Annual feast day of Our Lady of Piat featured by the parade of the Marian Image being revered for a considerable length of time. Each June and July, Piat wakes up with two celebrations. From June 23 to 30, the Piat Sambali Festival is held, fixated on the Sambali, a war move of the clans that were joined together and changed over to Christianity through the mediation of the Nuestra Senora de Piat. The merriments don't stop since on July 1 and 2, the devour of Nuestra Senora de Piat is praised.
The Our Lady of Piat was assigned as "Ruler of Heaven and Earth" and her congregation was pronounced a National Shrine for Catholic Philippines in a function drove by ecclesiastical delegate Most Rev. Egidio Vagnozzi. The picture of the Blessed Lady is currently enthroned at the Santuario de Nuestra de Piat which was presented the title Basilica Minore by the Vatican on June 22, 1999.
The feast day starts begins with novena petitions, masses, and admissions which this year began last June 23. Different exercises arranged in festivity of the devour day incorporate a Marian parade, rosary recitations and flower contributions, and a penitential administration. A portion of the wonders credited to the mediation of Our Lady of Piat incorporated the finish of a dry season that influenced the Itawes who relied upon their cultivating; a youngster who was cured of uncleanliness, and a kid who recuperated from insanity.