A special wreath-laying ceremony will be held on August 15th at Birmingham's Hall of Memory, Centenary Square, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of VJ Day.
Standard bearers from ex-servicemen's associations and Second World War veterans will participate in a slow march, before assembling outside the Hall of Memory.
After a two- minute silence to remember the fallen and a short service, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor John Hood, the armed forces, ex-servicemen's associations and the war widows will lay wreaths.
Everyone is welcome to attend this service and to lay personal tributes after the formal wreath laying has taken place.
War veterans wishing to march are advised to arrive at 10.30am outside the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Councillor John Alden, cabinet member for leisure, sport and culture, said: "It is important that we mark the contributions and sacrifices that Birmingham people made for the sake of future generations during the Second World War.
"We recognise peace was enjoyed by many throughout Europe while others were still battling for a conclusion to the war throughout the Pacific and Asia. Birmingham remembers all those and all who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom."