Great news for fans of AEW! More seats are now available for AEW’s highly anticipated All In show at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

In a recent announcement on the “AEW Control Center” video, AEW official Tony Schiavone revealed the opening of new floor and lower bowl tickets. Changes in the production setup have allowed them to accommodate additional sections for the event.

With already over 65,000 tickets sold as of May 29, the demand for All In continues to grow. The event, which marks AEW’s first venture into the United Kingdom and Europe, is scheduled for August 27.

While ticket sales for All In have been impressive, details on how viewers at home can watch the event have yet to be announced. Tony Khan recently mentioned that he is still working on the broadcast arrangements for All In.


While All In continues to generate tremendous buzz, ticket sales for AEW’s upcoming Canadian tour have faced some challenges. Reports suggest difficulty in selling tickets for several Canadian dates, including early episodes of AEW Collision. For example, the Hamilton, Ontario date on June 28 reportedly had only 700 tickets sold as of yesterday, and sales in Regina and Calgary have been disappointing as well.

AEW will be working to address these challenges and ensure a fantastic experience for Canadian fans.

What are your thoughts on AEW’s decision to open up more seats for the All In show at Wembley Stadium? Leave a comment below.

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