The next Full Moon is Saturday morning at 9:50 am, so you get a pretty good prelude on Friday night.
To the casual observer you wouldn't notice the difference.
The moon will be nearly full, and at 12:00 midnight Friday night, it will be directly overhead in the middle of the sky.
Once again proving that the earth is not "flat."
Everywhere, all around the globe, the moon will be highest in the sky at midnight, especially over the equator, and less so at the two poles.