Kadayawan Festival is being celebrated every 3rd Week of August. The festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of living. The festival is celebrated with street dancing in colorful costumes. A variety of tribes parade the streets with their tribal costumes and jewelry. There is also the horsefight, an animal show similar to the bullfight in Spain. The Moriones is held on Holy Week on the island of Marinduque. The participants use masks to depict the Roman soldiers and Syrian mercenaries within the story of the Passion of the Christ. The Moriones refers to the masked and costumed penitents who march around the town for seven days searching for Longinus. The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is an annual event that occurs between January and February in Clark Freeport Zone. It features multicolored hot air balloons from around the world. The festival, held during the month of February, was created as a tribute to the city's flowers and as a way to rise up from the devastation of the 1990 Luzon earthquake. The festival includes floats that are covered mostly with flowers, and street dancing, presented by dancers clad in flower-inspired costumes. The Masskara Festival held every third weekend of October is a celebration which has earned for Bacolod the title "City of Smiles". Major activities include the MassKara Queen beauty pageant, carnivals, drum and bugle corps competitions, food festivals, sports events, musical concerts, agriculture-trade fairs, garden shows, and other special events organized every year. San Fernando is famous for being the site of the crucifixion ceremony that takes place on Good Friday each year. It includes a passion play culminating with the actual nailing of at least three penitents to a wooden cross atop the makeshift Calvary. The penitents are taken down when they feel cleansed of their sin. The Pahiyas Festival is celebrated every year on May 15. It is in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers in the Philippines. The Ati-Atihan Festival is a feast held annually in honor of the Santo Nino (Infant Jesus), concluding on the third Sunday of January. The festival consists of dance, music, and parade along the street. The Sinulog is an annual cultural and religious festival held on the third Sunday of January. The Sinulog commemorates the Filipino people's acceptance of Christianity, and their rejection of their former animist beliefs. The Dinagyang is a religious and cultural festival held on the fourth Sunday of January. It's a colorful parade coupled with a dramatization in honor of St. Nino.