Jan 1, 2023

The Binalabal Festival is held on 1 January to welcome in the new year. It dates back to the 1930s when townsfolk began wearing masks to disguise their identity, slowing evolving over the years to become a general celebration in the hope of prosperity for the coming year. The festival begins the night before with the Masquerade Ball and continues until noon the following day when a Grand Parade goes through the town of Tuledo.

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