WWE has recently moved to the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida where the deal with the arena means that fans will not be allowed to be in attendance until at least October.
AEW on the other hand sent out a press release earlier today that confirms that fans will be allowed back into their tapings for open-air shows in Jacksonville, Florida.
The press release confirmed that tickets will be on sale for the shows and that all COVID-19 safety protocols would still be in place.
The report also confirmed that future shows and episodes of Dynamite would allow up to 15 percent of audience members to be in attendance which is in line with CDC guidelines.
“Starting Thursday, Aug. 27, Live Open-Air Shows in Jacksonville, Fla., Open to Limited, Physically Distanced Spectators in Compliance with State and Local Regulations and CDC Guidelines”
“All Elite Wrestling (AEW) announced it will host limited, ticketed crowds of 10-15 percent capacity for its live shows at the open-air Daily’s Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, Fla., starting on Thursday, Aug. 27.”
“To safely bring back the energy of a live audience to AEW’s shows — in compliance with state and local regulations and CDC guidelines — a select number of physically distanced seating pods will be available for sale in groups of two, three, four and six around the outdoor venue.”
“For the first ticketed show on Aug. 27, a maximum crowd of 10 percent capacity will be permitted. Going forward, as long as safety protocols are followed meticulously, a maximum crowd of 15 percent capacity will be permitted for all live events at Daily’s Place.”
A limited amount of tickets for the August 27th episode of Dynamite will go on sale tomorrow morning and will reportedly start at just $30.