The Paralympic Games closing ceremony has been dubbed the Festival of Flame and will feature fire, armed forces personnel and a performance from chart-toppers Coldplay.
Director Kim Gavin said: "We have put together a unique group of people who storm the stadium, and bring this festival to life. The whole night is the celebration of the flame finally going out."
He added: "There is no narrative. It's not just a concert and we're not just looking at Coldplay, we have fantastic visuals and amazing stunts going on. It is a collaboration all round."
However, organisers are refusing to confirm whether American artists Jay-Z and Rihanna are performing.
Head of Olympics ceremonies appeared to back up the plan of a single artist by saying Mr Gavin had a vision for the night to "revolve around one act."
The athletes are on the field of play when the show begins. The armed forces will be involved in unveiling the Union flag before the national anthem.