WrestleMania tickets will go on sale on Friday, March 19th at 10 am ET, with tickets available for both nights of the two-night spectacular.
Tickets were scheduled to be on sale already but that release was postponed. That delay came just hours after Dana White announced that UFC will run a show in Florida in April at full capacity. Recent reports suggested that WWE would be aiming for 45,000 fans per night at the Raymond James Stadium.
The show had originally been scheduled as WrestleMania Hollywood, taking place at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on March 28th – but the switch to Florida, which was reported by Inside The Ropes in October, was confirmed on January 16th by WWE. Much like last year’s Show of Shows, this year’s event was confirmed as a two-night spectacle, with the return of fans confirmed as the event was dubbed WrestleMania: Back In Business.
#WrestleMania is back in business, and tickets to the two-night event will now go on sale this Friday, March 19 starting at 10 AM ET with an exclusive #WrestleMania presale starting tomorrow, March 18 at 10 AM ET pic.twitter.com/Ms0dncRUoE
— WWE Public Relations (@WWEPR) March 17, 2021
The presale begins Thursday, March 18th
WWE confirmed the new on-sale date for tickets with a Tweet. The post also confirmed a pre-sale for tickets that will begin on Thursday, 18th of March at 10 am ET.
Raymond James Stadium has an expandable capacity of 75,000. WWE will aim to fill over half of that stadium on both Saturday and Sunday of WrestleMania. The site was the home of the 2021 Super Bowl which had an official attendance of 24,835 fans.
Four matches are so far advertised for the event. 2021 men’s Royal Rumble winner Edge will challenge Roman Reigns or Daniel Bryan for the WWE Universal Championship. Drew McIntyre will have a chance to reclaim the WWE Championship as he challenges Bobby Lashley. The New Day will defend their newly won Raw Tag Team Titles against AJ Styles and the giant Omos. Bianca Belair, the winner of the women’s Royal Rumble has challenged Sasha Banks for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Stay tuned to Inside The Ropes for the latest developments on the always-exciting road to WrestleMania.