A million people are expected to cram into Times Square in New York City this New Year's Eve to countdown to 2013.

If you're not one of those million, however, you can watch the livestream of tonight's festivities below.

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It all kicks off at 6p.m. Monday, when the crystal ball-- "covered with 2,688 Waterford crystal triangles and illuminated by more than 32,000 colored LEDs"-- will rise to the top of One Times Square.

This year's celebration is the first without host Dick Clark. Clark died in April.

This year's official host is Allison Hagendorf.

There will be performances by Train, Taylor Swift, and Psy, among others.

At 11:59p.m., Mayor Michael Bloomberg and all 36 Radio City Rockettes will lead the final countdown into 2013.

Weather for tonight will be chilly. From The Wall Street Journal:

The near-freezing conditions in Times Square mean that a new year is likely to start with the coldest temperatures since 2009. In fact, this year’s festivities will take place in weather about 20 degrees colder than a year ago (which, at a balmy 54 degrees, was one of the five warmest New Year’s Eves since 1907, when the Times Square tradition began. Check out the National Weather Service’s history of Times Square temperatures.