Fans can join host Jasper Carrott as Toyah Wilcox and Don Maclean take their place on the Birmingham Walk Of Stars.
Birmingham Council leader, Councillor John Clancy, will present Walk of Stars Awards to singer and actress Toyah and comedian and actor Maclean. Both artists will also perform at the show.
Toyah was born in Kings Heath, Birmingham. She went to the Old Rep Drama School after which she got her first lead role with the BBC. Her eclectic acting profession included hits such as Quadrophenia. Aside from her acting career, Toyah is famous for her music, with her most popular songs including It's A Mystery and Cabaret.
Maclean (MBE), was born in Birmingham. His first television appearance was on Crossroads and, after appearing in Carry On Columbus, Don presented BBC Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday for 16 years.
Toyah said: "I am thrilled to be receiving a star on the Birmingham Walk of Stars. Having spent my childhood and teenage years in this great city I developed my love of music and theatre here thanks to all the great music venues and theatres available within the one city."
Maclean added: "I'm thrilled to be recognised with other Brummies by the great City of Birmingham, the centre of the world and the hubcap of the nation."
The Birmingham Walk Of Stars was launched by Ozzy Osbourne in 2007 and also features Carrott, Noddy Holder, sports commentator Murray Walker, comedian Frank Skinner, actress Julie Walters, actor and comic Sir Lenny Henry, singers Beverley Knight and Joan Armatrading, broadcaster Chris Tarrant, BRB boss David Bintley, motor racer Nigel Mansell, ELO leader Jeff Lynne and more.