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The Toyota Center is located in
Houston, USA at
1510 Polk Street,
is located in downtown Houston, Texas. The indoor arena opened on October 6, 2003, and the premier event was a Fleetwood Mac concert that evening. It is the home of the Houston Rockets NBA basketball team and the Houston Aeros AHL hockey team. Other than basketball and hockey it can be used for various other events including concerts, sporting events such as wrestling and UFC, and other events. On November 13, 2008, the Latin Grammy Awards was hosted at the Toyota Center. It was the home of the Houston Comets WNBA basketball team from 2003 to 2007. The stadium capacity is 18,043 for basketball, 17,800 for hockey and 19,000 for concerts. The record crowd for a concert was set on November 20, 2008, with 17,962 attendees to a Metallica concert. For basketball the record crowd was 18,501 attendees to the Houston Rockets vs Los Angeles Lakers on May 14, 2009. It was built at a cost of $202 million dollars.
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Jen in Mesa, AZ wrote:
"The show was totally awesome. The tickets were the greatest, third row center stage... Rob Zombie came down and sang from the audience from several locations and was right next to our group!! i WOULD definitely recommend the show IF you're an OZZY fan!!!!"
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