Just like the opening the closing is expected to be a spectacular sent off.
A musical feast with a fireworks display is planned for tonight.
Nigel Jamieson, the artistic director of the opening and closing ceremonies, says top musicians from P-N-G and the Pacific will perform.
"The closing ceremony will overall be an informal affair to say thank you to all the amazing athletes and volunteers. Its essentially a party and a concert. We've got an amazing line up from across PNG and the Pacific Islands and we hope its gona be a fantastic party to say thank you to all who've made this games a remarkable, historic event. I think its the most substantial of musicians coming together," said Jamieson.
All tickets for the 15-thousand-plus capacity Sir John Guise Stadium have been sold out.
During the closing, Papua New Guinea will hand the Games flag to Tonga, the host of the next games in 2019.