There is some ripe and juicy talent, fresh from the Peel region, on the menu for this year's Musical Fruit festival.
The concert series, back for it's fifth consecutive year, aims to to showcase 100 per cent home-grown talent.
The event will round out 2019's new and improved Mandurah Arts Festival, with two days of local and original music on November 16 and 17.
Held at Keith Holmes Reserve, the tunes will be non-stop from 2-8pm on Saturday and 12-6pm on Sunday.
Organiser Dave Feenstra said his team at Bleeding Ear Music were all set for the bigger and better show.
"Musical Fruit is the jewel in the crown and the closing event of the Mandurah Arts Festival," he said.
"This is now our fifth year and I'm so glad at how the festival as evolved."
The free community event will feature two stages with a groovy backdrop of the Mandurah Marina and plenty of space to enjoy a picnic or a boogie.
On Saturday, audiences will be treated to the smooth vocals of the John Read Band to kick start the performances before singer songwriter Brooke Bugeja entertains the crowds, followed by cover artist and Motown lover Jacob Pihema and blues inspired act, Guthrie Trio.
As the sun starts to set, the dynamic sounds of Nate Lansdell will fill the airwaves as well as young indie-punk band Asparagus Soop and hip-hop artist Early Bird Mc.
Esta-Kee-Esta will take to the stage from 6pm before the headline act, alt rockers Creative Flow, finish the night with a bang.
Sunday also promises plenty of exciting entertainment with more local acts to hit the stage and show off their talent.
Folk trio Ashlea Reale & The Outlaws will fire up the crowd as the opening act with Magdalena Music and blues rockers, Kings to Thieves, to follow.
Popular acoustic cover artist Navana Funnel will continue the vibes before pop rock youngster Mitchell Martin and his band take to the stage.
Guitarist Sally Jane will bring the mellow afternoon tunes, five-piece band, The Brink promises rock 'n' roll fun and roots inspired singer songwriter Ricky Green will captivate audiences with his warm, dynamic sound.
Energetic band Camomile Queen will pick up the pace from 4pm before headline act and much-loved folk rockers, The Milkmen, round out the concert.
For more information about Musical Fruit, visit the Facebook page.