The location of the UK's next City of Culture will be announced this morning with Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea Bay all in the running.
The winner can expect an economic boost from the accolade which is handed out every four years.
The current holder - Londonderry - has reported a 30% increase in hotel occupancy and has hosted events including the Radio 1 Big Weekend, The Turner Prize and the all-Ireland Fleadh which saw 400,000 people descend on the city over a week.
As Hull is named the UK's City of Culture 2017, here are a few facts you may not have known about the city.
The winner of the UK City of Culture will be announced tomorrow, and as far as author Bali Rai is concerned, Leicester already is one.
Radio presenter and comedian Danny Wallace writes for ITV News and explains why Dundee deserves to be the UK's City of Culture 2017.