Hinatdan Festival is celebrated in Ginatilan, Cebu, held each second seven day stretch of March. It is a festival of life and of the town's abundant gather under the graces of their benefactor holy person, San Gregorio Magno. Ginatilan is a fifth wage class region in the area of Cebu, Philippines. As per the 2010 registration, it has a populace of 15,327. In the 2013 race, it had 10,168 enlisted voters.
"Hinatdan" is taken from an old Cebuano root word "Hatod" which means to send and "Hinatdan" implies a demonstration of sending something. Ginatilan was at one time a barrio of the town of Samboan, the primary seat of the Roman Catholic Parish. Since the barrio had a considerable measure of parishioners, the fundamental ward of Samboan had broadened its religious exercises and administrations for the general population's comfort by asssigning a Spanish minister in the region.
"Hinatdan" was legitimately picked as the name of the celebration as a result of its recorded and religious esteem. It rouses and urges the townfolks to work harder and get things done for the best throughout everyday life, with the goal that the their rewards for so much hard work and commitment can be sent to the network and for them to value and be glad for. "Hinatdan" is a demonstration of good administration to God and to the Community. It is a celebration of history, a celebration of expressions and culture of Ginatilanon and a celebration of life.