The Philippine Day Parade and Cultural Festival is our big NYC celebration
January 21 – February 9, 2020
2-for-1 tickets to popular Broadway shows with Latin connections including Ain’t Too Proud, Book of Mormon, Chicago, Frozen, Lion King, Phantom, West Side Story and Wicked
CHELSEA; Tue-Sun, Mar 26-31, 2019; Cuban contemporary dance theatre ~ Explore the Latin diaspora with Annabelle Lopez Ochoa (Colombian), Edwaard Liang (Chinese) & Bennyroyce Royon (Filipino)
Filipino NYC Festivals
The Philippine Day Parade and Cultural Festival is our big NYC celebration.
Filipino New York City
Filipino New Yorkers
EAST HARLEM, NYC | Sat, May 18, 2019 | Live music Latin Boogaloo Carnegie Hall Citywide | The elder statesman of Boogaloo, the Latin soul of the 1960s, brings his hits “Gypsy Woman,” “Subway Joe,” “Ordinary Guy” and more
Performance and discussion.
Ballet Hispánico and the Harkness Dance Center
92nd Street Y
Upper East Side, Manhattan
Friday, September 14, 2018
Grammy-winner Bruno Mars is one of the world’s most famous Filipinos.
Filipino culture is a blend of Filipino and Spanish Catholic traditions. Filipinos compete with Puerto Ricans for the world’s longest Christmas celebrations.
There is always something going on in the Philippines. The Sinulog and Ati Atihun festivals are in January. The Kaamulan festival is in Malaybalay City in February and March. The Anibina Bulawanun festival is in Copostela Province, and the Moriones Festival is on the Island of Marinduque in March. The Flores de Mayo festival is in May. The Pineapple Festival is Daet in June.
The Bocaue River Festival is in Bulacan in July. The Pangapog Festival is in Samal City in August. The Hin-Ay festival is in Irosin, Sorsogon in September. The Halaran Festival is in Roxas City, Capiz in October. The Pintaflores flower festival is in San Carlos City in November. The Giant Lantern Festival is in San Fernando City in December.