AEW Announces New Collision Residency

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AEW’s home is Jacksonville, Florida but now the company is setting up camp for the summer in Arlington, Texas on the path to All In.

During the pandemic, AEW was forced off the road and held many events in Daily’s Place in Jacksonville in front of a very limited number of people. Thankfully, that didn’t last forever and the company has been back on the road since it was possible to be so but now for the first time since then Tony Khan’s promotion is setting up home elsewhere.

AEW has announced that the Path to All In Summer Series will take place at the Esports Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The series will see 5 editions of Collision as well as Ring of Honor’s Death Before Dishonor show taking place in the 2,500-capacity stadium.

The series will lead to All In which takes place once again at Wembley Stadium, London, England on the 25th of August.

AEW Collision Heading To Arlington For The Summer

A full press release announcing the residency reads:

May 16, 2024 – All Elite Wrestling and the City of Arlington today announced a historic partnership that will feature AEW hosting a summer series of events on the Path To All In from the world class Esports Stadium in Arlington beginning Saturday, July 20.

Esports Stadium Arlington is set to be a hub of cutting-edge wrestling action, hosting a multitude of AEW and Ring of Honor events throughout July and August. The lineup includes TNT’s AEW: Collision, Battle of the Belts and the highly anticipated ROH: Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view event on Friday, July 26.

The Path To All In dates at Esports Stadium Arlington are as follows. Additional Ring of Honor dates will be announced in the near future:

Saturday, July 20 – AEW: Collision
Friday, July 26 – ROH: Death Before Dishonor
Saturday, July 27 – AEW: Collision
Thursday, August 1 – AEW: Collision (Taped to air Saturday, August 3)
Saturday, August 10 – AEW: Collision
Saturday, August 17 – AEW: Collision

Tickets for the Path To All In summer series will go on sale Thursday, June 6 at 10 A.M. CT via and Fans interested in exclusive pre-sale opportunities can register to become an AEW Insider by visiting

Esports Stadium Arlington is the largest dedicated esports stadium in North America, making Arlington a global destination for competitive sporting and gaming events.

“We are thrilled to partner with the City of Arlington for AEW’s first-ever events at Esports Stadium. This AEW summer series will add to the rich legacy of major professional wrestling events held in the great state of Texas and serve as the ultimate springboard for AEW: All In London on August 25 at Wembley Stadium,” said AEW CEO, General Manager and Head of Creative Tony Khan. “This partnership would not have been possible without the tireless support of Matt Wilson, Justin Grimsley, the Arlington Sports Commission and City of Arlington teams and of course, our incredibly passionate fanbase throughout Texas.”

“We are honored to team with Tony Khan and All Elite Wrestling for this incredible opportunity,” said Arlington Sports Commission Executive Director Matt Wilson. “The ability to host TNT’s wildly popular AEW: Collision program is another milestone achievement to bring worldwide events to Arlington and shine a global weekly spotlight on our beautiful city.”