AEW PPV Schedule 2024, List of AEW PPVs & Special Events


This is a complete guide for the list of upcoming AEW PPVs, TNT specials, Dynamite, and Rampage special events for the year 2024, and the PPV schedule in order with dates, locations, and start times.

AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door 3

AEW NJPW Forbidden Door
  • Date: June 30, 2024
  • Location: UBS Arena, Elmont, NY, US
  • Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV


AEW All in London
  • Date: August 25, 2024
  • Location: Wembley Stadium, London, UK
  • Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV


AEW All Out
  • Date: September 7, 2024
  • Location: NOW Arena, Hoffman Estates, IL, US
  • Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV


  • Date: October 12, 2024
  • Location: Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA, US
  • Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV


AEW full Gear Logo 2019
  • Date: November 23, 2024
  • Location: Prudential Center, Newark, NJ, US
  • Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV


AEW World End Poster
  • Date: December 28, 2024
  • Location: Addition Financial Arena, Orlando, FL, US
  • Time: 8:00 PM ET
  • Event Type: PPV

Past Events

January 10AEW Dynamite HomecomingDaily’s Place, Jacksonville, FL, US
January 13AEW Battle of the Belts 9Chartway Arena, Norfolk, VA, US
March 03AEW Revolution 2024Greensboro Collesium, Greensboro, NC, US
March 13AEW Dynamite: Big BusinessTD Garden, Boston, MA, US
April 13AEW Battle of Belts XTruist Arena, Highland Heights, KY, US
April 21AEW DynastyCharifetz Arena, St. Louis, MO, US
May 26AEW Double or NothingMGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV, US

How Many PPVs Does AEW Hold in A Year?

After holding just 4 big PPV shows every year, AEW has added more PPVs in the last two years. AEW held Double or Nothing in Memorial Day weekend, All Out PPV in Labor Day weekend, Revolution in first week of March and Full Gear in the middle of November.

AEW has also added a special PPV in partnership with NJPW in 2022 titled as “Forbidden Door.” AEW held the first All In event in August 2023 in London, UK. They have also announced 2024 All In to take place in London. With the expanding schedule, AEW also confirmed that WrestleDream and Worlds End events will also continue on a yearly basis.

AEW also holds other special Dynamite, Rampage and Collision episodes like Fyter Fest, Fight for the Fallen, Winter is Coming, Beach Break, St. Patrick Day’s Slam, Blood & Guts, Road Rager, and others.

Starting from 2022, AEW also presents 4 TNT special shows on Friday or Saturday titled as Battle of the Belts, one in every quarter.

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      1. The bleacher report is so expensive. WWE has it one flat rate per month. It’s only $10.00. $60.00 for a pay per view is way to expensive. AEW does what WWE they will get more rating for ppv.

    1. Aew likes to go to the old school route to buy on ppv or the bleacher report app Aew is still a fairly new company to start their own streaming service but with the new Max app they should team with them and add their old shows and new shows on there if they were able to do that then just order the ppv’s on bleacher report, if the company last long I don’t expect them to put out a streaming service within 10 to 20 years, just not enough content to put one out yet, there is but isn’t at the same time if you include, every Dynamite, Rampage, Dark and Elevation shows but I wouldn’t personally get it till it has a fairly amount of content on the platform, if they were to make a streaming service it would make sense to link it with Max cause Time Warner is associated with Warner Bros.

    2. I don’t know aew and wwe are rivals so they need different steaming places I don’t know when are ppv stream but I know aew itself streams on hulu

  1. You know, back in the day even WWE pay-per-views were $60. Now I’m glad it comes at a cheaper price since WWE is 2nd fiddle to AEW. Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber were boring. Revolution was exciting the entire time.

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