AEW All In Seating Capacity Revealed
AEW All In has been a hot seller with new information revealing just how many tickets would need to be sold to reach the capacity set by the company.
The AEW All In event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England. It’s the biggest show in AEW history by far in terms of crowd size since it’s a venue that could hold 90,000 fans. For wrestling events, it’s hard to get that many people at the show due to the stage setup and things like that.
Within the first week of pre-sales and the general sale, AEW All In reached over 60,000 tickets sold, which is a very impressive number.
It was noted by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that things have slowed down in terms of tickets sold. They noted that at this point there are “about 62,000 tickets sold for $7.9 million with three-and-a-half months until the show. The total number of tickets out right now is 65,854.”
The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer would go on to reveal that AEW has set a seating capacity limit that could rise if they continue to sell more tickets.
“Right now Wembley Stadium is set up for a capacity of 74,000. That would eliminate a certain number of seats due to the size of staging or seats with obstructed views. The size of the set and how many seats it would take out is to be determined.”
“If they hit 74,000, which would be at least possible and viable, they would open up more seats. If they get to that mark, at that point they could at least have a shot to break all verifiable records for paid attendance. They have no shot at equaling the two New Japan shows in North Korea in 1995.”
Before AEW gets to All In, they have major shows coming with the Double or Nothing pay-per-view on May 28th and AEW-NJPW Forbidden Door pay-per-view on June 25th as well.