TNA is set to take their annual pay-per-view extravaganza to a fresh location.

For the third time in its history, TNA Slammiversary is venturing beyond the U.S. borders, this time making its debut in a new city.

Revealed during Saturday’s Rebellion event, the 20th edition of Slammiversary will unfold in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, hosted at the 4100-seat Verdun Auditorium on Saturday, July 20th. Following this grand event, TNA will continue the excitement with a TV taping at the same venue on the subsequent day.

Stay tuned for ticket details, soon to be announced.


This marks a significant move for TNA, having previously showcased Slammiversary events in Canada, notably in 2018 (Toronto) and 2023 (Windsor).

Here’s a glimpse of TNA’s upcoming schedule leading up to July:

  • Sunday, April 21st: TV taping in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Friday, May 3rd: Under Siege in Albany, New York (a TNA+ streaming special)
  • Saturday, May 4th: TV taping in Albany, New York
  • Saturday, May 18th: TV taping in Newport, Kentucky
  • Sunday, May 19th: TV taping in Newport, Kentucky
  • Friday, June 14th: Against All Odds in Chicago, Illinois (a TNA+ streaming special)
  • Saturday, June 15th: TV taping in Chicago, Illinois
  • Saturday, July 20th: Slammiversary in Montreal, Quebec, Canada (PPV)
  • Sunday, July 21st: TV taping in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

What are your thoughts on TNA’s decision to host Slammiversary in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for the first time? Are you excited about this fresh location for the annual pay-per-view extravaganza? Share your anticipation for the event and any predictions you have for what’s in store for TNA in the comments below!

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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