On Friday, August 20th, All Elite Wrestling will be heading to the United Center in Chicago for their First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage, which could potentially be one of the promotion’s biggest shows in history as it has been rumored and speculated that pro wrestling star CM Punk could make his AEW debut on the show.
Pre-sale tickets for the First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage went on sale on Friday, July 30th at 11AM ET and the tickets went by really fast that AEW reportedly sold more than 12,000 tickets, and that made it easier for tickets to sell out during the official sale to the general public on Monday, August 2 as according to WrestleTix tickets for the First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage at the United Center in Chicago sold out within 5 minutes.
Since AEW quickly sold out tickets for the First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage during the pre-sale and the general sale, the company has decided to release 532 more tickets, so that the fans have an opportunity to watch their favorite AEW Stars live and in person.
The First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage will be the second episode of the show following their debut episode on Friday, August 13th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As of this writing, the company has yet to comment on selling out the United Center.
You can check out the tweets below:
After going through the second by second numbers as sections were being opened up, AEW sold more than 10,000 tickets today so far for the The First Dance at the United Center.— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) July 30, 2021
286 seats remain of the current allotment.https://t.co/yRCOtL75Yu pic.twitter.com/FenirIfw0H
AEW Rampage @ United Center:— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) August 2, 2021
An early screenshot of the General Public onsale. First count I grabbed was 1,020. Mostly 200 section seats made available.
In 5 minutes they are all gone (some could re-emerge if someone doesn't complete transaction).
SOLD OUT. pic.twitter.com/NVUTVh2iIj
AEW Rampage: The First Dance update— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) August 9, 2021
Fri • Aug 20 • 7:00 PM
United Center, Chicago, IL
New seats have emerged. 532 tickets are now available (last count was 19, all Official Platinum). Seats in 114 and the hard cam sections (111,112, 217, 218) are available. $25 – $70. pic.twitter.com/RzFBBSy13u