They may be getting ready to drop the ball in Times Square at midnight on Sunday.
But, you don't have to travel to New York City for a memorable New Years Eve.
There are festivities happening all over the city of Bangor.
All leading up to the annual tradition that always draws a great crowd.
The lighted beach ball drop into West Market Square.
People of all ages will be heading to downtown Machias for the 3rd Annual Lobstah Drop.
There will be a hat parade, bonfire and more. And, of course, the "lobstah" dropping at midnight.
In Eastport, a maple leaf and Sally the Sardine were the stars of 2017 and will be again this year.
Last year, we spoke to organizers about the city's traditions.
"Because we're in a border region, we figured it would be great to celebrate both New Years, so at 11 o'clock eastern time we drop a maple leaf to celebrate Canadian New Years," said co-creator, Kristin McKinlay.
"Then an hour later we drop Sally the Sardine and those who are brave enough try to kiss her on the lips for good luck," said co-creator, Hugh French.
"We've had people come from as far as Atlanta, Ohio, just to come to this area to see it and be part of, you know, a different kind of tradition along the coast," said McKinlay.
So, no worries if you can't get to the big apple because there will be plenty one-of-a-kind celebrations right here in Maine.