The biggest event on the Tom Price social calendar is set for an epic return this year after being cancelled in 2020 because of COVID-19. The Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival has been running for more than 50 years and is an integral part of the community with a a flurry of rides, food and entertainment on offer. Plans for this year’s festival include all the fan-favourites such as the street parade; Grease, Gears and Grills; home industries event; TP Factor talent show; dog show; local cultural performances; and the Queen of the Green beauty and fashion pageant. Also returning are a number of competitions including the wearable arts competition, the photography competition, and the baking competition. A new addition to the festival is a barbecue masterclass, hosted by Pitmaster University on August 5. Festival president Kelly Camerlengo said it was amazing to have the festival return. “Everybody in town, all the businesses in town, are all offering us sponsorships just to make sure we can go ahead with it this year and can do it really well,” she said. “We are so excited. Especially due to COVID, a lot of people haven’t been out, haven’t been to events, so we are really excited to get that community spirit back up and bring everybody back together. It is a great opportunity for tourism.” King of the Mountain will be held on Sunday, July 25, the festival ball on Saturday, July 31, and the festival weekend on August 6 and 7.