Tonight will see a new name engraved onto the Crystal Palace Player of the Year trophy, but which of the eight nominees will walk away with the trophy?
Some of the club's most famous faces have walked away with the top prize including Kenny Sansom, Jerry Murphy, Jim Cannon, Ian Wright, Mark Bright, Dougie Freedman, Julian Speroni and Mile Jedinak, so who will join the pantheon of Eagles legends and scoop to the top prize tonight?
Only those who have bought tickets to the event will be able to vote for their winner, and here are the contenders that they can select from:
It's been another action-packed season for the electric winger, who has found the back of the net four times this season and assisted 10 further goals. As well as starring for DR Congo at the Africa Cup of Nations, the highlight of his season was scoring a hat-trick in the 4-1 demolition of Sunderland in April.
After impressing at the back end of last season following his arrival from Blackburn Rovers, the centre-back has continued to be a commanding presence in the Eagles backline, playing in all but four league games and scoring five goals in all competitions, plus chipping in with the same amount of assists.
McArthur has made an instant impression in his debut season at Selhurst Park since his arrival from Wigan Athletic with some all-action displays. He's played in 31 games for the Eagles and scored two goals, which came in home games against Stoke City and Queens Park Rangers.
Another sterling season from the winger has seen him score five times, including winners against Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City and also provide seven assists for his teammates during a stellar campaign which has seen him miss just one game in the Premier League.
The full-back has once again been played in a variety of positions this season but hasn't let his side down in any of them, and has only missed 90 minute of league action this campaign. He also scored his first goal for the club in the 3-1 win over Queens Park Rangers in March.
Want to have your say in who should win? Tickets are still available for tonight's event, priced at £26.50 per person and are available for sale from the Fairfield Halls in Croydon.
To book please call the box office on 020 8688 9291 or CLICK HERE to purchase online.