AEW All Out Officially Sells Out

A full house in Chi-Town

AEW's All Out pay-per-view has officially sold out, as all remaining tickets were scooped up on Friday morning.

A Thursday presale saw nearly all of the available seats inside Chicago's NOW Arena get sold, with the few remaining seats purchased Friday.

AEW ran the same building for All Out in 2019 (then called the Sears Centre Arena), which sold out to the tune of 10,500 fans.

The September 5 pay-per-view will be the third AEW show in a five-day stretch to be held inside Chicago's NOW Arena. The others are September 1 Dynamite and September 3 Rampage.

There is also expected to be a fanfest of some sort on Saturday, September 4.

A women's Casino Battle Royale is officially on tap for the pay-per-view. No other matches are official, though the booking seems to be leading to World champion Kenny Omega defending against "Hangman" Adam Page at the event.

This will be the third annual All Out. Last year's event was held at Jacksonville's Daily's Place, due to the pandemic. That event was originally intended for Chicago, as is the tentative plan for every All Out.

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