AEW is holding their biggest show ever in terms of attendance. Arthur Ashe Stadium will also soon host its first live pro wrestling event. We will have to see how the event turns out, but over 18,000 fans have a ticket to the show already.

Bryan Danielson will take on Kenny Omega in a non-title match on that show. The event will also include a special two-hour episode of Rampage that will include CM Punk’s television return after 7 years of not wrestling televised matches.

According to WrestleTix, 18,424 tickets have been sold for AEW Grand Slam so far. That leaves just over 1,000 tickets available for the show.

1,004 Estimated Capacity => 19,428


Tickets Distributed => 18,424 (95%)

AEW released several more batches of tickets throughout the last several weeks. The demand was there as fans continued snatching up every seat they could. The current get-in price for the show is around $55.

We will have to see if AEW breaks the 19,000 seat cap for their event. This is already the largest event in company history and Arthur Ashe Stadium will be packed of people all abiding by New York City’s COVID-19 mandates.

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