No pressure, but you've got one day to figure out what you're going to do for New Year's Eve.
We've got your back.
Here are 12 options for ringing in 2012.
You can spend a lot of money or you can spend a little. You can go where there's a big crowd or you can keep it low key. You can eat, you can be entertained or, heck, you can just stay home and watch TV.
For the dinner-and-a-show crowd
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater has a full night of food and entertainment to keep you busy until the clock strikes midnight.
It starts off at 6 p.m. with a three-course dinner. During dinner, the Blue Street Jazz Band will perform. At 8:15 p.m., the Junior Company of the Good Company Players warms up the crowd for an 8:30 p.m. performance of "Nunsensations," the newest in the comedic "Nunsense" theater series.
After the show, Blue Street Jazz Band is back on stage playing traditional jazz that people can dance to while sipping complimentary champagne and waiting for the clock to strike midnight.
Tickets cost $99 per person. Details: (559) 266-9494. Roger Rocka's is at 1105 N. Wishon Ave.
For the whole family
A rare family-friendly New Year's celebration is happening at Ducey's Bar & Grill in Bass Lake.
Dinner shows at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. will feature Winston the Magician, party favors and sparkling cider. Meals for adults start at $24, and kids 4 to 12 eat from a $12 pasta buffet. Reservations required. Details: (559) 642-3131.
An adults-only dinner is available at Ducey's On the Lake.
For the big-name concert crowd
The big concert name in Fresno for New Year's Eve is vocal group Straight No Chaser.
The group, best known for its PBS specials, is no stranger to the folks of Fresno. It's played here a handful of times before and been a hot ticket.
This time, Straight No Chaser is at Saroyan Theatre.
To give the night a more festive atmosphere, $150 tickets are for sale that include dinner.
Otherwise, tickets cost $29.50, $42.50 and $49.50, with an additional $3 tacked on the day of the show. Details: ticketmaster.com, (559) 445-8200.
For those who want to stay home
Staying home to ring in the new year can be fun with all of the network specials that will countdown to 2012.
There are the traditional New Year's Eve programs, such as ABC's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2012" and "NBC's New Year's Eve With Carson Daly." Rodney Carrington will stay up late to host the "American Country New Year's Eve Live" on FOX. If you are looking for something slightly different, Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin co-host CNN's celebration of the New Year's Eve starting at 8 p.m.
"New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin" will originate from NYC's Time Square.
For the fancy crowd
If you want to do it up big, the first-ever Marjaree Mason Center New Years Eve Masquerade Charity Gala will be held at the Copper River Country Club.
Tickets cost $150 each, and black and white attire is requested. Guests in the Fresno/Clovis area can get limo rides to the country club for $25 per trip.
The event is a fundraiser for the Marjaree Mason Center. Details: www.mmcenter.org.
For the ravers
Score this as a win for local fans of electronic dance music.
Countdown Massive, a huge New Year's Eve party originally supposed to take place in the Bay Area, got moved to the Tulare County Fairgrounds after running into problems with its Bay Area venue.
But the Bay's loss is the central San Joaquin Valley's gain.
The event has a big DJ lineup, including Cosmic Gate, Sidney Samson, Head Hunterz and Showtek.
The most interesting name, however, is Diplo, a globe-trotting DJ and half of the group Major Lazer. Diplo is playing another New Year's Eve party in Los Angeles, then flying up to the Valley to close out Countdown Massive. The event includes three stages, carnival rides, go-go dancers and more. It starts at 6 p.m. and runs until 3 a.m. It's open to ages 16 and up.
Tickets cost $60, but will eventually go up to $80. VIP tickets cost $150. That includes a VIP lounge and free drinks.
Tickets can be ordered by calling (855) 235-2867 or by visiting fla.vor.us.
For the teens
If you're a teenager trying to have a fun New Year's Eve or if you're a parent looking for a safe, but fun New Year's Eve, consider Blackbeard's.
The family entertainment center is hosting another of its "lock-ins" where teens enter and stay in. There's plenty of entertainment though.
In addition to all the regular Blackbeard's attractions and video games, there are DJs and live performances from hip-hop group Audio Push, plus local rappers Brian Cade and Nova.
Tickets cost $20 in advance or $25 at the door.
The event runs 9 p.m.-5 a.m.
Details: (559) 292-9000.
For the nightclubbers
Rome Nightclub, 3950 N. Cedar Ave., is the most popular destination in Fresno for the club crowd and it's sure to be packed New Year's Eve too.
It's promising fireworks and a balloon-drop with 2012 balloons.
Details: romefresno.com, (559) 243-5700.
Diners at the Elbow Room have two options at different price levels for ringing in the New Year.
At the Elbow Room side of the business, a special menu with regular restaurant prices will be available, featuring dishes such as abalone and Alaskan king crab legs.
A comedy and magic show starts at 9 p.m. and a DJ at 10 p.m.
At the former The Chef's Table on the other side of the building, chef Roy Harland will serve higher-end meals with entrees such as filet mignon and lobster. A live band will ring in the new year in the more intimate space.
Prices vary. Reservations are a must. Details: 227-1234.
For local music fans
If you're not big on the fancy night out and just want great music without an outrageous price tag, then Audie's Olympic, 1426 N. Van Ness Ave., is a safe bet.
The Tower District bar and music club has a stellar lineup of local music. For $10, you can see three of Fresno's top bands: 40 Watt Hype (high-energy hip-hop meets Latin), Strange Vine (Black Keys-inspired rock/blues) and Motel Drive (revved up rockabilly).
Doors open at 9 p.m. Details: (559) 233-3733.
For Beatles lovers
If your ideal night out -- New Year's Eve or otherwise -- includes the music of The Beatles, then there's only one place to be to ring in 2012.
The Beetles, Fresno's long-running Fab Four tribute band, is playing at Starline. The band is planning to play The Beatles album "Rubber Soul" from start to finish as part of its three-hour set.
Doors open at 8:30 p.m. Tickets cost $20. Starline is at 833 E. Fern Ave. Details: (559) 485-5356, starline1.com.
For the afternoon crowd
Who needs to stay up late? You can celebrate the new year and still be home before the sun sets. "Bob & Bing: Road to Clovis" is another installment in local producer Chuck Carson's 1940s radio-show tradition at the Clovis Veterans Memorial Building.
Lynn Roberts plays Bob Hope and Bob Pasch plays Bing Crosby in this celebration of an old-style radio program complete with commercials. Hope and Crosby exchange friendly banter and sing a duet together. They're joined by Carson as the on-stage staff announcer along with radio legends Jack Benny, Red Skelton and Jimmy Durante.
The show is a fundraiser for the Central California Veterans Home Support Foundation and plays at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $25. The theater is at 453 Hughes Ave., Clovis. Details: (559) 797-8155, ccvhsf.org.