The tickets for AEW All Out show will go on sale at 12 PM EST on 14 June with 11,000 tickets being available for the event.
All Elite Wrestling Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes noted in the latest episode of Being The Elite, seen above, that the company is hoping to avoid ticketing issues for the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view.
Cody acknowledged that there have been issues with ticket sales for the previous AEW events, but he said things are different now as the promotion wants to make sure fans have all of the details they need ahead of time, to avoid any online issues and confusion. You can check the latest episode of ‘Being the Elite’ below.
Until now, only one match is announced for All Out which is the main event match between “Hangman” Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho to crown the first-ever AEW World Heavyweight Champion. Page won the Casino Battle Royal to get into the title match while Jericho defeated Omega to get the second spot.
All Out takes place on 31 August 2019 at the Sears Centre Arena near Chicago. For more information, news and updates on the All Out, please check this space.