Talaba mo diha! Get ready to indulge in a shellfish extravaganza at the Talaba Festival in Ilog, Negros Occidental! Starting at 11 AM today, fresh talaba or oysters will be served for all festival-goers to savor.

Photo from Municipality of Ilog on Facebook

The festival serves as a celebration of Ilog’s resilience and recovery after the challenges brought by Typhoon Odette in 2021. With oyster farming being the town’s livelihood, it’s only fitting to honor each year’s bountiful harvest with a grand feast.

Photo from Municipality of Ilog on Facebook
Photo from Municipality of Ilog on Facebook

Joining the festivities means joining the community in a traditional communal lunch, where talaba is served on long bamboo tables. With a first-come, first-serve policy, early birds will snag the best eating spots, so arrive on time!

But the fun doesn’t stop there! After the feast, prepare to be entertained with lively performances during the program and variety shows. From singing to dancing, the townspeople will showcase their talents, guaranteeing a day filled with joy and celebration.

So, pack your bags and head to the festival for a spontaneous adventure! After indulging in fresh talaba, you

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