TULSA — A restored landmark is celebrating it's first new year's celebration back in business.
The Tulsa Club Hotel is hosting the Emerald ball.
After the hotel opened back in 1927, it closed almost 70 years later in 1994 and fell into disrepair until earlier this year.
The hotel has now been restored to its former glory.
And the art deco building at 5th and Cincinnati, which opened during the roaring 1920s, is now ready to host the roaring 2020s.
"We had fight night's here in the 20s and 30s." said Kimberly Honea, Tulsa club hotel Vice Principle, and marketing."Muhammad Ali fought here, just the history that's in the building is something that is exciting to be a part of itself, but to come in and see it for yourself, it's this amazing art deco that we've refurbished and brought back to life is something that will be great to bring in their 2020 year."
The tickets for the Emerald ball start at $95 and the festivities begin tonight at 8 p.m.
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