Singkaban Festival is a yearly common occasion of Bulacan where Bulakenyo culture and expressions are included in seven days in length festivity. It exhibits the conventional crafts of the scholarly frame "Balagtasan", folk moves, and customary tunes known as kundiman. The fundamental concentration however, is on the singkaban, a Bulakenyo craft of making a passage curve and other enlivening materials for the most part from bamboo. The headliner of the celebration is the road move and buoy parade where agents from ious Bulacan towns, to the extent San Jose del Monte in the southeast and San Miguel in the north, travel to Malolos amid the celebration season.
These occasions exhibit Bulacan's neighborhood culture, legacy, and imaginativeness, and the different towns' entrances highlight everything Bulakenyo. The singkaban bamboo fine arts, after which the celebration was named, is a noticeable subject, particularly in the passage of Hagonoy town. The subject shows up as artists' crowns, the curve and setting of the Desposorio, and as parts of the artists' ensembles.Guiguinto's Halamanan Festival, San Ildefonso's Gulay Festival, Pandi's Baro't Saya Festival, Plaridel's Goto Festival, San Jose del Monte's Camotes Festival, Bustos' Minasa Festival, and Baliwag's Buntal Hat Festival are only a portion of the neighborhood celebrations that partook in the bright road moving amid the past Singkaban celebrations.
Not at all like different well known celebrations around the Philippines which highlight Mardi Gras-style party, a large portion of Singkaban Festival sections remain consistent with the nearby culture of Bulacan. This is obvious in Singkaban's Santa Cruzan subject in which the utilization of the baro't saya, the Maria Clara-style outfit, the camisa chino, and the singkaban is plenteous.