There is always something fun happening in the Corridor! Our communities love to get together and have a good time. No matter the season, we find something to celebrate - from summer arts festivals to Christmas Light Parades. Each community in the Corridor hosts events that range from celebrating the history and heritage of the region to highlighting favorite activities and attractions in the area.
Price City welcomes hundreds of mountain bikers each year to race along the trails of the Wood Hill and Butch Cassidy bike trails, as well as hosting an ever expanding calendar of family friendly festivals and events in the downtown.
The locals like to say "It's Happening in Helper" and this is in large part due to the city's year round calendar of events. The city has an active arts scene and has invested in a walk-able downtown that has parks and stages for vendors and performers. The Annual Helper Arts Festival draws visitors from around the state and beyond in the summer and the town boasts the designation os Utah's Christmas Town in winter when the Main Street is lit up for the entire holiday season! But the main event happens in early December when the community hosts a Light Parade full of illuminated floats for all to enjoy!
Wellington, one of the smaller communities in the Corridor hosts Pioneer Days in July, when everybody comes out to take part in the parades, tournaments and concerts that fill the parks and public spaces.
East Carbon also gets in on the fun with its Community Daze festival offering a full days worth of fun with a rock-a-billy flare for all to enjoy. The event offers the traditional elements like a parade, community breakfast and games, but also draws a large rock-a-billy crowd thanks to local legend Bo Huff. His cars are on display and the music will really get you swinging.