Pabirik Festival is a festival that recognizes the gold mining in the territory of Camarines Norte. This festival obliges the 400th year Foundation Anniversary of the town's Patron Saint which is the Our Lady of Candelaria. "Pabirik is a basic mining instrument utilized by the diggers of Paracale which is ordinarily comprised of a solid round wood utilized for panning a gold. This is seven days in length festivity that give the general population, visitors and aficionados look at the past culture, traditions, customs and history of the gold town of Paracale. The celebration likewise features the rich mining industry and gold items accessible in the district. The festival is featured by different games, move and road moving rivalries, social introductions and the scan for Ms. Paracale Beauty Pageant. "Pabirik" proposes the dish and methodology Paracale people use in gold panning .
During the celebrations, nourishment slows down, bazaars lined in the road of Paracale. The merchants took this risk to offer everything that they can in light of the fact that this is where there are numerous individuals wandering around the town and the vast majority of them are guests from different spots and nations. The celebration is stuffed with exercises that will doubtlessly charm the onlookers. The accompanying exercises are the followings, Battle of the Bands, Kasiyahan sa Parke, Miss Paracale Pageant and the feature of the celebration are the road march wherein the members wear vivid ensembles speaking to religious figures, anglers and gold excavators.