AEW has been running their weekly television shows and PPV Events from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida with a limited capacity for several months now and it seems that AEW will be increasing their capacity at events and can even have the option to run at a full capacity if they choose to do so.
As previously reported, a huge announcement was recently made by the official Twitter account of Daily’s Place that they will be having a live concert on Friday, April 23rd featuring Machine Gun Kelly, with that concert running at full capacity.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, AEW has been having over two thousand people attend their events, and the company even had way more than that when they were still on the road, but all of that has changed ever since the pandemic started.
AEW has been making changes to their schedule in several cities that were supposed to host their events, and with cities such as Florida, Texas, and Las Vegas starting to open up where venues can hold events with full capacity, it has led to people wondering when AEW will have roadshows for Dynamite.
According to Dave Meltzer in a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the promotion has no specific plans for leaving Jacksonville, but they are starting to book tentative dates on the road for Wednesdays starting late summer or fall, but nothing has been made official yet.
Meltzer revealed as well that he feels the odds are good that AEW’s upcoming All Out PPV Event will be taking place at the Sears Center in Chicago, but that’s far from a done deal.