Each and every seven day stretch of September, the rural and laid-back region of Lobo commends its yearly Anihan Festival. The celebration means to feature the abundant collect of this another farming town of Batangas. In the meantime, this is Lobo neighborhood people's method for expressing gratitude toward the Almighty God. One of the features of Anihan celebration is a road parade and move rivalry.
As a rule, members during the festival clad in ensembles propelled by their nearby deliver, for example, sugar apple atis, tamarind, rice, buli textures, seashells, corn portions and dried tree husk, among others. The Anihan Festival street dance rivalry was taken an interest by understudies from 20 grade schools everywhere throughout the district. Like most Philippine celebrations, the street dance rivalry features the occasion and enabled local people to grandstand their abilities and inventiveness.
The members' outfits were made out of crude materials from items which Lobo are known for. The innovative outfits were decorated as well as made of buli, corn, coconut husk, anahaw leaf, and shells. A large portion of the outfits were likewise designed with atis-motivated props. Adding color to the festivity are the parade of creatively designed floats, with muses of competing tribes, and the Search for Miss Amihan and the night of coronation.
In lined activities include LGU Day, Benefit Dance, concelebrated mass, Coronation Night of the Fiesta Queen agro-industrial fair, food festival, garden show, showcasing an array of ornamental plants, native delicacies, and flourishing agriculture in the municipality, and the Laro ng Lahi.