First week Sagayan Festival- held in Tubod lanao Del Norte, women in colorful native costumes are paraded all over town.
July 4-7 Pagoda Festival- held in Bocaue, Bulacan- a town just outside Metro Manila. A river parade of decorated barge called Pagoda, and small boats is held to honor the holy cross found in Wawa river. To get there, drive along the north expressway, and exit at Sta. Maria or Bocaue. At the toll, turn left.
Fourth week Sandugo Festival-A festival in Bohol commemorating the blood compact between Legaspi- a Spanish leader and Sikatuna- a Filipino tribal head during the Spanich occupation. A reenactment is held. Trade fairs and colorful parades are the highlights of the celebration.
Fourth Week Sinulog De Tanjay Festival- celebrated by the townsfolk of Tanjay, Negros Oriental, this week long fiesta features the tradition of Sinulog. People in their colorful native costumes are paraded around town with shows of horse fights reenacting the battle between Filipinos and Spanish.
Fourth Week Kahimonan Abayan Festival The fest is held in Butuan City in tribute to St. Anne or Sta. Ana whom known to be their guide against the man-eating crocodiles along Agusan River. They celebrate praying on boats for good luck and safety while crossing the river.