It's no longer a mystery. Eighties punk queen Toyah Willcox has been confirmed as the headline act for Sittingbourne's top music festival.
The musician, actress and TV presenter has agreed to perform at the annual Party in the Park organised by the Appleyard.
Mike Farrow, managing director of the Appleyard, said: "I've just signed the contract. She will be great."
The singer, now 64, had a top five hit with It's A Mystery in 1981 and has since had eight top 40 singles, released more than 20 albums, written two books, appeared in more than 40 stage plays and featured in 10 films.
She has also starred in panto at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre and last year performed at the Glassbox Theatre at Mid-Kent College, Medway.
Toyah has been married to King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp since 1986. During the Covid-19 lockdowns the pair released a series of Sunday Lunch video jam sessions which have taken the internet by storm.
It is not known if he will join Toyah at Sittingbourne although the pair have recently been touring together.
Last year the summer festival had to close its doors when all 3,000 tickets sold out.
It was headlined by local band Marylebone Jelly. Top Loader and The Christians had previously been booked but could not perform because of Covid. The last big name to play the festival was East 17 in 2019.
Past year's shows have featured local bands Taking Care of Vegas, The Chaucers, The Choos and the Curb Pilots.
This year's bash is on Saturday, July 1.
Tickets are £19.50 from 01795 427852.