Beyond a one-month residency in Norcross, Georgia, much of All Elite Wrestling's content during the COVID-19 pandemic has been broadcast from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida.
The young promotion will leave the amphitheatre for the month of February, though, according to Cassidy Haynes of BodySlam.net. AEW will head south and tape several weeks of shows, including the Revolution pay-per-view, in Miami before heading back to Daily's Place in March.
There have been complaints from the roster as of late about wrestling in the colder temperatures and Haynes noted this likely played a role in AEW's decision. Others within the company also believe a change of scenery will be good for morale.
Aubrey Edwards and Tony Schiavone both said on the AEW Unrestricted podcast that they were "freezing" at a recent Dynamite taping, something which won't be an issue in Miami where temperatures average between 15.5°C and 25.6°C during the winter months.
AEW still has a few more shows to tape at Daily's Place before moving. Night one of New Year's Smash will air live on January 6, while night two will be taped the following day. The company will then return to Jacksonville on January 20 for a live Dynamite, followed by a taped Dynamite on January 21.