The show starts at 5pm, on Friday April 13, with plenty to see and do, including stalls and activities, and horticulture, cookery, photography, art and crafts exhibits.
Sideshow alley will be in full swing and the evening will end with a fireworks display followed by music by Chain Reaction.
The show continues from 10am on Saturday with more events, stalls, entertainment and displays, a dog show and many free activities for kids.
Murphy’s Lore will play at 6.30pm, followed again by a fireworks display.
The WA Historical Society and Kalamunda historical society have teamed up to provide an exhibition of historical photos and memorabilia relating to the Kalamunda Show and the Shire of Kalamunda.
All children 12 and under with an adult will be admitted to the show free of charge.
The show takes place at the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall and Kostera Oval, on the corner of Canning and Recreation Roads, Kalamunda.