Irish girl band B*Witched will perform at the PKD Festival in Dalgety Bay.
The chart-toppers, who found fame in the late 1990s with hits including C’est la Vie and Blame it on the Weatherman, will join an eclectic line up at the local sports centre on July 15 next year.
Other well-known acts are expected to be added to the line-up over the festive season.
Festival organiser Mark Bennett said B*Witched was more than just a retro act.
“Their new stuff is right up there with modern day acts,” he said.
“Most people remember B*Witched for C’est la Vie but they had other hits and have released some very good albums.”
Headline acts have yet to be confirmed for the popular festival and Mr Bennett is in talks with other popular artists.
It was recently confirmed the event would be staying at Dalgety Bay Sports and Leisure Centre after fears it would have to look for a new venue.
Fife Sports and Leisure Trust has a booze ban in place on its premises, putting a question mark over bar facilities at the event.
Mr Bennett previously said he was hopeful festival goers would be able to enjoy a drink with the entertainment on offer.
However, the trust said it had not altered its policy on alcohol.
With negotiations continuing, Mr Bennett said: “Both Fife Sports and Leisure Trust and PKD Festival are on the same page.
“We both want a safe, peaceful festival like we have always had.”
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— B*Witched (@BWitchedreunion) November 5, 2016
PKD Festival recently missed out on a Scottish Outdoor Leisure Award, having been nominated in the best outdoor festival category.
The winner was Party at the Palace.
Mr Bennett said: “One thing about PKD is the amount of families who turn up and that’s what makes it different.
“That’s why we’ve never had any problems in nine years of the festival being on.
“That’s why everybody loves it and that’s why people wanted it to be in the finals of the Scottish Outdoor Leisure Awards.”
He added: “People need to get their tickets quickly, particularly for VIP and corporate boxes.”