All Elite Wrestling’s live TV show on TNT will debut on October 2 at the in Washington D.C. at the Capital One Arena. Over 10,000 tickets sold on the first day securing a sellout of the fledgling company’s first live TV show.
But that’s just one week. AEW is going to be a weekly TV show, and the question fans have been asking is — can they keep it up? It looks like we’ll be finding out very soon.
On a special “uncensored” version of this week’s Being The Elite, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks and Cody announced the next two locations for AEW’s second and third live tapings.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) August 6, 2019
The second taping will be on October 9 in Boston’s Agganis Arena, which has a listed capacity of 7,200.
The third taping will be on October 16 in Philadelphia’s Liacouris Center, which has a listed capacity of 10,200.
Both venues are in wrestling hotbeds with smaller arenas then the company’s debut show in Washington D.C. at the Capital One Arena. Thus it almost goes without saying that both shows will sell out quickly.
AEW will announce ticket pricing and on-sale date/time this Friday, August 9, at noon EST.