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Tulsa Packed With New Year's Eve Events

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From the hats, crowns and noisemakers, the party is set at Tulsa's Downtown Hyatt Hotel. A lot of last minute reservations are coming in and they're expecting a sold out night and who knows maybe even a few surprises.

"Two years ago we had somebody up on stage propose to his girlfriend and thank goodness she said yes, so that worked out really well," says Jeff Keeley, General Manager of the Hyatt.

A Champaign toast happens at midnight and wristbands will get people from one room to another. This package at the Hyatt costs $299 a couple versus 3-Thousand dollars for a DUI.

"So it makes sense for your pocketbook and also for your well being is to stay at one place and have a good time but also be safe at the same time," says Keeley.

Also downtown this New Year's Eve....the magic of event planner, Meghan Hurley. She's putting out all sparkle for one big party at the IDL Ballroom, Enso Bar and Electric Circle.

"The crystal ball is definitely our most elaborate setup. We work really hard to make sure we get the best furniture, the best look, we start planning about in June to make sure this is as perfect as possible," says Hurley.

Tonight is bound to be even more special with these. Straight from New Orleans to make the night more eventful. General admission tickets start at 35 dollars and VIP tickets are 100 dollars.

Earlier the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa held a balloon drop for those wanting to celebrate the new year before midnight.

"So we make sure this is definitely a night to remember," says Hurley.

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