Apung Iru Fluvial Festival is a yearly festival held in Apalit, Pampanga each June 27-29. It is likewise the devour day of the town's Patron, St. Subside. The nearby term Apung Iru alludes to the picture of St. Subside. Consistently, fans in the town of Apalit holds a vivid fluvial parade or Apung Iru Fluvial Parade. It is the most anticipated movement of the celebration. On its first day June 27, the sacred picture was exchanged through a fluvial parade from Capalangan to Apalit Parish Church in a bright and brightened glide.
While the buoy was going with different pontoons along the Pampanga River, enthusiasts were supplicating and singing religious psalms. The picture had remained in Apalit Church until the most recent day of the devour June 29 and came back to its unique place of worship at Capalangan with same process and waterway courses. Amid the repeat, a large number of individuals accumulated along the riverbanks holding up the rebound of the buoys with the Holy image. Dousing of water, waving of blooms and moving the customary move called Kuraldal as the pagoda conveying the picture of Apung Iru goes by are a portion of the conventional approaches to welcome the town's Patron.
A beautifully beautified scaled down pagoda made by the nearby individuals was utilized to convey the picture of St. Dwindle returning to the church. Devotees and local people praise the occasion as an offering of appreciation. It has been a piece of the town's way of life and custom. An assortment of occasions and exercises were held amid the festival, for example, exchange reasonable, exhibitions, neighborhood rivalries and social shows.