AEW is very lucky to have Daily’s Place. The amphitheater is owned by the City of Jacksonville, but All Elite Wrestling has called it their home since the pandemic started. It’s hard to imagine what AEW would have done without that open air venue.
AEW’s last live event prior to the pandemic was on Wednesday, March 11th in Salt Lake City, Utah. Everything changed that week and AEW isn’t altering their plans right now.
The company is now selling AEW Dynamite season passes for fans. This will offer tickets at a discounted rate. Those tickets range from the September 23rd taping date to November 3rd. Season passes are $175 for seven shows.
Join us this Fall with the “Dynamite Seven” Season Pass for upcoming #AEW televised live events in Sep, Oct, Nov at @dailysplace in Jacksonville, FL, beginning with the 9/23 show. Seven events for a total of $175 (plus fees)
AEW is maintaining 10-15% occupancy in the 5,500 seat venue. They did have to record a few weeks in Norcross, Georgia, but Daily’s Place has been AEW’s consistent home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
They will be taping seven events between now and November 3rd, but the company is planning to tape multiple episodes in one day during certain weeks.