It will be a celebration of all things Greek this weekend at Elizabeth Quay with the Perth Glendi Greek Festival for over two days.
There will be record smashing, dance, music, rides and lots of traditional food.  Committee member Despene Kalaf said that the Greek culture is about reconciling people.
"Glendi is Greek for party," she said.
"It's about family, friends, even non-Greeks, coming together to embrace the best of Greek culture."
Volunteers have worked for weeks to make about 8000 traditional treats like baklava in the lead for a two-day party.
And if you think you have the right steps, you can participate in attempts to break the Perth record for the biggest Zorba dance.
They hope to have more than 2,000 people involved.
The Perth Glendi Greek Festival is on 21 and 22 April at Elizabeth Quay.
Entry is $ 2, with children under 12 free.