The biggest event on the Tom Price social calendar, known for its rides, food and entertainment, has been cancelled this year due to COVID-19.
The Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival announced it would not be returning in 2020 just a year after celebrating its 50th anniversary.
King of the Mountain was due to take place on July 26, while the festival ball was planned for August 1 and the festival weekend for August 7 and 8.
This year’s theme, set to be the Roaring Twenties, would be carried into 2021 allowing organisers to continue with plans and maintain partnerships with entertainers and suppliers.
Festival organisers took to social media to express their disappointment, but said community wellbeing was at the forefront of the decision.
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