DUNFERMLINE'S Outwith Festival has revealed its second wave of music acts for 2023.

The festival's all-day music event will feature more than 35 acts across seven city venues.

The first wave was announced in June and further names have now been added to the line-up.

This includes Dunfermline's Jupiter Strange and Tamanfaya.

Tamanfaya, a four-piece which started life as a "group of pals who all enjoyed rock music", released their newest EP, For the Many, Not the Few, earlier this year.

Guitarist Matt Philp, drummer Aiden O'Hara, his bassist brother Danny O'Hara and vocalist Lois Duncan formed the band when they were just 15-years-old in Dunfermline and have gone on to support artists such as The Shambolics, Paris Street Rebels, Mike Clerk, The Mosaics and Olivia Beattie.

They will be joined by fellow Fifers, The Castros at this year's festival.

Olivia Beattie has also been added to the line-up, as well as Tijuana Bibles, The Big Day, Last Boy, The New Shade, Dubinski, We Cry Wolf, Nani, Secadeth, Birrell or Biscuit and The Sunset Spirit.

The team of volunteers behind Outwith Festival were the recipients of this year's Community Champion Judges' Award for their efforts to "promote, nurture and encourage local talent, while at the same time, raising the profile of Dunfermline and celebrating its cultural heritage."

The six day festival will run from Wednesday, September 6, until Sunday, September 10, offers a huge variety of arts with film, visual art, and classical music as well as food and foraging events.

The all-day music event will take place on September 9 and tickets are available via Eventbrite.