Why AEW Moved All Out 2024

AEW moves All Out 2024 back one week

All Elite Wrestling have changed their plans for All Out 2024, with the promotion announcing that the pay-per-view has been moved from Sunday, September 1 to Saturday, September 7. The show will still be taking place at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. 

All Out has been held over Labor Day weekend since the inaugural edition of the show in 2019. Fightful Select reported that AEW decided to move All Out, however, due to fan concerns about All In and All Out taking place too close together. All In 2024 will emanate from London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 25 over a UK bank holiday weekend. 

The move also allows AEW to produce two weeks of TV between All In and All Out. The go-home editions of Collision and Rampage will be taped on Friday, September 6 in the Chicago area, Fightful noted. 

The date switch also means AEW All Out and WWE Bash in Berlin will not air on the same weekend. Bash in Berlin is scheduled to air on Saturday, August 31 from the Uber Arena in Germany's capital city. 

Tickets have yet to go on sale for All Out 2024. AEW will announce ticket information in the coming weeks. 

Updated AEW PPV schedule for 2024:

  • Double or Nothing - Sunday, May 26 - MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Forbidden Door - Sunday, June 30 - UBS Arena in Elmont, New York
  • All In - Sunday, August 25 - Wembley Stadium in London, England
  • All Out - Saturday, September 7 - NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois 
  • WrestleDream - Saturday, October 12 - Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington
  • Full Gear - Saturday, November 23 - Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey 
  • Worlds End - Saturday, December 28 - Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida 

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