The town of Caramoran, Catanduanes, celebrated its festival with a nighttime Float Parade of Lights and Luminare Street Dance Competition.

The participants wore stunning costumes, adding to the vibrant atmosphere of the event. 

According to Mayor Glenda Aguilar, the decision to hold the parade at night was made to avoid the extreme daytime heat. Although the rainy season has begun, the heat index in the province remained high in recent days.

"Sa sobrang init po kasi kailangan po naming gumawa ng pu-pwedeng ipalit sa pang-araw," Aguilar said.

The floats were made from local materials and showcased products available in the barangays of Caramoran. 

This was the first time such a parade took place in the area.

"Pinapakita nito kung ano ang kanilang barangay, kung ano ang meron sa kanilang lugar [at] kung ano ang pwede nilang mai-offer sa kanilang lugar, kasi ang Caramoran po ay isang diverse na town," Reymond Molod, Municipal Tourism Officer, said.