Agawan Festival is a yearly reap celebration held in Sariaya, Quezon, Philippines each 15 May in respect to Saint Isidore the Laborer, the supporter holy person of farming and great gather. The festival is known as the Happy Pandemonium and one of the four gather celebrations celebrated in the area of Quezon each May 15th. The fundamental component of the party parade as the parade winds its way through the avenues, individuals grab the treats and other create holding tight the houses they go by or on a pabitin, extraordinarily made for the parade.
In the meantime, individuals in the houses toss nourishment, leafy foods into the parade, Before the parade, adjacent occupants brighten the outside of their homes. Brilliant buntal caps are decorated everywhere throughout the façade of houses. The Bagakays, an identifiably "Sariayahin" highlight of the celebration, are youthful bamboo trees cut and adorned with an assortment of treats that frame a tenderly influencing wonderful and abundant shelter along the very much brightened course of the holy person's evening parade. The festival reflects the townfolks liberality in soul, their confidence in the Divine Providence and their inventiveness in make creation and culinary conventions. You can come here and enjoy this festival.