Tickets to AEW’s Labor Day weekend event, All Out, went on sale at 12 pm Eastern yesterday, and they were gone in 15 minutes.
When the tickets officially sold out, there were still over 65,000 people in the queue. That’s enough to fill the Sears Centre six times over. That’s also more than Soldier Field (home of the Chicago Bears) holds. It’s absolutely astounding to see this from AEW. A brand that has held two shows, and whose television show doesn’t start airing for another four months.
This marks the third consecutive sellout for All Elite Wrestling. With All In and Double or Nothing gaining interest among wrestling fans all over the world, All Out seemingly looks to top what they’ve already presented us with.
AEW’s All Out? Sold Out.
The card so far for All Out has the match to crown the first ever AEW World Champion between Chris Jericho and “Hangman” Page. Along with Kenny Omega will look to get revenge on Jon Moxley. That’s it. AEW’s All Out sold out in fifteen minutes off of TWO matches. One of which wasn’t even announced until hours before tickets went on sale. Not bad for a “t-shirt company”.
All Out will take place on August 31st in Chicago, Illinois. If you missed out on tickets and you want to be there for this historic event, there’s still hope. You can brave AEW’s Official Ticket Exchange page. Where for a significant price bump, you can purchase tickets from fans who might have changed their minds. Or, you can watch the stream from the comfort of your own home via B/R Live. Whichever you chose, if you’re a wrestling fan, you’re not going to watch to miss AEW’s All Out. It’s certain to have everyone talking once again.