AN all-day line up of live music will be on offer in Dunfermline as Outwith Festival returns to the city.

The event will feature musicians from across West Fife and the UK and take place in seven different venues on Saturday.

Kirsten Adamson, winner of the Live Music Award at the Dunfermline Press and Central Fife Times Community Champion Awards 2023, will be performing at The Brasshouse.

The daughter of Big Country's Stuart Adamson, Kirsten honoured her dad earlier this year when she released a single titled 'My Father's Songs.'

Last year she released a single in aid of children living in war-torn Ukraine.

For the single, Peace in Our Time, Kirsten was joined by a group of youngsters for the video, who reiterate the message: "Give us peace in our time."

Her slot follows performances from Olivia Beattie and Eve Davidson at Fire Station Creative.

Olivia is a singer songwriter from Dunfermline and recently played at King Tuts in Glasgow as part of the venue's Summer Nights series.

Eve, who was a finalist for the Press' Live Music Award and is from Dalgety Bay, released her EP Ghosts last year.

In 2022 she performed at Immecke Festival in Germany and spent this summer playing at Anstruther Harbour Festival and graduating form the University of the West of Scotland.

Also representing Dunfermline and West Fife will be Sunstinger, The Sunset Spirit, Foreignfox, TamanFaya, For Pony, Sex on TV, Birrell or Biscuit, and Jupiter Strange.

Britain's Got Talent star Cammy Barnes, from Methil, is also part of the line-up.

He appeared earlier this year on the TV contest, reaching the semi-final stage.

Since then he has announced a tour across Scotland, with two sold-out dates, and released a single, Bonnie's Song.

He surprised fans by performing it on the steps of Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall last month alongside the Rock Choir.

He will be playing at the Royal British Legion on New Row.

Also from Fife are We Cry Wolf, a band from Leven who will take to the stage at McQ's at Coadys.

Headliners, who will perform for more than an hour compared to the standard half-hour set, are Welsh alternative rock band The Joy Formidable; Scots guitarist, singer and activist Steve Mason; and Bristol band PhoxJaw.

The full line-up for September 9 and stage splits are available on the Outwith Festival website and social media.

Tickets for the day are £30, £32.50 with a booking charge, and available on the website.