Atlantic City is putting the finishing touches on the shows, the dinning and the concerts that are all expected to bring in record numbers.
"Just a lot of fun, good food, seafood buffet, just good times," one visitor said.
A lot of fun and a lot of people are exactly what Atlantic City's casinos want to see after facing the biggest monthly drop in casino revenue history in November.
New Years Eve is traditionally the biggest night of the year in Atlantic City and with all of these events officials are hoping this will be a big boost for business.
"I'm looking forward to going to Revel it's a beautiful place," another visitor said.
All 1400 rooms are booked at the multi–billion dollar resort and management says they expect 20,000 to 30,000 walk-ins.
"New years this year is so important. I'm personally considering it a brand new opening for revel. A brand new start. Were looking to really get in the game. Were looking to go after the players. It really should be the launch that revel deserved in the beginning," senior vice president of marketing, Darlene Monzo said.
Caesars Entertainment says their 8000 rooms across town are all sold out. They are also expecting record crowds at their night clubs.
A special Marie Antoinette themed dinner will also be held at Caesars.
"This is our signature night. This is the event that is going to set us apart from everything else," Jerry Eisenband said.
At Bader Field, 7000 people are expected for an electronic music festival that is sure to get pretty messy.
Paint will be sprayed and poured on people throughout the concert.
Organizers are hoping it will be the biggest paint concert in the world.
Experts say while much of Atlantic City is booked, there are still reservations available at some places and calling ahead is best.
If you are interested in the paint party at Bader Field, tickets are still available for $100 at the door.