BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Looking for some family fun this New Year's Eve? The Independent Health Foundation has got you covered, having just unveiled this year's lineup of drug and alcohol-free activities for the 29th annual First Night Buffalo.

The event will be lots of fun for kids - with bounce houses, carnival rides, comedy by Nels Ross, animals, live music, a toddler zone, and more.

New this year, The Independent Health Foundation will be launching its Future is Bright Project, highlighting children who have successfully adapted and overcame life's challenges to lead healthy and happy lives.

First Night came to Buffalo in 1989, and has celebrated nearly 29 years of drug and alcohol-free fun. More than 5,000 Western New Yorkers enjoy the celebration every year for a night of visual and performing arts, music and dance, sports activities, and children's entertainment.

The event will take place at the Buffalo Convention Center from 5 - 10 p.m. New Year's Eve. More information can be found on the First Night Buffalo website, and tickets can be purchased here