Rio 2016 and London 2012 Olympics pins are seen on the jacket lapel of Mayor of London Boris Johnson during a join press conference in London with the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes to outline how London is working with the Brazilian city to ensure a smooth handover when the London 2012 Olympic Games come to an end this weekend, Friday, Aug. 10, 2012. Rio de Janeiro is to host the 2016 Olympic Games. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
Rio de Janeiro will soon try to give the world a taste of what to expect at the 2016 Olympics.
Organizers will use 250 dancers and musicians in an eight-minute section of the closing ceremony at the London Games on Sunday night for a performance designed to illustrate "multicultural embrace."
Daniela Thomas is one of the art directors for Rio's role in the closing, saying the performance will "show you how sophisticated we mix things."
Officials from Rio will also receive the Olympic flag during the ceremony.
Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes praised London on Friday for an "outstanding" Olympics. Rio will host the first Olympics in South America, two years after Brazil stages the 2014 World Cup.