Minuluan Festival is situated in Talisay City, Negros Occidental. This is a yearly culture and expressions celebration praising the one of a kind personality of the Talisaynons. Held each September fourth tenth, it rouses the present age with the treasured customs and rich culture of the past and the dauntlessness of its progenitors. The Minuluan Festival is a yearly festival in celebration of the passing commemoration of the Talisay's benefactor holy person, San Nicholas de Tolentino, featuring expressions of the human experience and culture of the of Talisaynon.
The current year's subject is Isa ka handum, isa ka misyon, para sa pag asenso sang Talisaynon. Roughly deciphered as: One point, one mission, for the headway of the Talisay people. The 5-day festivity is set up with a few exercises, for example, Prinsesa sang Minulu-a, social night, visual expressions displays. Essentially, Negros Occidental's sugar industry began at the little sitio of the northern piece of the Island.
This sitio was once called Minuluan when the Malay possessed it amid the 1700's. Later that time, a Spanish cleric in the individual of Fray Fernando Cuenca led the beginning of planting seeds that were essentially foreign made from Spain. These seeds developed well in wealth on the dirt of Minuluan, which later progressed toward becoming Talisay. The seeds thrived as sugar sticks, the plant which made Negros Occidental known as the Sugar Bowl of the Philippines.