Single-game tickets for Oklahoma City Barons games are not yet on sale, but season ticket packages that offer a 20-40 percent discount over the gate prices are now available. In addition, the Barons will over a 20-game select plan, 10-game flex mini plans and other promotions. Get all the details on how to purchase tickets, available plans, promotions and more.
The Oklahoma City Barons play their games at the Cox Convention Center, located on Sheridan between Robinson and E.K. Gaylord, just north of I-40. Long known as the "Myriad" after its opening in 1972, the Cox Convention Center received significant upgrades as part of the MAPS initiatives passed by Oklahoma City voters in late 1993. The 32,000 square feet arena area seats over 13,000 for sporting events. In addition, the facility is receiving another set of renovation projects prior to the 2010 home opener. These include LED video displays, digital audio system, new escalators, new lighting system, VIP lounge, locker room improvements and more. Get a detailed look at the Cox Convention Center, with a map and driving directions.
2012-2013 will mark the third season of play for the Oklahoma City Barons. The full schedule has been released, and the Barons' home opener will be October 19th. Get all of the dates for the Barons season of play in Oklahoma City.
As of now, only a few names are known for the 2012-2013 Oklahoma City Barons rosters. See profiles of the Barons players, and stay tuned for more roster information as it released.
Barons Apparel and MerchandiseOnly a short time after the debut of the team name and logo, Oklahoma City Barons merchandise was made available for purchase. See the OKC Barons Shop for jerseys, t-shirts and caps.
If you're flying in for an Oklahoma City Barons game, you might want to look at a hotel near the airport, but for those looking to stay just a short walking distance from the Cox Convention Center, there are several excellent choices, including the pictured historical Skirvin. Get details on the best nearby hotel options.
Hockey had been very successful in Oklahoma City for a number of years. In fact, the Blazers boasted one of the highest attendance rates of all of the Central Hockey League's teams for 17 years. But in the summer of 2009, the organization announced they would cease operations. Only days later, the owners began courting the NHL's Edmonton Oilers with the hope of landing the franchise's dormant American Hockey League affiliate. Early in 2010, it became official that the highest level of minor-league hockey would soon begin play in Oklahoma City.