The Dinengdeng Festival is the official merriment occasion of the district of Agoo, La Union, Philippines. It is held every year in summer in festivity of a dish by which its name is gotten from. One of the principle motivation behind "Dinengdeng Festival" is to advance the neighborhood tourism of the town, which is one of the set up Spanish settlements in the district. Supplanting the old topic, one of its essential farming items tobacco, the celebration has easily been related to the region. Dinengdeng is the Ilocano expression for any vegetable-stewed dish. Typically cooked in a "banga", a nearby term for a cooking earth pot being utilized by the relatives of the neighborhood pioneers in the old circumstances. Actually, the "banga" is presently restored to symbolize the celebration.
A vast cooking mud pot called "Huge Banga" is utilized amid the occasion in cooking the fundamental dish. Dinengdeng Festival supplanted the old occasion topic, Tobacco celebration. The last being excessively regular for a celebration name in the area, has been utilized by a few regions, as the yield itself turns out to be more rich and in some cases causes perplexity as there were too much "Tobacco Festivals" in the district. The neighborhood government endeavored to think of a uniqueness in its yearly occasion, principally to develop a distinguished one for the town that would advance its social and vocation esteems. With a specific end goal to lift Agoo to the line of the unmistakable celebrations in the area, for example, the Panagbenga and Bangus celebrations, the occasion has been built up.