AEW Confirms Date & Location For Double Or Nothing 2024

AEW Double Or Nothing 2023

AEW Double Or Nothing is returning to a familiar location as the sixth edition of the company’s first pay-per-view has been confirmed.

Double Or Nothing first took place in May 2019 and was headlined by Chris Jericho defeating Kenny Omega in the main event. What most fans remember, however, is the instant classic between Dustin and Cody Rhodes as the two brothers went to war. After the main event, Jon Moxley made his shock debut for the company kicking off his epic feud with Kenny Omega.

Now in 2024, Double Or Nothing is returning to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, May 26th. The night before, AEW Collision will also take place in the same venue.

AEW Announce Huge Las Vegas Double Header

A press release from AEW touting the event gives all the information fans will need for the huge event and details for the following week’s edition of Dynamite and Collision that will take place in California:

March 27, 2024 – Five years ago, AEW’s inaugural DOUBLE OR NOTHING pay-per-view event in Las Vegas revolutionized the professional wrestling industry, and propelled AEW on its meteoric rise around the world. Today, AEW CEO Tony Khan announced that Las Vegas will once again host the marquee DOUBLE OR NOTHING event on Sunday, May 26, live from MGM Grand Garden Arena.

As part of DOUBLE OR NOTHING weekend, TNT’s “AEW: Collision” will also be held at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday, May 25. In addition, TBS’ “AEW: Dynamite” will emanate from the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 29, followed by a special taping of “AEW: Collision” on Thursday, May 30, at Acrisure Arena in Palm Springs, Calif.

Tickets for the upcoming Las Vegas and Los Angeles events go on sale this Saturday, March 30, via, and On sale information for “AEW: Collision” in Palm Springs will be announced soon. Fans interested in exclusive presale opportunities can register to become an AEW Insider by visiting

Before Double Or Nothing, AEW presents its newest pay-per-view concept, Dynasty, on April 21st. Already confirmed for that event is Will Ospreay competing in a huge dream match that seemed impossible just a few short years ago.