The Human League's debut album Storm was released in 1981
The 2011 Rewind Festival line-up announcement has revealed the headliners will be Holly Johnson and The Human League.
The two-dayer in Henley-on-Thames is the world's biggest 80s music festival and takes place this year on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 August.
The line-up includes Haircut 100, fronted by Henley's Nick Heyward.
Back by popular demand are pop legends Billy Ocean, Kim Wilde, Howard Jones and Nik Kershaw.
The third Rewind Festival features a line-up of 24 acts who have amassed 180 Top 20 hits, 16 chart toppers and 50 years in the charts between them.
ABC, Bananarama, Billy Ocean, Fiction Factory, Haircut 100, Holly Johnson, Howard Jones, Hue & Cry, Katrina, Original Bucks Fizz, The Real Thing
Ali Campbell's UB40, Average White Band, Brother Beyond, Candi Staton, Captain Sensible, China Crisis, Earth, Wind & Fire feat. Al McKay, Go West, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Nik Kershaw, Toyah
The festival organisers have expanded the capacity this year from 30,000 to 40,000, and put the success of the festival down to the recent wave of 80s nostalgia.
Promoter David Heartfield said: "There's a massive and growing interest in everything 80s around the world and this year we have some great acts from America."
The festival has also been dubbed 'the perfect festival for people who normally don't go to festivals'.
Guests can moor boats along the river and stay in smart tents or traditional wooden gypsy caravans.
Themed bars serve champagne and cocktails while food on offer includes Moroccan tagines and cupcakes.
Tickets go on sale Friday 28 Janaury 2011.