GoodNight on New Year’s Eve

concertThe city of Charleston is once again holding its annual party, the GoodNight, on December 31st in various locations around the city.

This is a musical celebration that is family-friendly and alcohol-free. Performance venues include Baptist Temple, Capitol Theater, Civic Center Little Theater, Christ Church United Methodist, First Presbyterian Church, Kanawha United Presbyterian Church, Riverview Presbyterian Church, Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral, St. John’s Episcopal Church, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Chapel, and Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Performing during the celebration are Jonathan Tucker, Mark Scarpelli, Ryan Hardiman, Madison Gospel Quartet, Jennie Allinder, Jim Mullins and Friends, Kanawha Kordsmen Barbershop Chorus, Almost Heaven Chorus, The O’Daugherty Family Singers, Charleston Civic Chorus, Scott and Colin Milam, Elegance of English Hand Bells, Almost Heaven Dulcimer Club, David Loyd Trio, Cheryl Anderson Plear, A Classical Trio, West Virginia Youth Symphony, Craig Hinchman Trio, Appalachian Children’s Chorus, Martin Luther King Jr. Male Chorus, Shin Strings, womanSong, Dell Allen, The Rev. Jimmie McKnight, River City Youth Ballet Ensemble, Gospel Brass Band, Charleston Metro Band, B-Ties Dixieland Band, Mountain State Brass Band, Appalachian Celtic Consort, and the Presby Pickers.

Show starts at 6pm, with performances every hour until 10pm. Each performance last for about 45 minutes.

Parking will be free at the Virginia Street garage next to the City Hall for event goers, and trolleys will be available to take attendees between venues.

For inquiries, call the GoodNight 2012 Information Hotline at (304) 744-1400.