The 2022 festival will be held on August 19-21, 2022  As a kickoff the festival, Helper will host a gallery stroll and concert on Thursday night, August 19th.



Culture Connection Presents Gus Clark
Thursday May 12, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium
At the tender age of 18, the northwest-born crooner Gus Clark hit out to explore the United States with a backpack and a mandolin, cutting his teeth playing on the street and traveling by freight train or the kindness of those still bold enough to pick up a hitchhiker. Emerging over 10 years later as an accomplished vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, accordion, mandolin, and more), he now pays beautiful homage to a deep well of golden-era American music traditions, ranging from pre-WWII blues to 1960s Nashville honkytonk. In a voice that combines unique sincerity with pitch-perfect emotive richness, Clark delivers classic barn-burners, good-time dance tunes, bittersweet heartbreak ballads, and his own originals. His remarkable tenor and powerful musical presence are guaranteed to both wrench hearts and propel listeners onto the dance floor, whether Clark performs solo or backed by his rock-solid honkytonk band.
Gus currently resides in the Hill Country of Texas, performing in the area’s renowned country dance bars and Americana venues and lighting up its largest festivals with a range of projects as well as national touring. Over the years, he’s shared the stage with contemporary greats and up-and-comers such as Jim Lauderdale, Dale Watson, Wayne Hancock, Rosie Flores, Charlie Crockett, Pokey LaFarge, Eilen Jewell, Cactus Blossoms, Jeremy Pinnell, Whitney Rose, Easy Leaves, Jaime Wyatt and many more

Culture Connection Presents Wedge

Thursday April 14, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium

Wedge is a new band that enjoys recreating magic of old songs that have really impressed them, spanning from 50s big band music to 70s R&B and some rock pieces like Huey Lewis and the News. All five band members are Carbon High students and members of Carbon’s Jazz Band. They all share a love of jazz and making music together, and are excited to see what the future holds.
Graydee Noyes enjoys playing music and has a love for performing. He’s very glad he’s had this opportunity to perform with his friends and can’t thank them enough.
Brenden Bryner is the drummer from Wedge. He loves playing drums in the Carbon Jazz Band and Drumline. He is very excited to be playing with his very talented peers.

Desert Thunder Raceway

2022 Schedule

April 8-9 Race

April 22-23 Feature Hobby Stocks

May 6-7 Race

May 20-21 Feature ASCS Sprint Cars

June 3-4 Race

June 24-25 Feature 305’s

July 15-16 Race

July 22-23 Feature WWMT

August 5-6 Race

August 19-20 Feature Sport Compacts

September 4-5 High Plaines Late Models

September 16-17 Feature Dwarf Mod Lights

September 22-24 The Castle Country Clash

Building Utah Conference 2022

Presented by Utah Association of Counties (UAC)

March 23-25, 2022

Carbon County Events Center

UAC is excited to host the 2022 Building Utah Conference in Carbon County this year!

This will be an educational conference and trade show involving municipal, county, and states roads departments, public works directors, engineers, mayors, councils, commissioners, GIS, administrators, state legislators and state department heads. Large machinery, cutting-edge technology and road construction equipment will also be on display. In addition to roads, we will be focusing on statewide multi-modal transit, infrastructure, the inland port, broadband technologies, electric and autonomous vehicles, transportation bonding, legislative policy and more!

USU Eastern Fan Festival!

March 18, 2022  |  7:00 pm
March 19, 2022  |  9:30 am
Jennifer Leavitt Student Center

Come experience the first convention of its kind on campus! Featuring booths from local vendors, on campus departments, photo ops, panels, fan food and more, this is an event for the ages, and one you won’t want to miss!

$15.00 – $50.00 dependent upon event participation

Price City St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Saturday, March 12, 2022


Price City Main Street

Culture Connection Presents Picky Out the Stingers

Thursday March 10, 2022 @ 7pm in the Price Civic Auditorium

Picky Out the Stingers is a four piece, acoustic string band. They play original music in styles across the bluegrass spectrum, including newgrass, country, honkytonk and more. The band draws inspiration from the original bluegrass founders, classic Americana folk, and mountain music from the South, Appalachia and the West. Based in Salt Lake, the band travels and plays festivals, events, and local hot spots around the Rocky Mountain West.

Loving Van Gogh

February 28, 2022  |  6:30 pm
Geary Event Center

Van Gogh immersive projection and movie experience. Don’t just see the painting, come experience Vincent van Gogh’s revolutionary work through projection throughout the theater, and well as the only fully hand painted film, “Loving Vincent”.

$4.00 full experience (includes light refreshments)
$1.00 movie only