New Year's Eve is nearly upon us, but there is no need to wait until Saturday night to start partying—EVE Salt Lake has three wild “EVEnings” planned to bring in 2012.

EVE is throwing out all the stops this year, so whatever your style, there is something to do.

Complete with “non-stop DJ mixes at Temple of Boom, a no worries Reggae Snowsplash, a blistering sound system in a room full of 2,000 humongous bouncy balls, comedy, film, and rockets that shoot to the moon” there are activities for everyone to enjoy.

Starting at 6 p.m. on Dec. 29, 30 and 31, an electronic music wonderland with non-stop DJ mixes will be at the Temple of Boom on the West Temple Music Stage. This is also where you can view fireworks from midnight to 12:30 a.m. to ring in the new year.

The Reggae Snowsplash at the Salt Palace starts Dec. 29 at 6 p.m. The lineup features live performances by Natural Roots, Afro Omega, Smiling Souls, CubWorld and Dook, Sarah B Band and Two and a Half White Guys.

At the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, you can check out the Fear No Film Eve Film Festival, karaoke, Paint by Numbers, and Fill in the Blank, all starting Dec 29 at 6 p.m.

Other highlights include The Ballroom, filled with 2,000 bouncy balls, BounceTown for the kids, and performances the whole family can enjoy at Temple Square.

Don't forget SLmag is getting pictures from EVE to use in our Utah People section of the magazine and online galleries, so when you head downtown to Salt Lake's biggest New Year's celebration be sure to smile for the camera!

Buy tickets at any Harmons or Maverik location, go to the EVE box office. Tickets are also available online by clicking here. Kids under 10 get in free with paid adult admission. A single EVE pass for all three nights is $15.

For more information visit eveslc.com.