AEW Announces Full 2024 Pay-Per-View Schedule

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AEW has released its full pay-per-view schedule.

Following Revolution back in March, there will be eight more All Elite pay-per-views in 2024.

As was the case in 2023 there will be just one week between All In at Wembley Stadium and All Out. The shows take place on August 25th and September 1st respectively.

The company will round out the year by heading to Orlando, Florida on December 28th for Worlds End.

Fans were also quick to notice that WrestleDream will take place at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. Given the arena has a capacity of just over 20,000 there’s been speculation it could host the final match of Bryan Danielson’s full-time career. The American Dragon hails from just down the road in Aberdeen, Washington.

From AEW:

AEW Announces Remaining Dates and Locations for 2024 Pay-Per-View Events
— New York, Illinois, Washington, New Jersey and Florida Added as Hosts of Upcoming AEW Pay-Per-Views —

April 11, 2024 – Following AEW’s biggest pay-per-view schedule in company history last year and the record-breaking success of the recent AEW: Revolution, AEW CEO, GM and Head of Creative Tony Khan today announced the remaining dates and locations for this year’s events. The full 2024 pay-per-view schedule includes:

• Sunday, April 21 – AEW: Dynasty at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis
• Sunday, May 26 – AEW: Double or Nothing at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas
• Sunday, June 30 – AEW: Forbidden Door at UBS Arena in Elmont, N.Y.
• Sunday, August 25 – AEW: All In London at Wembley Stadium in London, UK
• Sunday, September 1 – AEW: All Out at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill.
• Saturday, October 12 – AEW: WrestleDream at Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Wash.
• Saturday, November 23 – AEW: Full Gear at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
• Saturday, December 28 – AEW: World’s End at Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Fla.

Frustration Building Within AEW

On the April 10th episode of Dynamite, AEW aired footage of the backstage fight between CM Punk and Jack Perry at All In. While the decision to air the footage split fans on social media, it seems not everyone within AEW agreed with the move.

It’s been reported that multiple people within AEW are frustrated with the decision to show the footage. Those people feel the company should have ignored Punk’s recent criticism and moved on rather than dragging up the controversy once again.