It's hard to believe that the 2016 Rio Olympics are already ending, but Sunday night's closing ceremony should wrap up the games in modest yet fitting fashion.
The closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics is slated to begin at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, though TV coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. The ceremony is being directed by Fernando Meirelles and Rosa Magalhães, with special emphasis on honoring Brazilian culture.
Music artist Kygo confirmed recently that he would be performing in the closing ceremony.
"The opportunity to be a part of the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio is a huge milestone in my career and it will be the biggest performance of my life," Kygo said in a press release recently. "I've been a sports fan forever."
The closing ceremony will conclude with the Olympic flag being passed off to the next country to host the Summer Olympics: Tokyo. The Japanese city will host the Olympics in 2020, and Yuriko Koike, the city's governor, will take the flag at the ceremony.
You can live stream the closing ceremony of the Olympics on NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports App. If you don't have cable, you can live stream the ceremony through Sling TV. Just sign up for a free seven-day trial.
The closing ceremony will air on NBC from 8-10:30 p.m. ET, with a special half-hour of The Voice set to air afterwards.
If you wish to live tweet and follow along with others watching the closing ceremony of the 2016 Olympics, use hashtag #ClosingCeremony on Twitter.