Giant puppets will return to Liverpool for an event to mark 100 years since the outbreak of World War One.
Memories of August 1914 will see Little Girl Giant and her canine companion Xolo return to the city's streets from 23 to 27 July.
They appeared in 2012 in Sea Odyssey, which was watched by 800,000 people.
Helen Grant, Minister for Sport and Tourism, said: "Liverpool will without a doubt be home to one of the largest cultural commemorations."
The UK government have chosen Liverpool to host this 'flagship' event. In 2012, the puppets brought in £32 million to the economy of the Merseyside region. It is hoped close to a million people will make the visit into the city to watch the spectacle. Don't miss it!