AEW Tickets & 2023 Tour Dates
Demand for AEW tickets is strong as the newest major professional wrestling league takes its place in the same orbit as the WWE. All Elite Wrestling (AEW) includes a variety of matches, but its most popular is the weekly event which tours the country playing different cities each week. AEW also has a slew of big events including Double or Nothing, Dynamite and Bash at the Beach series. AEW Revolution, All Out, Full Gear and Fyter Fest are among the other top events.
In 2019, All Elite Wrestling splashed onto the pro wrestling scene. Bankrolled by Tony and Shahid Khan (who also own the Jacksonville Jaguars), AEW created new roles for well known stars. Starting with former Ring of Honor wrestlers Cody Rhodes, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks) AEW has added stars like Britt Baker, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Hangman Adam Page, Jon Moxley, Kenny Omega, and Matt Hardy. The robust lineup of talented wrestlers at AEW insures that fans at each event are seeing some of the biggest names in professional wrestling.
AEW Match Schedule
As AEW continues to grow, it plays to a national audience which is reflected in the cities it visits on tour. AEW plays for live audiences from Washington DC to Los Angeles, with some of the biggest shows being staged in Florida. Other top AEW cities include Austin, Buffalo, Chicago, Dallas, New Orleans, and New York City. The current AEW tour schedule is listed here including the date, location, venue and city for each match. Fans interested to buy tickets for a match can likely find an AEW match near you from the event list here.