festivals & Events

festivals and events

The town of Labo is geographically located relatively at the center of the province of Camarines Norte. It is approximately 335 kilometers south of Manila and 15 kilometers away from Daet, the capital town of the province. 

 

Buro-Buro Festival

Buro-buro festival originated from the Buro-buro watershed located in Tulay na Lupa. Buro-buro watershed is the source of water in the whole municipality of Labo. The people of Tulay na Lupa celebrates the festival every 6th day of August.

 

Carabao Festival

The Carabao Festival is celebrated every 20th of April in Brgy. Bulhao, Labo, Camarines Norte. As a companion of farmers, the people of Brgy. Bulhao dedicated their festival to the carabaos. The highlight of the festival is a Carabao parade showcasing the harvested crops in a float and competing for the best and colorful float.

 

Tabagwang Festival

Tabagwang Festival is a one-week celebration that starts in May 20. Tabagwang is a snail living in the river. The locals love this exotic food, it is usually cooked with coconut milk and gabi leaves. During the festival, the locals participates by cooking different dishes of tabagwang.

 

Sampaguita Festival

Sampaguita Festival aims to promote the plantation of sampaguita in Brgy. Malasugui. It is a new festival in town but the officials are working hard to give its locals a meaningful and colorful festival. It is a one-week celebration that starts in June 20. The highlights of this festival are sampaguita making contest, color fun run, and boodle fight.

 

Citronella Festival

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Gabihan Festival

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Gata Festival

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Gulayan Festival

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Katigbi Festival

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Niogan Festival

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Tampisawan Festival

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cacao festival

Cacao festival is celebrated every first week of June. 

 

minatamis festival

Cacao festival is celebrated every first week of June. 

 

Busig-on Festival

Celebrated every first week of September. Busing-on Festival came from the word “Busig” which means water and “On” which means plenty. One of the activities in the festival is the Balsa Para wherein different barangays participate to build and create the best float made with indigenous materials.

 

peñafrancia fluvial parade

Celebrated every first week of September. Busing-on Festival came from the word “Busig” which means water and “On” which means plenty. One of the activities in the festival is the Balsa Para wherein different barangays participate to build and create the best float made with indigenous materials.

 

Labo town fiesta

Celebrated every 5th & 6th of May. 

birth anniversary of gov. basilio bautista. sr.

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birth anniversary of gen. vicente r. lukban

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kasalang bayan

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world teacher's day celebration in labo

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Kislap, sigla at saya sa labo

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