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| stadium_name =Cox Business Services Convention Center'
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|image = Cox Convention Center.png
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|nickname = Myriad Convention Center (1972–2002)
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|location = 1 Myriad Gardens [[Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]] 73102-9219
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|coordinates = 35° 27′ 55″ N, 97° 30′ 52″ W
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|opened = November 5, 1972
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|owner = City of Oklahoma City
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|construction_cost = $23 million
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($157 million in 2018)
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|seating_capacity = Basketball: 13,846
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Concerts: 15,634
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|stadium_name = Cox Business Services Convention Center'
 
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The '''Cox Business Services Convention Center''' (originally Myriad Convention Center and commonly Cox Convention Center, Cox Center, The Cox and The Myriad) is a multi-purpose complex, located in downtown [[Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]].
 
The '''Cox Business Services Convention Center''' (originally Myriad Convention Center and commonly Cox Convention Center, Cox Center, The Cox and The Myriad) is a multi-purpose complex, located in downtown [[Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]].
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==Events==
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*[[WWF House Show (Jan 7, 89')|WWF House Show]] - January 7, 1989.
   
 
==External links==
 
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The Cox Business Services Convention Center (originally Myriad Convention Center and commonly Cox Convention Center, Cox Center, The Cox and The Myriad) is a multi-purpose complex, located in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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