A yearly festival wherein a custom move is being done pay reverence to the Holy Cross as a kind of thanksgiving for an abundant gather. The Sublian celebration, a fourteen day long festival which finishes each year on the 23rd of July, is established in the Batanguenos commitment to the town's benefactor: The Holy Cross in Bauan and Agoncillo, and the Sto. Niño in Batangas City as a kind of thanksgiving for a plentiful reap. This religious dedication meant a move from indigenous to Batangas: the Subli. Traditionaly performed to the backup of drums and droning, the Subli acclaims the Patron in a mix of verse, development and music.
Today, the Sublian celebration highlights not simply reverential move melody but rather road moving indigenous Filipino diversions, Harana serenades, the Lupakan, Awitan at Sayawan: an occasion which consolidates the sharing of Nilupak nearby delicacy made of bananas and sweet potato with society tunes and dancesand even a Malunggayan Fiesta, multi day that praises the dietary advantages of the malunggay moringa plant. The Sublian Festival likewise concurs with the city's establishing commemoration. It is one of the famous event in this country. Tourists come here from all over the world with their family and friends to enjoy this festival.