November 1 All Saint’s Day A nationwide holiday honoring the dead. The celebration is held with gatherings of parties and a whole day feasting in the cemetery.
November 5- 13 Kansilay Festival A festival named after a tree with purple pink flower and at the same time commemorating the peaceful revolution in Silay called ’cinco de Noviembre"
November 13, Reviving "Sarswela" Negros Occidental- This town’s fiesta recently revived its traditional sarswela, a musical comedy featuring customs of farmers & urban folks, into a more colorful presentation where most barangays present their own interpretations, in a competition as a part of their feast for St. Didacus.
2nd week Helubong Festival A colorful and truly traditional festival celebrated by two ethnic groups, T’boli and B’Laan held in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
November 23 Feast of San Clemente Angono, Rizal- Its town fiesta honoring their patron saint where its images are brought down the river. One highlight is a fair of huge papier-mache effigies in traditional attires.
Last Week Grand Cordillera Festival Festival of the Cordillera regions’s traditional dances, music, arts and crafts, to introduce the tribes’ ancient traditions. These shows are mostly held in Baguio City’s Burham Park.
November 30 Bonifacio Day A nationwide holiday commemorating the heroic deeds of Andres bonifacio, the hero of first Philippine revolution during the Spanish regime.