The much anticipated
Mudpack Festival is celebrated every third weekend of June at
Mambukal Resort. The Mudpack Festival is a symbolic presentation
that seeks to instill awareness in caring for the environment.
Dancers are painted and coated with colorful mud found abundant
in the resort.
Festival is a different event as it centers on the harmony of
man and nature. The celebration features Mambukal’s distinct
multi-colored clay to stir people’s awareness of the importance
of our environment. It is a Festival of Arts and this serves as
venue where artist from all over Negros gather to exhibit their
respective artistic talents in ethnic dances, crafts and music.
here is the so-called Tinabu-ay Festival, the town annual celebration
of good harvest and thanksgiving. It is a 9-day religious-cultural
folk festival depicting the town's market day and highlighting
its agricultural products. It is also a celebration in honor of
the birthday of the Immaculate Conception, the patron saint of
“Victory Day” celebrating every September 9, wherein
the Japanese soldiers surrendered to the Americans in Barangay
Santa Rosa, commemorating the heroism and patriotism of native
soldiers during the Second World War.