AEW produces its shows from Jacksonville, Florida. The state has recently charged into phase 3 of reopening, allowing for more people at live events. Despite the change, Tony Khan has decided to take it slow for the safety of fans and the wrestlers. They are not trying to fill up the entire Daily’s Place venue.
Tickets for AEW Full Gear went on sale on October 30th. All Elite Wrestling is giving themselves nine days to sell all of the available tickets. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that AEW is selling 925 tickets for Full Gear.
This is the most so far for the company during the pandemic wrestling era. The company is also opening up the 300 section of the amphitheater. This means fans will be in a new section of Daily’s Place, along with the areas they already opened.
AEW doesn’t want fans to get too close to the ring. Those individuals at ringside passed AEW’s tests to be in their bubble. The thought is to keep fans far enough away so they can’t spread COVID-19, even if they have it.