The event is set for New Year's Eve -- Monday, Dec. 31st -- from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.
It's described as a family-friendly event with rides and amusements, including juggler Nels Ross, Carrie Meyer, executive director of the Independent Health Foundation, said during the Monday morning announcement.
Besides Nels Ross, Meyer also outlined others who are set to perform.
"Comedian and stuntman Wacky Chad, Terry Buchwald's tribute to Elvis, Bubblemania, the Red Trouser Show, magician Wade Live, lasertag, a toddler area, music, and a grand finale balloon drop," Meyer said.
Tickets are on sale for $8 at area Wegmans locations, and they'll be $10 dollars at the door. Free parking will also be available at the Fernbach and Main Place Mall parking ramps.