AEW announced during Sunday night's Double or Nothing that the third annual All Out pay-per-view will take place on Sunday, September 5 in Chicago.
The event will mark AEW's first pay-per-view outside of Jacksonville since the 2020 Revolution was held at Chicago's Wintrust Arena.
No venue was officially announced for the 2021 All Out. The 2019 event (as well as 2018's All In) were held at the Sears Center in the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates.
AEW President Tony Khan announced in 2019 that All Out is intended to be held in Chicago on Labor Day weekend on an annual basis.
The 2019 All Out included such notable matches as Chris Jericho defeating Adam Page to become the organization's first World champion, and The Lucha Bros defeating The Young Bucks in a ladder match to capture the AAA World Tag Team titles. The 2020 event in Jacksonville included Jon Moxley retaining the World title over MJF, as well as FTR defeating Page and Kenny Omega to win the Tag Team titles, and Orange Cassidy outlasting Jericho in the bizarre "Mimosa Mayhem match".