AEW To Hold Two US Stadium Shows In 2024
AEW set to host to stadium shows in the USA in 2024
Recent reports suggested that All Elite Wrestling are going to address their recent trend of slow ticket sales by running more events in bigger markets, and putting less emphasis on running so-called ‘smaller’ markets.
As part of this strategy, AEW have already announced plans to return to Boston, with the Big Business edition of Dynamite on March 13 set to air from the TD Garden. A new report from Andrew Zarian suggests that AEW are looking to run at least two US stadium shows in the US this year, with Zarian saying the following on the Mat Men Podcast:
“Yes, they are. Or they will, yes. I mean, but by the way, they do run a stadium show every year in the US. So are you talking about another stadium show? Arthur Ashe is a stadium. Are you saying a second stadium? I mean, I will say yes. Yes, they will do something,” said Zarian.
AEW have ran Grand Slam at Queens, New York’s Arthur Ashe Stadium since 2021, and also run All In from London’s Wembley Stadium. However, Zarian made note that AEW will not be running Madison Square Garden any time soon:
“By the way, AEW is not running The Garden. Can I just say that? I got approached by numerous people asking me, and some of them, listen, I’m curious where this came from. AEW is not running Madison Square Garden. I would know, and I know something else. We’re gonna wait. I will announce something on, I’ll tell you a date. What month are we in? Either Sunday the 3rd or Monday the 4th (of March), I will announce something,” added Zarian.
H/T: Wrestle Purists