AEW Remaining In Jacksonville Through Early November

Following the announcement of a special ticket package...

Just as WWE leased Orlando's Amway Center ("The Thunderdome") through the end of October, AEW will be remaining at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, through at least early November.

AEW announced Monday that it's rolling out a "Dynamite Seven" season pass, allowing fans to buy a discounted ticket package for seven consecutive TV tapings, spanning from September 23 through November 4. The price is $175 for seven tickets.

That last taping occurs three days prior to AEW's Full Gear pay-per-view, which will almost certainly be at Daily's Place as well.

With the exception of a long series of tapings in Norcross, GA back in the spring, AEW has run its events from Daily's Place since the beginning of the pandemic. Fans were recently readmitted to Daily's Place, with strict seating and mask guidelines in place, and a cap of 15 percent fan capacity.

AEW recently announced the postponement of several TV tapings scheduled for October and November, including events set for Milwaukee, Rochester, St. Louis, and Houston. All of those shows (which had already been rescheduled from the spring months) have been re-rescheduled to the early summer of 2021.

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