AEW Returns To Jacksonville On New Year's Day For "Homecoming Edition" Of Dynamite

Back where they started...

At midnight Pacific time on January 1, 2019, the official announcement of All Elite Wrestling's founding was made. One week later, numerous key talents descended upon Jacksonville for the introductory press conference.

A year later, AEW celebrates their first birthday in the River City.

On Wednesday, January 1, AEW Dynamite will broadcast from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, with a special "Homecoming Edition".

The venue, which is attached to TIAA Bank Field (home of the NFL's Jaguars) is also where July's "Fight For the Fallen" event occurred.

This will be the first AEW event to emanate from the Sunshine State. Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon eastern time.

The upcoming AEW schedule now looks like this:

*October 30: Charleston, WV (Charleston Coliseum)

*November 6: Charlotte, NC (Bojangles Coliseum)

*November 9: Baltimore, MD (Royal Farms Arena) (Full Gear pay-per-view)

*November 13: Nashville, TN (Municipal Auditorium)

*November 20: Indianapolis, IN (Indiana Farmers Coliseum)

*November 27: Chicago, IL (Sears Center Arena)

*December 4: Champaign, IL (State Farm Center)

*December 11: Garland, TX (Curtis Culwell Center)

*December 18: Corpus Christi, TX (American Bank Center Arena)

*January 1: Jacksonville, FL (Daily's Place)

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