The double hander of stars will be performing on in Paisley on Saturday November 16.
They will kick off the celebrations alongside boyband Mr Meanor, female pop sensation Alexa, the Clyde 1 Roadshow DJs, and Santa Claus with his reindeer.
Tinchy Stryder will take to the stage performing his biggest hits, including new single Help Me.
With two No.1 singles under his belt, and collaborations with acts including Taio Cruz, Wiley, Pixie Lott and Calvin Harris, Tinchy is promising the kind of show never seen before in Paisley.
Meanwhile The View, who formed in 2005 when four Dundee schoolmates got together and started writing music, are also expected to wow the crowd.
Their Mercury-nominated, chart-topping debut album Hats Off To The Buskers led to huge tours, which saw them tear up stages across the globe.
Three albums, including two top 10 contenders, countless Best Album awards and numerous Top 10 singles later, the formerly high- living band are now older and wiser.
Before the big musical finale in Paisley there's a big party planned, starting with a reindeer parade at Noon from Gilmour Street, led by Santa himself.
Completing the musical line-up is Mr Meanor, a four-piece pop/R&B boyband, with members from the US and UK, and YouTube sensation Alexa.
On the main stage, in Gauze Street, the Clyde 1 Roadshow team will kick-off the party at 1pm.
They'll introduce all the performers, as well as play music and offer some great festive giveaways and prizes throughout the afternoon.
Renfrewshire's Provost, Anne Hall, will hit the Big Red Christmas Lights Switch-On button at 6pm.
Renfrewshire Council leader Mark Macmillan said: "Paisley's Christmas lights switch-on ceremony has established itself as being the best way to start the Christmas season.
"This year's line-up will again draw a huge crowd to Paisley town centre for the performances and the programme of activities and entertainments going on throughout the day.
"Renfrewshire Council has invested in our events programme to support businesses and boost the regeneration of Paisley town centre.
"The Christmas Lights switch-on is a highlight of that approach.
"We are continuing to work with the local business community on their continuing involvement in and support of the town centre events programme.
"Last year almost 40,000 people came in to Paisley town centre for this exciting annual event.
"We're all looking forward to another fantastic day in Paisley."