The 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will come to an end on Sunday, with the closing ceremony at Hampden Park set to signal the end of the competition.
'All Back to Ours' is the name given to the show, which will commence at 8.30 pm local time. As many as 40,000 people are expected to be in attendance for the closing ceremony, which is expected to be as lavish.
Kylie Minogue, the Australian singer, will headline the event with her performance signalling the next Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Lulu, the Scottish songstress of "To Sir With Love" fame, will regale the audience and international viewers with her wonderful voice. Popular and well-known Scottish band Deacon Blue will also perform at this momentous event. The band could very well belt out eternal favourite "Dignity" for the crowd. Renowned Scottish singer Dougie MacLean is also set to enthrall audiences and viewers from across the world with his evergreen songs.
In addition to Minogue, Lulu, Deacon Blue and MacLean, a band from Glasgow, named Prides, will perform.
The number of volunteers participating in the closing ceremony will be in excess of 2000 as they try to produce something exhilarating.
Hampden Park will wear a new look, with 160 tonnes of staging, 3,000 props and 454 flags.
Glasgow 2014 chief executive David Grevemberg said he was very pleased with the way things have gone as he described the Glasgow Games as inspirational, reported BBC Sport.
"We are delighted to reveal the glittering line-up of Scottish and international talent joining us in Hampden Park for the closing ceremony. There is so much for so many people to celebrate. Never has a city or its people been prouder or more welcoming," Grevemberg said.
The Commonwealth Games has seen England dominate as they have won no less than 165 medals, the highest so far. Out of these 165 medals, 56 have been gold.
Host nation Scotland came away with 52 medals including 19 gold, while India won 61 medals with 14 gold.
Jamaica and Kenya were dominant as expected in the track and field events. Kemar Bailey-Cole won the men's 100 metres for Jamaica. The nation saw further success in the men's and women's 4x100 relay on Saturday.
For Kenya, Joyce Chepkirui winning the 10,000 metres in the dying stretches was a moment to savour. In the women's 5000 metres, Marcy Cherono and Janet Kisa tasted success as they won gold and silver respectively.
Nijel Amos of Botswana handed one of the surprises of the tournament when he clinched gold in the 800 metres by defeating favourite David Rudisha of Kenya.
Alana Boyd of Australia registering a win in the pole vault, despite the conditions not being in her favour was unforgettable.
Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica, who is a cancer survior, won silver in the women's 400 metres, in a triumph in the face of adversity.
All in all, the 2014 Commonwealth Games turned out to be memorable in more than one aspect.
Where to Watch Live
This is the official YouTube page of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
BBC will telecast the games live in the United Kingdom, with live streaming option HERE or follow the updates HERE. Network Ten will broadcast the Commonwealth Games live in Australia, with an online viewing option HERE. For international viewers, including the United States, the action will be available live on official Commonwealth Games 2014 YouTube channel for free HERE.