AEW will make its debut in Columbus, Ohio on Wednesday night. Fans in the Buckeye State have had their share of live AEW shows over the years. This will be their first stop in the home of The Ohio State University as the build to All Out continues.

Wednesday’s Dynamite taping goes down at the Schottenstein Center. The building is currently set up for a capacity of 6,303 fans. With one day before the event, there are still about 1,000 tickets that remain unsold.

According to WrestleTix on Patreon, AEW has moved 5,220 tickets for Wednesday’s show. While that is a strong crowd, it isn’t a sellout. Depending on the final day’s sales and walk-up numbers, it could get much closer to a full house.

“AEW Dynamite


Wed Aug 03 7:00 PM
Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH

Available Tickets => 1,083
Current Setup/Capacity => 6,303
Tickets Distributed => 5,220″

There are plenty of seats left for fans who decide they want to make a last-minute decision to attend. While most of the floor is sold out except for scattered singles (and more expensive secondary market options), there are numerous seating options available. It will be interesting to see if Tony Khan adds any surprises before the show to try and spark increased attendance.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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