bloodless revolution in 1986 that toppled the dictatorship of Pres. Ferdinand Marcos.

Dia De Zamboanga
Date: February 26
Venue: Zamboanga
Description: Celebrates the cultural and religious harmony between Christians and Muslims, and marks the day Zamboanga became a city.

Suman Festival
Date: 3rd week of February
Venue: Baler, Aurora Province
Description: Celebrates the various rice cake delicacies of the town.

Panagbenga (Baguio Flower)
Date: 4th week of February
Venue: Baguio City
Description: Celebrates the various flowers in Baguio with a parade similar to the Rose Bowl Parade of Pasadena, California.

Kalilangan Festival
Date: 4th week of February
Venue: General Santos City
Description: Celebrates the harmonious co-existence between the different cultural and religious communities.

Itik-Itik Festival
Date: Last Sunday of February
Venue: Pasig City, Metro Manila
Description: Celebrates the 'itik' or native duck of the Philippines.

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