Nineties indie rock band Republica headline The Craufurd Arms in Wolverton on Sunday, May 4.
Led by front woman, Saffron, Republica rode the Britpop wave of female-fronted rock bands with the likes of Sleeper, Elastica and Garbage.
During the era they sold more than three million albums.
Their single, Ready To Go, reached number one in 18 countries.
Last year, they released the Christiana Obey EP and toured across the UK.
In the time between, Saffron worked with acts including The Prodigy, Gary Numan and Junkie XL.
Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets costs £10 in advance.
For more information and to book tickets visit www.thecraufurdarms.com