All Elite Wrestling has announced its first-ever non-televised house show event to be held at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida.
So far, all AEW events have been televised in some capacity. The company runs tapings for their weekly Dynamite show in addition to taping matches for AEW: Dark and the new, AEW Dark: Elevation. AEW also runs quarterly pay-per-view events with AEW Double Or Nothing scheduled for May.
In an announcement on Twitter, AEW provided details for two shows that fans can now purchase tickets for. The first is a live AEW Dynamite that will take place on Wednesday, April 7th. The second is the non-televised house show that will take place on Friday, April 9th.
The full tweet from All Elite Wrestling read:
“TWO @AEWEvents for $40 (plus fees)!! Wed, April 7 LIVE #AEWDynamite & Fri, April 9 AEW’s 1st ever non-televised event! Just $20 per show, Combo Tix go on sale THIS FRIDAY at 9am Eastern & can only be purchased by calling 904-633-2000 or email Ticketing@BoldEventsJax.com”
TWO @AEW Events for $40 (plus fees)!!
Wed, April 7 LIVE #AEWDynamite & Fri, April 9 AEW's 1st ever non-televised event! Just $20 per show, Combo Tix go on sale THIS FRIDAY at 9am Eastern & can only be purchased by calling 904-633-2000 or email Ticketing@BoldEventsJax.com pic.twitter.com/yFvO2jvuI2
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) March 25, 2021
It remains to be seen if house shows are to be a part of AEW’s regular touring schedule once fans are more easily able to fill arenas again.
The Friday show takes place one day before WWE’s biggest show of the year, WrestleMania. That event emanates this year from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
No matches have so far been announced for the Friday event. This week’s edition of AEW Dynamite saw Darby Allin defend his TNT Championship against Dark Order’s John Silver. Dr. Britt Baker had a few choice words following her Lights Out Unsanctioned match with Thunder Rosa. WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley even took to social media to respond to Baker’s comments.