AEW have announced that All Out will be coming to the NOW Arena in Chicago on September 4th.
The first AEW All Out pay-per-view was held on August 31st 2019 and was headlined by Chris Jericho’s clash with Hangman Adam Page. With victory, Jericho became the first ever AEW World Champion.
After the event headed back to Jacksonville, Florida due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, it returned to Illinois in 2021, taking place at the NOW Arena. It has been announced on the spectacular will be staying at the arena in Hoffman Estates.
On the July 13th edition of Dynamite, it was confirmed that AEW will be spending all week at the arena in the lead up to the show. Dynamite will be broadcast live on August 31st, Rampage will follow two days later on September 2nd, with the showpiece event scheduled for September 4th.
“It’s a week long event like no other. It unites wrestling fans from around the world. Will you be there for AEW All Out, all week long? Witness all of the power of Dynamite. All of the electricity of Rampage and all the spectacle of All Out. All Elite Wrestling presents All Out all week long from the NOW Arena.”
#AEWAllOut all week long from the @NOW_Arena
Wed, 8/31 – #AEWDynamite LIVE on @TBSNetwork
Fri, 9/2 – #AEWRampage LIVE on @tntdrama
Sun 9/4 – #AEWAllOut LIVE on PPV
Tickets for all 3 Go On-Sale THIS FRIDAY at 10AM CT – https://t.co/UN1cNj1kQq & https://t.co/Y4EcTO5v4ipic.twitter.com/AjFmVO2j2P
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) July 14, 2022
The 2021 edition of the event played host to the long-awaited in-ring return of CM Punk, who defeated Darby Allin. Meanwhile, in the main event, Kenny Omega saw off Christian Cage as he retained his AEW World Championship.