POP duo The Cheeky Girls will be appearing at Jack Up The 80s.
There will be an opportunity to get a selfie when the Romanian twin sisters, Gabriela and Monica Irimia, take part in a meet and greet event and perform a couple of songs at the opening party night at Smallbrook Stadium on Friday, August 11.
The party will be headlined by number one ABBA tribute band, Abba Chique and features a DJ set from Wave 105s Steve Power.
Gates open from 7pm until late.
The Cheeky Girls rose to fame following an appearance on Popstars, the Rivals, leading to the release of the smash-hit Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) which has sold more than 1.2 million copies worldwide.
Jack Up The 80s is a two-day retro pop festival in its fifth year and provides a family weekend of live music, food, attractions, and kids arts and crafts stalls.
The event has helped raise £200,000 in the past two years for local charities and good causes.
The line-up for the main event over the weekend includes Aussie heart-throb, Jason Donovan, soul sensation, Alexander O’Neal, talented singer songwriter, Nik Kershaw as well as 1981 Eurovision winners, Bucks Fizz, Right Said Fred, From the Jam and The Real Thing along with special guests from the noughties, S Club.
The event will be at its new location at Smallbroook Stadium, Ryde. Shuttle buses will be provided from Ryde Esplanade and there will be a designated taxi depot on site.