People from Mandurah and the surrounding areas converged on Mandjar Square on Thursday night for Kaya Party.
The even, which opened the 2017 Western Australian Regional Arts Summit, boasted live music, food trucks and dancing and performances.
The summit will bring together WA’s regional arts sector for four days in the Peel Region.
Crowds filtered around the precinct through out the night, soaking up the free entertainment for all ages.
Performance group Pulse WA put on a show of attendees, with somersaults and tumbles thrilling onlookers.
A Hydrodome, a projection artwork made using cutting edge technology and the first development of a Stretch Arts Festival 2018 project, was a showpiece at the event.
For more informative visit www.countryartswa.asn.au/summit.