The Coconut Festival is seven days festivity in San Pablo, Laguna, the Philippines, to pay tribute to their patronr Saint Paul the Hermit. It is held every first to second seven day stretch of January. It is a festival started in 1996. The celebration involves Street moving, skim parade, street appears, daily projects previously the city holiday and some other basic events like the yearly "Mutya at Lakan ng San Pablo". San Pablo City's Coconut Festival likewise called Coco Fest gives more tints to the city festivity which is held every 15 January. It attracts people contiguous towns and pariahs and neighborhood and national media.
This lifts the lifestyle and traditions of San Pablenos. The festival furthermore earned reference from the Association of tourism Officers of the Philippines ATOP and the Department of Tourism DOT as the best tourism Event for Festival Category City Level for Calendar Year 2010-2011-2012-2013 PIA which put San Pablo City, a guest goal. The city's "Coconut Festival" assembled 2013's "Pearl Award" as Hall of Famer in the midst of the fourteenth National Convention of the Department of Tourism DOT– Association of Tourism Officers of the Philippines ATOP held in Legazpi City, Albay. The Coconut Festival Street Dancing is a resistance among schools inside San Pablo City.
The opposition is parceled in three divisions: Elementary, Secondary and the College Divisions. Amid the early festivals, outfits were 90% delivered utilizing coconut trees. In any case, later on, it was picked that groups may not be much from coconut. Likewise, music used as a piece of the early festivals is one of a kind. It is more on an ancestral beat. A portion of the used music/tunes in the street moving were: "Take after the Leader" in 1998; "Da Coconut Nut" in 2000-2002 and some remix tunes on 2003-2008. However, in 2009 and so far, San Pablo City Coconut Festival street moving is using "Mabuhay ang San Pablo" Long experience the city tune and its remix iant.