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2010 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in 2010.
- Vice President:
- Senate President: Juan Ponce Enrile
- House Speaker:
- Chief Justice:
- Philippine Congress:
- January 5 – Senator Panfilo Lacson leaves the Philippines, shortly before charges against him were filed for being the alleged mastermind in the murder of publicist Bubby Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito as claimed by former policeman Cesar Mancao.
- January 14 – Dr. Mercedes B. Concepcion and Dr. Ernesto O. Domingo were conferred the title and rank of National Scientist for Demography and Internal Medicine, respectively.
- February 2 – Biñan becomes a city in the province of Laguna through ratification of Republic Act 9740 which was approved on October 30, 2009.
- March 4 – National Scientist Lourdes J. Cruz is recognized as one of the five laureates of L'Oreal-UNESCO Awards for Women in Science for the discovery of conotoxins produced by certain marine snails that can serve as painkillers and pharmaceutical probes to study brain function.
- June 13 – Thomas S. Monson dedicates the Cebu City Philippines Temple.
- June 30 –
- Benigno S. Aquino III is inaugurated as the 15th President of the Philippines at the Quirino Grandstand.
- The Bataan Export Processing Zone (BEPZ) or Bataan Economic Zone (BEZ), the first official economic zone in the Philippines and located in Mariveles, Bataan, became Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB), with Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) turned over the zone's operations and management to Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), as a result of the implementation of Freeport Area of Bataan Act (Republic Act 9728) which was enacted into law on October 23, 2009 during the administration of Benigno Aquino III's predecessor, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, and pursuant to Section 28 of the said law.
- July 14 – Typhoon Conson, locally known as Basyang, hits Metro Manila.
- July 26 – President Benigno S. Aquino III delivers his first State of the Nation Address (SONA).
- August 2 – Ivan Padilla, leader of a notorious carjacking group, is killed following a shootout with law enforcers in Makati.
- August 18 – A bus bound for La Union plunges into a 150-foot deep ravine in Sablan, Benguet, killing 42 passengers and injured 9 others including the driver and the conductor.
- August 23:
- Hostage-taking incident in Quirino Grandstand. This incident causes the straining of ties between Hong Kong and the Philippines.
- The Supreme Court reinstates its November 18, 2008 ruling which declared unconstitutional the cityhood laws of Baybay, Leyte; Bogo, Cebu; Catbalogan, Samar; Tandag, Surigao del Sur; Lamitan, Basilan; Borongan, Eastern Samar; Tayabas, Quezon; Tabuk, Kalinga; Bayugan, Agusan del Sur; Batac, Ilocos Norte; Mati, Davao Oriental; Guihulngan, Negros Oriental; Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte; El Salvador, Misamis Oriental; Carcar, Cebu and Naga, Cebu causing these cities to become regular municipalities again.
- August 31 – Filipino physicists Christopher Bernido and Ma. Victoria Carpio-Bernido are among this year's recipients of the Ramon Magsaysay Awards.
- September 26 – An explosion rocks the De La Salle University in Manila during the last day of the 2010 Bar Exams.
- September 30 – Activist, artist and tour guide Carlos Celdran is arrested for shouting and bearing a sign with the word "Dámaso" at the Manila Cathedral during an ecumenical service, to protest the bishops' stance against abortion and contraception.
- October 18 – Typhoon Megi, locally known as Juan, hits northern Luzon. It was among the most intense tropical cyclones ever recorded.
- October 25 – Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections are held in the Philippines.
- November 23 – Department of Tourism (DOT) Undersecretary Vicente Romano III officially resigns his post, as a result of a controversial tourism promotion campaign called "Pilipinas Kay Ganda".
- November 30 – Former policeman Gerardo Biong, convicted in the Vizconde massacre case, is freed after 15 years of imprisonment. Biong is found guilty of burning bedsheets and tampering with other evidence in the crime.
- December 6 – The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) creates a tracker team to hunt down Senator Panfilo Lacson. The team was composed of members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
- December 7 – The Supreme Court (SC) declares as "unconstitutional" Executive Order No. 1, creating the Truth Commission. The Philippine Truth Commission was created by President Benigno Aquino III and tasked to investigate cases of graft and corruption during the Arroyo administration.
- December 10 – President Benigno S. Aquino III orders the release of "Morong 43" (43 health workers arrested as suspected communist rebels in February 2010), saying their rights were violated.
- December 14 – Hubert Webb and six other convicted in the Vizconde massacre case are acquitted by the Supreme Court, based primarily on inconsistent testimonies of witness Jessica Alfaro during trial.
- December 16 – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines) announces the release of new peso bills and presented their new design.
- December 20 – After seven years in detention, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is released from jail.
On December 11, 2009, Republic Act No. 9849 declared Eidul Adha as a regular holiday. Also amending Executive Order No. 292, also known as The Administrative Code of 1987, the following are regular and special days shall be observed. The EDSA Revolution Anniversary was proclaimed since 2002 as a special nonworking holiday. On February 25, 2004, Republic Act No. 9256 declared every August 21st as a special nonworking holiday to be known as Ninoy Aquino Day. Note that in the list, holidays in bold are "regular holidays" and those in italics are "nationwide special days".
- January 1 – New Year's Day
- February 25 – EDSA Revolution Anniversary
- April 1 – Maundy Thursday
- April 2 – Good Friday
- April 9 – Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor)
- May 1 – Labor Day
- June 12 – Independence Day
- August 21 – Ninoy Aquino Day
- August 29 – National Heroes Day
- September 9 – Eidul Fitr
- November 1 – All Saints Day
- November 15 – Eid al-Adha
- November 30 – Bonifacio Day
- December 25 – Christmas Day
- December 30 – Rizal Day
- December 31 – Last Day of the Year
In addition, several other places observe local holidays, such as the foundation of their town. These are also "special days."
Highest grossing Filipino films for the year.
|1||My Amnesia Girl||Star Cinema||₱144.8 million|
|2||Miss You Like Crazy||Star Cinema||₱143.25 million|
|3||Here Comes The Bride||Star Cinema, OctoArts Films & Quantum Films||₱116 million|
|4||Petrang Kabayo||Viva Films||₱115.2 million|
|5||You To Me Are Everything||Regal Films and GMA Films||₱102.42 million|
|6||Babe, I Love You||Star Cinema and VIVA Films||₱96.34 million|
|7||Si Agimat at Si Enteng Kabisote||GMA Films, MZet Productions, OctoArts Films, Imus Productions, APT Entertainment||₱86.7 million|
|8||Paano Na Kaya||Star Cinema||₱82.25 million|
|9||Hating Kapatid||Viva Films||₱81.97 million|
|10||Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!)||Star Cinema||67.9 million|
|Released||Title||Directed by||Cast||Film Outfit||Genre|
|January 27||Paano Na Kaya||Ruel S Bayani||Kim Chiu, Gerald Anderson, Melissa Ricks||Star Cinema||Romantic comedy|
|February 17||Marino||Paul Sta Ana||Allen Dizon, Ara Mina, Bangs Garcia, Krista Ranillo||CDP Events & Entertainment Production and ATD Entertainment Production||Drama|
|February 17||Ben & Sam||Mark Shandii Bacolod||Ray An Dulay, Jess Mendoza||Ignatius Film Productions||LGBT|
|February 24||Miss You Like Crazy||Cathy Garcia Molina||Bea Alonzo, John Lloyd Cruz, Maricar Reyes||Star Cinema||Drama|
|February 26||Pitas||Joey Romero||Sid Lucero, Kristel Moreno, Bembol Roco, Rio Locsin||Legaslas Entertainment||Drama|
|March 10||The Red Shoes||Raul Jorolan||Nikki Gil, Marvin Agustin||Unitel Production||Romantic Drama|
|March 10||Bakal Boys||Ralston Jover||Gina Pareño||Apogee Productions||Drama|
|March 10||Parisukat||Jonison Fontanos||Toffee Calma, Jeff Tatsuro||Ignatius Films||LGBT|
|March 17||Santuaryo||Monti Parungao||Basti Romero, Justin Dizon, Nicos Bacani, Gino Quintana, A.J. Ona and Ralph Mateo||Climax Productions||LGBT, Thriller|
|March 22||Romeo & Juliet||Adolfo B Alix Jr||Alessandra De Rossi||Kisapmata Productions||Drama|
|April 3||Babe, I Love You||Mae Czarina Cruz||Anne Curtis, Sam Milby||Star Cinema and VIVA Films||Romance|
|April 21||Working Girls||Jose Javier Reyes||Eugene Domingo, Ruffa Gutierrez, Bianca King, Cristine Reyes, Iza Calzado, Jennylyn Mercado, Eula Valdez||GMA Films, VIVA Films and Unitel Pictures||Comedy|
|April 28||D'Survivors||Adolfo B Alix Jr||Rocky Salumbides, Daniel Matsunaga, K Brosas, Akihiro Sato, Fabio Ide||Astral Productions||Comedy|
|May 5||You To Me Are Everything||Mark Reyes||Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes||Regal Films and GMA Films||romantic comedy|
|May 7||Pulupot||Monti Parungao||Gio Gapas, Justin de Leon & Echo Caceres||Treemount Pictures||LGBT|
|May 12||Here Comes The Bride||Chris Martinez||Angelica Panganiban, Eugene Domingo, John Lapus, Tuesday Vargas, Tom Rodriguez & Jaime Fabregas||Star Cinema, OctoArts Films and Quantum Films||Comedy|
|May 26||Noy||Dondon Santos||Coco Martin, Erich Gonzales, Cherry Pie Picache, Baron Geisler, Joem Bascon & Vice Ganda||CineMedia & Star Cinema||Historical|
|June 2||Fling||Hans Salazar||Rafael Rosell, Jacq Yu & Lara Morena||romantic comedy|
|June 9||Emir||Chito Roño||Francesca Farr, Dulce, Julia Clarete & Jhong Hilario||CCP, Film Council of the Philippines & Viva Films||Drama, Musical|
|June 16||I'll Be There||Maryo J delos Reyes||KC Concepcion, Gabby Concepcion & Jericho Rosales||Star Cinema||Drama|
|June 23||Lagpas: Ikaw, Ano'ng Trip Mo?||Hedji Calagui||Dennis Torres, Rob da Silva, Dustin Jose||Cody Entertainment Production||LGBT|
|July 14||Cinco||Frasco Mortiz, Enrico Santos, Cathy Garcia-Molina, Ato Bautista & Nick Olanka||Maja Salvador, Pokwang, Jodi Sta. Maria-Lacson, Mariel Rodriguez, Zanjoe Marudo, Rayver Cruz, AJ Perez, Sam Concepcion, Robi Domingo||Star Cinema||Horror|
|July 21||Hating Kapatid||Wenn V. Deramas||Sarah Geronimo, Judy Ann Santos & Luis Manzano||Viva Films||Comedy|
|August 18||In Your Eyes||Mac Alejandre||Claudine Barreto, Anne Curtis & Richard Gutierrez||Viva Films & GMA Films||Drama|
|August 25||Mamarazzi||Joel Lamangan||Eugene Domingo, Diether Ocampo, John Lapus, Andi Eigenmann & Carla Abellana||Regal Films||Comedy|
|September 1||Sa 'yo Lamang||Laurice Guillen||Lorna Tolentino, Bea Alonzo, Christopher de Leon, Diether Ocampo, Coco Martin, Shaina Magdayao, Enchong Dee, Empress & Miles Ocampo||Star Cinema||Drama|
|September 8||Two Funerals||Gil Portes||Tessie Tomas, Xian Lim, Jeffrey Quizon, Mon Confiado, Robert Arevalo & Princess Manzon||Cinema One Originals||Drama|
|September 29||I Do||Veronica B Velasco||Erich Gonzales, Enchong Dee, Pokwang, Dennis Padilla, Melai Cantiveros, Jason Francisco & Nash Aguas||Star Cinema||Romantic comedy|
|October 13||White House||Topel Lee||Gabby Concepcion, Iza Calzado, Maricar Reyes, Lovi Poe, Megan Young, Joem Bascon, Sarah Lahbati, Janus del Prado & Richard Quan||Regal Films||Horror|
|October 13||Petrang Kabayo||Wenn V Deramas||Vice Ganda||Viva Films||Comedy|
|October 22||Lilay: Darling of the Crowd||Andrew Kho||Kenjie Garcia||Sparks International Production||LGBT|
|October 27||Till My Heartaches End||Jose Javier Reyes||Kim Chiu & Gerald Anderson||Star Cinema||Romantic drama|
|October 27||Laruang Lalake||Jay Altarejos||Richard Quan, Marco Morales, Arjay Carreon and Mark Fabillar||Lexuality Productions||LGBT|
|November 24||My Amnesia Girl||Cathy Garcia-Molina||John Lloyd Cruz, Toni Gonzaga||Star Cinema||Romantic comedy|
|December 10||Pinoy Scout||Neal Tan||Sam Concepcion||Exogain Productions||Drama|
|December 25||Si Agimat at Si Enteng Kabisote||Tony Y. Reyes||Bong Revilla Jr, Vic Sotto||GMA Films, MZet Productions, OctoArts Films, Imus Productions, APT Entertainment||Comedy fantasy|
|December 25||Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!)||Wenn V. Deramas||Ai-Ai de las Alas, Eugene Domingo||Star Cinema||Comedy|
|December 25||Dalaw||Jerry Lopez Sineneng, Dondon Santos||Kris Aquino, Diether Ocampo||Star Cinema, CineMedia Entertainment||horror-suspense|
|December 25||Shake, Rattle & Roll XII||Zoren Legaspi, Topel Lee, Jerrold Tarog||Shaina Magdayao, Ricky Davao, Andi Eigenmann, Rayver Cruz, Carla Abellana, Sid Lucero||Regal Entertainment Inc.||horror-suspense|
|December 25||RPG: Metanoia||Louie Suarez||Zaijan Jaranilla, Aga Muhlach, Vhong Navarro, Eugene Domingo, Mika Dela Cruz, Jairus Aquino, Basty Alcances||Star Cinema||Animation|
|December 25||Super Inday and the Golden Bibe||Mike Tuviera||Marian Rivera, Jake Cuenca, Pokwang, John Lapus||Regal Entertainment||Fantasy|
|December 25||Rosario||Albert Martinez||Jennylyn Mercado, Dennis Trillo, Dolphy, Sid Lucero, Isabel Oli, Yul Servo||Cinemabuhay International, Studio5||Drama|
|December 25||Father Jejemon||Frank Gray Jr||Dolphy||RVQ Productions||Comedy|
This includes music albums of all kinds released this year, concerts and formations (band or new singers).
- January 28 – Unforgettable – Gabby Concepcion (Warner Music Philippines)
- February 13 – Juris – Juris (Star Records)
- March 17 – Try Love – Joanna Ampil (Sony Music Entertainment Philippines)
- March 23 – Eto Pa! – Brownman Revival (Sony Music Entertainment Philippines)
- June 5 – In Love & War – Francis Magalona & Ely Buendia (Sony Music Entertainment Philippines)
- September 6 – Middle-Aged Juvenile Novelty Pop-Rockers – Parokya Ni Edgar (Universal Records Philippines)
- January 10 – Sharon Cuneta: The Mega Birthday Concert, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- February 5–7 – 4minute Live at SM Supermalls
- February 6 – Musicfest 2010: Kris Allen, JabbaWockeeZ and Boyce Avenue Live at Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
- February 26–27 – Toni Gonzaga: Love Is..., live at the Music Museum
- February 27 – Backstreet Boys – This Is Us World Tour Live at the Araneta Coliseum
- March 5–6 – Nina, live at the Music Museum
- March 6 – FT Island Manila 2010 Showcase – F.T. Island (PICC Plenary Hall)
- March 9 – Paramore Live in Manila!- SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds
- March 12–13 – Christian Bautista: Romance Revisited – Christian Bautista (Music Museum)
- March 14 – Owl City, live at TriNoma Mindanao Open Parking Area
- March 25–27 – Cobra Starship: Live at Ayala Malls
- March 27 – Changing Lives: Justin Timberlake, Timbaland and Jojo live at SM Mall of Asia Open Grounds
- March 28 – Tom Jones, live at Araneta Coliseum
- April 10 – Super Junior: Live at the Araneta Coliseum
- April 17 – Pulp Summer Slam 2010 feat. Lamb of God and Testament: Live at Amoranto Stadium
- May 1 – Kelly Clarkson, live at Araneta Coliseum
- May 2 – Tears For Fears, live at Araneta Coliseum
- May 4 – Allison Iraheta, live at Robinson's Place Manila
- May 15 – Then & Now; feat. All-4-One, JoJo, Diana King, SWV, VFactory, TQ, P.M. Dawn etc. live at SM Mall of Asia Open Grounds
- May 17 – Protest Broadcast: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- May 27 – Dashboard Confessional, live at TriNoma Mindanao Open Parking Area
- June 14 – U-KISS: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- June 19 – K-Pop meets P-Pop, feat. U-KISS, Pop Girls and XLR8, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- June 22 – Engelbert Humperdinck, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- June 25 – Air Supply, live at SMX Convention Center
- July 9 – Usher, live at SM Mall of Asia open grounds
- July 15–17 – Charice, live at the Eastwood City malls
- July 16 – As 1 The Repeat, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- July 23–25 – Jason Derulo, live at the Ayala Malls
- July 27 – The Lettermen and The Cascades, live in Manila
- July 30–August 1 – One Way live at SM Supermalls
- July 31 – La Diva Unleashed, live at the Music Museum
- August 13 – Boyz II Men, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- August 21 – La Diva Unleashed: The Repeat; feat. Harry Santos, Gian Magdangal and Jan Nieto, live at the Music Museum
- September 3 – Jay Sean, live at the Araneta Coliseum
- September 10 – ASAP Sessionistas live in General Santos City
- September 11:
- September 11, 18 & 25 – Billy Crawford in 25 B.C., live at the Music Museum
- September 16, 17, 22, 23, 29 & 30 – Gary V in Soul in Motion, live at the Music Museum
- September 18:
- September 24–25 – Erik Santos: The Power of One, live at the Meralco Theater
- October 1 – John Mayer, live at SM Mall of Asia open grounds
- October 3 – Jay Park, live at SMX Convention Center Hall 1
- October 7 – Just Jade: Jade Ecleo feat. Jay-R and Dingdong Avanzado, live at Metro Concert Bar
- October 8 – Ogie Alcasid and Ryan Cayabyab: Ogie & Mr. C, live at the PICC Plenary Hall
- October 10 – Adam Lambert, live at SM Mall of Asia open grounds
- October 15 – Tanduay Rhum Rock Fest, live at SM Mall of Asia open grounds
- October 15–17 – Pokwang: Endangered Species, live at Aliw Theater
- October 16:
- October 17 – The Cascades: live at the PAGCOR Theater
- October 22 – Taylor Swift live in Manila (cancelled)
- October 23 – David Foster and Friends feat. Natalie Cole, Ruben Studdard, Peter Cetera, Charice and The Canadian Tenors: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- October 30 – Pointen live at SM Bacoor
- November 6 – Hatebreed: live at World Trade Center, Pasay
- November 12 – Richard Poon – The Crooner: live at the PICC Plenary Hall
- November 13 – Faithfully...Jovit Baldivino: live at the Aliw Theater
- November 16 – David Archuleta live at SM North EDSA
- November 18 – Gin Blossoms: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- November 18 – December 4: Magsimula Ka: live at the Music Museum
- November 19 – Ai-Ai delas Alas – Akin Ang Tronong 'To!: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- November 26 – Imelda Papin & Dionisia Pacquiao: live at Araneta Coliseum
- November 27:
- November 28 – Jed Madela: A Classic Christmas, live at the Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World
- November 29 – Jay-R & Kyla: Soulmates, live at the Music Museum
- December 3 – Ugat the Legends of Pinoy Rock: live at Araneta Coliseum
- December 7 – G-Force: About Phase: live at San Juan Gym
- December 9 – IDO4: live at the Araneta Coliseum
- December 10 – Bone Thugs n Harmony: live at SMX Convention Center
- December 16–19 – The Little Big Club: live at the Aliw Theater
- 100 Percent
- February 13, Boxing – Nonito Donaire won against Manuel Vargas via knockout in the third round to retain the interim WBA super flyweight title
- March 13, Boxing – Manny Pacquiao defeats Joshua Clottey, controlling the fight from start to finish and winning by unanimous decision. This was the first boxing match held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, drawing more than 41,000 people. This was Pacquiao's first defense of his newly awarded WBO welterweight title.
- September 12, Cheerleading – The UP Pep Squad won the UAAP Cheerdance Competition. FEU Tamaraws placed second, while the UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe placed third.
- September 30 – UAAP Season 73: Ateneo Blue Eagles was the 3-peat Championship Crown Against FEU Tamaraws with the final score 65–62.
- October 15 – NCAA Season 86: San Beda Red Lions wins championship again after defeating San Sebastian Golden Stags in 2009.
- November 12–27, Multi Sport Event – The Philippines is participating at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
- November 13, Boxing – In a unanimous decision, Manny Pacquiao defeated Antonio Margarito and claimed the vacant WBC Super Welterweight boxing championship.
- December 4, Boxing: – Nonito Donaire won against Wladimir Sidorenko via knockout in the fourth round to win the vacant WBC Continental Americas bantamweight title.
- December 6, Football: – The Philippines national football team defeated Vietnam by the score of 2–0 in the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup, in what is considered one of the biggest upsets ever recorded in the regional tournament.
- February 11 – Yuan Francisco, child actor
- February 19 – Alonzo Muhlach, child actor
- March 11 – Ashley Cabrera, child actress
- June 16 – Angelica Ulip, actress
- September 15 – Robbie Wachtel, child actor, print ad and commercial model
- October 1 – Onyok Pineda, child actor
- October 14 – Leanne Bautista, child actress
- January 6 – Mila Ocampo, former actress and mother of Snooky Serna (b. 1941)
- January 18 – Celestino Tugot, Filipino professional golfer
- January 19 – Cerge Remonde, former Press Secretary (b. 1958)
- February 14 – Josie Lichauco, former DOTC Secretary (b. 1934)
- February 21 – Albader Parad, senior leader of Abu Sayyaf, Islamic rebels
- February 26 – Oscar Obligacion, veteran comedian (b. 1924)
- February 28 – Boy Mayor, former Jueteng whistle blower (b. 1954)
- March 5 – Marco Polo Garcia, former child star (b. 1970)
- March 15:
- March 25 – Tan Chu Lim, founder and chairman Emeritus of LCC Malls (b. 1906)
- April 7 – Philip Medel, suspect in Nida Blanca case
- April 12:
- Palito (Reynaldo Hipolito), veteran comedian (b. 1934)
- Miguel Cinches, former Bishop of Surigao from 1973 to 2001 (b. 1932)
- April 18 – Ricardo Marata, former PBA guard (b. 1964)
- April 22 – Fred Panopio, folk singer (b. 1941)
- April 27 – Armando Sanchez, former Batangas governor (b. 1953)
- April 29 – Jojo Acuin, popular psychic of the stars (b. 1957)
- May 3 – Florencio Campomanes, Filipino chess player, President Emeritus of FIDE (b. 1927)
- May 17 – Raffy P. Nantes, former governor of Quezon (b. 1957)
- June 13 – Emilio Macias, Filipino politician, Governor of Negros Oriental (b. 1933)
- June 14 – Desidario Camangyan, radio journalist (b. 1952)
- June 16 – Joselito Agustin, Filipino radio journalist (b. 1976)
- June 30 – Fran Ribaño, fashion designer (b. 1966)
- July 1 – Francisco F. Claver, Filipino Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Malaybalay (1969–1984). (b. 1928)
- July 10 – Adelina Barrion, Filipino entomologist and geneticist
- July 22:
- July 23 – Prospero Luna, comedian-actor (b. 1931)
- July 25 – Redford White (Cipriano Cermeno II), actor and comedian (b. 1955)
- August 1 – Orlando Olgado, Filipino actor TV and radio anchor (b. 1942)
- August 8 – Charlie Davao, Filipino actor, father of actor Ricky Davao (b. 1934)
- August 11 – Margaret Jao-Grey, Filipino journalist and columnist Philippine Star and Business Mirror (b. 1952)
- August 16 – Nestor Escaño, Radyo Patrol pioneer (b. 1933)
- August 20 – Lourdes Libres Rosaroso, Cebuano radio broadcaster (b. 1935)
- August 21 – Melody Gersbach, Binibining Pilipinas International 2009 (b. 1986)
- September 16 – Butch Albarracin, founder of Center for Pop Music Philippines (b. 1946)
- October 3 – Abraham Sarmiento, former Supreme Court Associate Justice 1987–1991 (b. 1921)
- October 7 – Metring David, actress-comedian (b. 1920)
- October 30 – Kirk Abella, Filipino actor (b. 1978)
- November 1 – Ernesto Presas, martial arts grandmaster. (b. 1945)
- November 3 – Saklolo Leano, lawyer.
- November 4 – Ophelia Alcantara Dimalanta, poet & academic, hypertension. (b. 1933)
- November 10 – Prospero Oreta, former MMDA chairman (b. 1942)
- November 15 – Leonardo Co, botanist & academic (b. 1953)
- November 16 – Wyngard Tracy, talent manager & television personality
- November 21 – Gregorio Oca, chairman of the Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines (b. 1926)
- November 29 – Hortensia Starke, former Representative from Negros Occidental (b. 1921)
- December 9 – Felix Maramba Jr., industrialist (b. 1924)
- December 19 – Leonardo Siguion Reyna, lawyer and ex-ConCon delegate (b. 1921)
- December 26 – Pablo Gomez, writer, radio announcer of DZRH and director (b. 1929)
- December 29 – Rejoice Rivera (Diane Marie Santos), singer, dancer & member of Baywalk Bodies (b. 1984)
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