See ya, 2014. You’ve been grand, we mean it. But we’re ready for 2015 and all it has to offer, but before we ring in the new year, we’re going to live up the last days of 2014 the best way we know how — on the cheap.

Monday Kick off the week with some comedy at The Sparrow.

Don’t miss your last couple of chances to see the lights in Marion Square.

Hear Jefferson Coker rock out at Blind Tiger.

Tuesday Let’s be honest, you’re not going to be testing your brain that much tomorrow at whatever New Year’s Eve shindig you plan to attend, so give it some exercise tonight at Cutty‘s trivia night.

Get lost in the voice of singer/songwriter Dixie Phyllis at Tattooed Moose.

Joe Pasta hosts its last free comedy night of the year.

It’s the last day to see Arthur Newman’s exhibit A Mini Retrospective at Real Estate Studio.

Wednesday  We’ll be posting a New Year’s Eve roundup full of free — and not-so free — event tomorrow.

Thursday  Before we took the icy plunge — OK, not so icy, but it’s cold enough — into the ocean on New Year’s Day, we thought those who did were crazy, and they may be. But it’s a great way to ring in 2015 and get rid of any over-indulgence. Both Sullivan’s  and Folly Beach have their own cold water ocean dips.

Or if you’re more of a lounge around all day in your PJs kinda person, well, Warehouse has you covered with its second annual pajama party brunch.

Friday  Start the new year off with some culture at First Friday on Broad.

Celebrate the weekend with some folk music at The Mill.

Saturday  Check out Blakely Little’s latest exhibit at Real Estate Studio.

The Shelter hosts Charelston-author Brad Taylor’s latest book launch party.

Listen to some Americana and bluegrass when Dallas Baker and Friends take the stage at Surf Bar.

Sunday  The Brothel Sprouts bring their punk rock to The Mill.

Ease your way into the week with some Latin jazz courtesy of Gino Castillo at Voodoo.

Or show off your own talents at Barsa‘s open mic night.