AEW Announces Plan To Sell Tickets For Events Going Forward

A small number of fans will be allowed in...

AEW announced on Thursday that it will begin selling limited amounts of tickets to its Dynamite tapings, beginning with next Thursday's show.

Dynamite will still be held at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, and limited seating will constitute ten to 15 percent of the 5500-seat venue (about 550-750 fans).

The August 27 episode will be at ten percent capacity, while expanding to 15 percent down the line if things go well.

Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM EST.

In order to comply with federal and state guidelines, tickets will be physically distanced, and sold in clusters of two, three, four, and six around the venue.

Fans will be required to wear masks, and must distance from those who are not in their group. Temperature checks will be done on site.

Fans showing symptoms or who have been in contact with someone that has will be asked not to attend.

AEW has allowed for a small amount of fans at Daily's Place (about 100 to 150) through arena partners in recent weeks, but this is the first time they've sold tickets since the beginning of the pandemic in March.

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