The Kuraldal festival is a long-time annual event, celebrated in the town of Sasmuan for over 400 years now. And although, in spite of the fact that it's a standout amongst the most bubbly and most religious occasions in Sasmuan, it isn't that popular or known in different parts of the nation. The festival is held each sixth of January for five days. On the fifth day, a "Kawakasan" or "Finale" occasion is held to end the celebrations. Be that as it may, the Kuraldal season formally begins each thirteenth of December. Aficionados, wearing brilliant, elegant outfits offer an ancestral move, influence and applaud, and hop to the tune of a metal band as a type of sacrifice and petition.
The dance procession snakes from the church, around town through the narrow streets of Santa Lucia, and finishes at the church. As indicated by numerous enthusiasts, the mix of petition and move generates faster answer from God. As on account of the Psalmist, King David, who played music, sang praises, and danced before the Lord in love and petition. Comparable in Obando, ladies who need to get pregnant offer a pious dance to Santa Lucia or Apu Lucia. It is a standout amongst the most essential celebration celebrated by the people of Sasmuan with extraordinary energy.