We're learning more and more about Sunday's Closing Ceremony at the London Olympics - and it will be a celebration of British pop.
Artistic Director Kim Gavin told the Daily Telegraph the production will be "the best after-show party that's ever been." Gavin said he went through about 1,000 British hits from the past five decades and selected 30 that will be performed live during the extravaganza - with the Olympic athletes gathered around in what he calls the "mosh pit."
Expect to see the Spice Girls, George Michael, The Who, Muse, the surviving members of Queen, The Pet Shop Boys and Annie Lennox - along with newer acts like One Direction.
Gavin calls the whole thing "a mashed-up symphony" of British hits. Since Beatles music is a big part of Britpop history, might Paul McCartney reprise his opening ceremony appearance? We'll have to wait and see - and also find out how well the organizers manage to set up the elaborate sets in the 17 hours they have after the end of the track and field competition in Olympic Stadium.
Everything should have a very British sense of humor - with the reported possibility that Eric Idle of Monty Python might lead a mass chorus of Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.
Nothing's brighter than a carnival - and the show will also feature Brazilian music and costumes, as the hosts of the 2016 games preview the Rio Olympics.