The Inglewood Monday Night Markets will celebrate the end of a successful season with a big free family party on April 29.
Led by the energetic sounds of big brass band Junkadelic, the season finale will feature lots of free events for children including face painting, fairy floss, a puppet show, balloon twisting, giant games, tug of war and a silent disco.
From 6.30pm, Junkadelic, which takes its inspiration from traditional New Orleans street music, combines the high-powered six-piece brass band with recycled percussion, to really get the party started.
Free children's activities will centre on The Town Square from 5.30pm.
There will be a Baerlie and Friends puppet show which features the adventures of little koala Kevin, who is always up to mischief, Karen the kangaroo, Wilbur the wombat and Danni the Tasmanian devil. The show gets underway at 5.30pm and is suitable for two to eight year-olds.
Free fairy floss for the kids will come from Fun2U and there'll be clever balloon twisting from Kim Westlake at WOA: Creation Station.
A silent disco from Feisty's Silent Disco will give youngsters a chance to wear a set of headphones tuned in to their own music that nobody else can hear and start dancing to their own tune.
The final Inglewood Monday Night Markets of the season will rock to Feisty's Silent Disco.
The always popular Nix Face Painting will be on hand to add an artistic touch to little faces and arms up until 7.30pm.
The markets have proven to be an incredibly popular event this season as the public ventures out on Monday nights for a "No Cook Monday" and this will be their final chance for the current season to sample the delights of dozens of food stalls and food trucks which line Beaufort Street in Inglewood.
Diners can choose from food flavours from around the world including French, Vietnamese, Dutch, Moroccan, German, Argentine, Turkish, Korean, Thai, Italian, Arabic, Colombian, Mexican, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Egyptian, American, Malaysian, Chinese, Brazilian, Indian and many more.
The Baerlie and Friends puppet show tells the story of a mischievous little koala called Kevin.
After April 29 the markets will go into hibernation for winter until spring.
It will give mums and dads one last chance to sample delightful street food while the youngsters enjoy some free fun.
To add to the atmosphere buskers will also be playing around the markets on the final night and the popular Buskers Bar on 7th Avenue will have tables and chairs for customers to sit and eat their food while musicians keep them entertained.
The Crafted Pop Up Bar will be serving beer and cider on tap and will be featuring local wines.