CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- GoodNight isn't the only New Year's Eve event in the Charleston area on Tuesday. Here's a look at some of the other events happening to celebrate the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014:
• "New" New Year's Eve Gospel Sing: The sixth annual "New" New Year's Eve Gospel Sing kicks off with a call to worship at 6:30 p.m. in the Riverside High School auditorium. The free sing runs 7 p.m. to midnight and features The Harbor Masters Quartet, The Humphreys, The Brighterside Quartet, The Praisemen, Brothers in the Cross, Divine Hope and pianist Ron Pauley. Call 304-542-9790 for more information.
• The Comedy Zone Charleston: The Comedy Zone is once again offering its annual show-and-room package at the Holiday Inn & Suites Charleston West in South Charleston. While packages for the 10 p.m. comedy show are already sold out, some remain for the 8 p.m. show.
The deal, which starts at $239, includes room accommodations at the Holiday Inn & Suites or Wingate by Wyndham (should Holiday Inn reach capacity with show tickets still available), a three-entrée dinner buffet for two before the show, tickets to the two-man comedy show, a champagne toast at midnight and a dance party after the show. There will also be champagne in your room, a full buffet breakfast on New Year's Day and a 1 p.m. late checkout time.
Call 304-744-4641 for reservations.
• FOOTMAD's Good RidDANCE: The Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance will host a night of music and dance from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Columbia Gas Auditorium, 1700 McCorkle Ave. S.E. Warren Doyle will call to the music of Joe Dobbs and Friends for dances that include contras, squares, mixers, waltzes and swings. Plus, artist Rick Gallagher will lower FOOTMAD's "crystal" ball at midnight.
The family-friendly, alcohol-free event begins with a workshop for new dancers. It will also have refreshments and cabaret-style tables set up for guests to socialize.
The dress code is casual, and guests should wear soft-soled shoes. Partners aren't required.
Admission is $15 for adults, $7 for students, $40 for families and free for children under 13 and AmeriCorps/VISTA volunteers. Get tickets in advance at www.footmad.org or by calling 304-345-3562 during the day.