AEW PPV Schedule 2022-2023 | List of AEW PPVs & Special Events

AEW PPV Schedule

This is a complete guide for the list of upcoming AEW PPVs, TNT specials, Dynamite, and Rampage special events for the year 2022-2023 and the PPV schedule in order with dates, location, and start time.

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Upcoming AEW PPV | Next AEW PPV

AEW Revolution 2022

AEW Revolution 2023

Date- March 5, 2023
Location- Chase Center, San Francisco, CA, US
Start Time- 7 PM ET

AEW double or nothing

AEW Double or Nothing 2023

Date- May 27/28, 2023(Expected)
Location- TBA
Start Time- 7 PM ET

AEW Revolution 2022

AEW All Out 2023

Date- September 2/3, 2023(Expected)
Location- TBA
Start Time- 7 PM ET

Upcoming Special Event

AEW Winter is coming 2021

AEW Dynamite Winter Is Coming

Date- December 14, 2022
Location- Curtis Culwell Center, Dallas, Texas
Start Time- 8 PM ET

AEW Dynamite Holiday Bash

AEW Dynamite Holiday Bash

Date- December 21, 2022
Location- Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas
Start Time- 8 PM ET

AEW Dynamite New Year Smash

AEW Dynamite NEW Year’s Smash

Date- December 28, 2022
Location- 1STBANK Center, Broomfield, Colorado
Start Time- 8 PM ET

AEW Battle of Belts 5

AEW Battle of the Belts V

Date- January 06, 2022
Location- Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, US
Start Time- 8 PM ET

Past Events

1AEW Battles of the Belts January 08, 2022Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte, NC
2AEW Dynamite Beach BreakJanuary 28, 2022Wolstein Center, Cleveland, Ohio
3AEW RevolutionMarch 6, 2022Addition Financial Arena, Orlando, FL, US
4AEW Dynamite AEW Dynamite St Partick Day SlamMarch 16, 2022Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX, US
5AEW Battle of the Belts IIApril 16, 2022Curtis Culwell Center, Dallas, TX, US
6AEW Double or NothingMay 29, 2022T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV, US
7AEW Road Rager 2022June 15, 2022Chaifetz Arena, St. Louis, MO, US
8AEW NJPW Forbidden DoorJune 26, 2022United Center, Chicago, IL, US
9AEW Blood & Guts 2022June 29, 2022Little Ceasers Arena, Detroit, MI, US
10AEW Fyter Fest Week 1July 13, 2022Enmarket Arena, Savannah, GA, US
11AEW Fyter Fest Week 2July 20, 2022Gas South Arena, Duluth, GA, US
12AEW Fight for the FallenJuly 27, 2022DCU Center, Worchester, MA, US
13 AEW Battle of Belts IIIAugust 06, 2022Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI, US
14AEW Dynamite Quake by the Lake 2022August 10, 2022Target Center, Minneapolis, MN, US
15AEW All Out 2022September 04, 2022Now Arena, Chicago, IL, US
16AEW Dynamite Grand SlamSeptember 21, 2022Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York, US
17AEW Rampage Grand SlamSeptember 23, 2022Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York, US
18AEW Battle of The BeltsOctober 07, 2022Entertainment & Sports Arena, Washington D.C., US
19AEW Full GearNovember 19, 2022Prudential Center, Newark, NJ, US

How Many PPVs Does AEW Hold in A Year?

AEW holds 4 big PPV shows every year. In the last two years, AEW held Double or Nothing PPV on Memorial Day weekend and All Out PPV on Labor Day weekend. Similarly, Revolution PPV has been held in the last week of February while Full Gear PPV has taken place in the middle of November. The same trend is expected to continue in the coming years.

AEW also holds other special events on AEW Dynamite like Fyter Fest, Fight for the Fallen, Winter is Coming, Beach Break, St. Patrick Day’s slam, Blood & Guts, Road Rager, and others. Usually, we get at least one Dynamite special show each month.

Starting from 2022, AEW will also present 4 TNT special shows on Saturday. The first event in that series is announced for January 8, 2021 name Battle of the Belts. It can be expected that we will get one TNT Saturday special every quarter between two PPVs.

AEW has also added a special PPV in partnership with NJPW in 2022 titled as “Forbidden Door.”


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