The Entertainment Tent will have performers on Friday, September 2nd in the late afternoon, Saturday, September 3rd there will be performers most of the day, and Monday, September 5th all afternoon. Check back for a detailed scheduled.

Entertainment Bios

The Iron County Fair is pleased to welcome back our three amazing emcees from last year. These men are dedicated, hard working, and … related. They are all brothers-in-law.
Lom Guluka is our emcee for the en­tertainment tent. He is an accomplished announcer and a talented comedian. Lom keeps the whole crowd laughing in be­tween acts with his jokes and humor. We are very fortunate that he is taking time out of his busy schedule to come back and entertain us this year.
Jared Wilcken and Gary Taylor are our emcees for Iron County’s Got Tal­ent. They do a great job keeping everyone straight and on schedule.
Jared and Gary are each very musical in their own right and bring life and fun to the contest.
You can come and see these fine men in action on Friday, September 4, Saturday, September 5, and Monday, September 7. Please see the entertainment schedule for details.

Cinderella Scholarship Program – Founded in 1976, is the largest youth development program of its kind. Young girls learn how to interview, present themselves onstage, perform in front of an audience, dress for different social events and have good sportsmanship. It helps give the girls poise and confidence to accomplish greater things in their lives. The Cinderella Scholarship

Program is for girls ages 0-26. For more information, visit or email the Iron County director at [email protected].

Half Step A Cappella – A small group of professional vocalists that got together the beginning of 2015 with a goal to simply have fun singing. However, it didn’t take long as people heard them sing to be invited to perform at various venues. Half Step hopes you’ll enjoy the beauty of the human voice with them as they perform.

Color Country Winds Community Band – Comprised of 100% volunteers and includes musicians of both a professional caliber as well as less experienced players. This is a free event and accept anyone who reads music and have basic playing ability. Color Country Winds serves the community by representing the area in parades, casual community concerts and formal recitals. Some of the band’s performances include Groovefest, Heritage Theater Recital Series, Emerald Point Senior Center, Cedar City Independence Day Parade, Parowan Labor Day Parade and the Parowan Christmas Parade. Come join us playing fun music and building your skill with friends, all are welcome. Rehearsals are held at Community Presbyterian Church at 2279 Wedgewood Lane, Cedar City, Utah 84721 and be sure to like us on Facebook.

The Suitcoats – Brothers Burke, Kevin, and Brett Adams, are thrilled to come back and play their guitars and sing a few tunes under the tent in their hometown of Parowan.  Each have been playing the guitar since their teenage years.  They enjoy writing/recording their own songs and playing some of their favorites by other groups.  Performances from the past have included songs by Jimmy Eat World, Plain White T’s, Guster, Weezer, some oldies, originals, and more.

West Coast Jazz Players – The West Coast Jazz Players pay tribute to the greatest musicians of the 1950’s jazz scene! Miles Davis, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, John Coltrane, Clifford Brown, Paul Desmond, Bill Evans, are just of few of the artists WCJP cover. We can even feature songs of the best vocalist from that era.

The WCJP is made up of five professional musicians all of whom have been teaching and performing in jazz bands for 20 to 50 years. As of 2008, we all reside in Southern Utah because we love the laid-back lifestyle. But we’ve play everywhere from Tokyo, Japan to Las Vegas, Nevada and plan to continue playing wherever we can! WCJP is committed to the preservation of the unique jazz style called West Coast Jazz.

High Dollar – High Dollar is from Cedar City Utah and mostly a classic rock band the band was formed about 3 years ago after the three brothers had been performing for family reunions weddings funerals birthdays and the balloons and tunes battle of the bands in Kanab and talent shows and other occasions. The oldest is self taught then later he taught the other two boys. Starting from the oldest to the youngest is Colton Twitchell, Nolan Twitchell and Jeremy Twitchell.

Off the Cuff – Off the Cuff, which prides itself on being the most affordable and family friendly entertainment in town, has been a part of the Cedar City community for the past 6 year. Composed of some of the best improvisers in the state of Utah, company members have been trained by some of the comedic greats. The company has worked closely with the Second City of Chicago and Charna Halpern. They are available for improve workshops as well as booking opportunities for a variety of events including corporate conferences, small parties, etc. Be sure to check them out at They look forward to seeing you at their show in the entertainment tent.

Late for Dinner – hey call us Late for Dinner…and, boy, we don’t like it at all!  We – Garret Carson (vocals, guitar), his son Silas Carson (vocals, bass guitar) and his sister Heather Shurtleff (vocals, percussion-kind of ) –  have been singing together for about 4 years. Well, a lot longer than that if you count sitting in the front room just having a lot of fun!  Our music ranges from folk to classic rock to contemporary, something for everyone. 

David Anderson – David Anderson is a home grown Utah boy who has always had a love for music. David started his musical endeavors as a drummer, but when his father asked him to jockey race horses he traded his drums for a guitar because the drums couldn’t be packed in the horse trailer. Since his teenage years David has continued to play and use his talent to cultivate his love of western music.
Today David is currently the President of the Western Music Association, Utah Chapter and he loves to share his music with anyone who will listen. David has entertained audiences all across the Western United States at county fairs, festivals, parties and assisted living centers. He has acquired several awards including male vocalist of the year for the Utah chapter of the WMA, and the Golden Note award from Cowboy Poets of Idaho. He has also been nominated for songwriter of the year and song of the year for the WMA. David is singing the classics as well as putting his own western experiences to song to help keep cowboy music alive.
When he isn’t playing his guitar David is a professional Zamboni driver who enjoys horseback riding and spending time with his family.

Color Country Cloggers – The Color Country Cloggers have been a favorite at the Iron Country Fair for many years. They are local kids ranging in age from 5 to 20. The group has lessons in Parowan, Cedar City and Beaver. They have won many awards and are Western National Champions. The Cloggers are excited to be a part of the entertainment at the 2015 Iron County Fair and hope to see you at their performance to help kick off the fair on Friday September 4 @ 5:45 p.m.

The Color Country Cloggers are accepting new students for the new clogging season. You can register online at The Color Country Cloggers are under the direction of Debbie Johnson and Heather Mineer.

Clique – Southern Utah’s original Rock ’n Roll band, will be performing on Monday at noon in the entertainment tent. They started playing together in 1967 while in high school-took about 40 years off-and reunited in 2007. Made up of local residents, they play classic rock from the 60s and 70s. The total combined ages of the group is somewhere between 300-500 years old. Come for a lot of good fun.

Verse 2 – Verse 2 follows up its debut performance at the fair last year with a few changes. Now a trio composed of Callie Basset, Millie Johnson and Heather Shurtleff, with Sandra Gale on the piano and CaryLee Zwang at the drums, this group continues to bring great old favorites to fair audiences. Plumbing the last 70 decades for music that is perennially popular, they will be sure to please audiences of all ages.

Cheryl Johnson Hollingshead and Amy Wilkey – Cheryl Johnson Hollingshead and Amy Wilkey are a mother-daughter duo from Parowan. They have been singing together since Amy was 3 years old. They enjoy singing all kinds of music especially country. Amy currently teaches 2nd grade at Parowan Elementary School. Cheryl recently married long-time Parowan resident, Leon Hollingshead, and works at Parowan High School as an aide. They are looking forward to singing at the fair again this year.

4H Talent Show – 4-H is more than just cows and cookin’! Come enjoy the talents of youth representing all ages and many 4-H project areas. Youth may perform in any category such as variety, instrumental, vocal and piano. It’s a new group every year.