Bonok-Bonok Festival is a colorful festival displaying the Surigaonon's Tribal Culture through road moving. It is multi day-long celebration denoting the Surigao City's yearly party festivity which is celebrated each September 9. Held out of appreciation for the city's benefactor, San Nicolas de Tolentino, this prominent Mardi Gras festivity highlights road parties and customary ethnic move ceremonies. The day-long celebrations occur in the region around the Provincial Sports Complex which is an extraordinary place to see the a wide range of artists perform. This profoundly conventional occasion is a method for approaching the divine beings for good wellbeing and abundant harvests.
The fundamental element is the Bonok-Bonok, an ethnic Mamanua Dance performed by the locals amid "Kahimonan" Fiesta workshop and wedding services. A prelude to the festival of the Maradjao-Karadjao Festival is the Bulawanong Barangay. Before the Bonok-Bonok party is held, primer challenge between the 22 barangays of Surigao City is continuous to complement the month long celebration that livens up to the family unit of individual group of Surigao City. Different exercises are road moving participated in by ious private and government contingents utilizing inventive outfits, colossal buoys and diverting droning " Viva Senor San Nicolas Viva Maradjao-Karadjao". Bonok Bonok festival is another colorful that can be experience in the philippines.