AEW President and CEO Tony Khan recently appeared on Sirius XM’s Busted Open Radio and noted that the company’s 2021 Double Or Nothing PPV set to take place on Sunday, May 30 from inside Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida will run with a full 100% capacity crowd in attendance.
It was also mentioned that there will be a house show the Friday prior to the event and a fan fest on the Saturday prior to Double Or Nothing, which is why AEW will be having Double Or Nothing take place on Sunday. All Elite Wrestling held its first house last month during WrestleMania weekend, which was also on a Friday night.
The outdoor amphitheater at Daily’s Place holds up to 5,500 fans in attendance, which is where singer Machine Gun Kelly also had his concert in front of a full capacity crowd. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year, AEW has been running shows at Daily’s Place at a limited capacity and over time, the company’s capacity for allowing fans at shows has increased. Tickets for the Double Or Nothing PPV is set to be announced soon.
You can check out the related tweets below:
“I expect to be at full capacity, outdoors, for Double or Nothing based on what a lot of other sports have done.”@TonyKhan discusses bringing the fans back in attendance & plans for @AEW #DOUBLEORNOTHING that include #BustedOpen ?@davidlagreca1 @THETOMMYDREAMER #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/NuYdw03203— SiriusXM Busted Open (@BustedOpenRadio) May 5, 2021
TK also said that they will have a live show on Friday and a fan fest on Saturday.— BRICK (@BrickZahn) May 5, 2021
Tony Khan confirms that Double Or Nothing will be held in front of a full capacity crowd.— EliteAEW®️ (@EIiteAEW) May 5, 2021
Holy shit. We’re back.#AEW pic.twitter.com/7oTAs0d6w5