The city of Malolos, Bulacan comes alive as the Sto Niño de Malolos Festival takes place on the last Sunday of January. Visitors from all over Luzon and beyond come in droves to take part in the festivities and pay homage to the Santo Niño.
The Sto Niño de Malolos Festival is held during the last Sunday of January, The biggest and largest expression of devotion to the Holy Child Jesus in the Luzon island, celebrated every last Sunday of January. The festivities begin with an exhibit of “Santo Niño” (Holy Child) and culminate in a grand procession of hundreds of folk, antique and new statues of the Holy Child in different depictions. The highlight of this festival is the hundred year-old antique miraculous image of Senor Sto Nino de Malolos.