THIS year’s PKD Festival is set to make you feel Whole Again as Atomic Kitten and S Club perform live in West Fife.

The Rosyth festival takes place on Saturday with the two ‘90s pop sensations taking to the stage alongside a number of notable acts from years gone by.

B*Witched and boy band A1 will also play to the crowd at Rosyth Civil Service Club, after outgrowing their former home in Dalgety Bay.

After originally starting in 2008 as a homemade go-kart event, known as the Push Kart Derby, the event has grown, with last year’s event a sell-out.

The family-friendly day of music, motors, food and fun attracted a crowd of 5,000.

The festival features a kids’ zone with Scotland's largest inflatable, motorbike show, food and drink and an American Football display team.

Speaking to the Press following the announcement of the music line-up, organiser Mark Bennett was delighted to confirm the star names.

“When we first started, Big Country were our first big name,” he said.

“The whole idea was to make it bigger and make it better every year.

“The boys from A1 have reformed quite recently and they have the same management company as B*Witched.

“They asked if we would be interested in bringing them in and we said, yes, we will have some of that and the response has been nuts.

“We then thought what can be done to turn this into something people are going to remember forever and we were offered the chance of Atomic Kitten.

“It doesn’t matter if you are born in the ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s or noughties, everyone knows who Atomic Kitten are.

“We were offered the chance and thought, let’s go for it, and they have just confirmed. It will be the original three girls.”

The Atomic Kitten line-up will consist of original members Kerry Katona, Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton, who originally formed in 1998, while S Club will be made up of three of the original seven members, Tina, Brad and Jo, and the S Club dancers.

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